If your car is parked across the street in front of your house, even if you were in a rush you would have to look both ways before you walk to it. Sometimes at night when it’s cool, the rain doesn’t fall but rather floats to the ground. It lightly finds its way down and becomes wet pavement. If you went to walk to your car and there happened to be a car driving by that you had to wait for, you would be able to see small drops of water hanging in the beams of the cars headlights. The drops would look like they were all dancing with each other. You would only be able to see them if you had to walk to your car, and it was night, and the rain fell like that, and you didn’t rush across the street to beat the car. You would only see it if you stopped to look both ways. If anyone asked you, you could tell them you had to wait for a car to pass and you saw the rain dancing.
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