Herbert George Jenkins

The Rain-Girl

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The Rain-Girl (1919) by Herbert George Jenkins is a romantic novel about a World War I veteran. After returning from the war, Richard Beresford cannot find his place in society any more. He is not interested in family, work, leisure or pleasure: sells his belongings and starts wandering. During these wanderings he meets a kindred spirit: the mysterious but happy Rain-Girl. The below poem is dedicated to her: You who know will understand, You who see on either hand Tragedies that seem to say, "Light o' love," and "Lack-a-day." Spring but tarries for an hour, Summer sheds her golden shower, Then autumn with her amber horn, Gathers all ere winter's born. You who know will understand, You who see on either hand Tragedies that seem to say, "Light o' love," and "Lack-a-day."
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