By Ava Klein
Two minutes. How long it takes a raindrop to fall. It splatters on car windows and glows red from surrounding stoplights. It collects in clusters and rolls down early morning grass. It runs down window panes on sticky summer days. It ruins plans, floods roads, and freezes over just to make you slip. It falls for 120 seconds just to splatter on pavement along with thousands of others. It’s nothing special. All raindrops are the same, right? They land in oceans full of tears, and make small drops in big ponds.
Then again, rain doesn’t fall forever.
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