Where a raindrop struck the water, the splash was like a little crown.
Every raindrop on which there falls a ray of light reminds him of a diamond.
“Why is a raindrop―” began Norton Randolf, a newcomer in Chelton.
She laughed softly, and followed the zigzag course of the raindrop with her finger.
His whole being was swallowed up as a raindrop is swallowed in a cataract.
You know who I mean by the rosebud, and who the raindrop is?
With the raindrop the clue she had been seeking had come to her.
For, even while we watched him, he had disappeared into the face of the rock like a raindrop soaking into sand.
Not a tree quivered, not a raindrop slipped from a blade of grass, but Guy held out his arms to clasp his long-awaited Pauline.
You'll be a wild comet, yes, but I'll be a raindrop in a deep well, learning patience.