Hello, everyone….I wasn’t in a smooth writing mood so far yet I thought i should keep posting some nonfiction as part of continuity for my blog. I got a new word to share with you. It might be known for many. This can be related to one of the earlier word I had posted in my ‘Wordly Wednesday’ series… PETRICHOR

PLUVIOPHILE – is yet another new word for me. Like many others, I do love to watch raining and get wet in the rain once in a while. Continuous raining for many days is just common during the monsoon season in India. During those days, I would love to have few days off from work. Be idly spent at home, at cozy comfort with favorite books, slow music, warm food and coffee/tea. Just to observe the rain welcomed by the mother earth, washing away all the dust coated over the plants, surroundings becoming more greener, the breeze splattering water droplets over the faces, watching the tadpoles over the newly formed waterbeds, drowned paper boats. During my childhood, I used to wait for the rainy seasons. In my home village, new freshwater streams used to form just during the raining season, new tiny weeds used to sprout. I used to walk barefoot and plunge into as many ditches around my home as possible, collect those tiny weeds, wash them and offer to our cow.  And many more memories to add!!!
So how do you feel? Are you a PLUVIOPHILE????



About elaine ecosmith

Dreaming to be a marine conservation biologist. Hold passion for books and to write on random sparks which could result in essay, poetry or fiction. Love movies and music. I believe in finding peace with oneself and always have gratitude for all what you have got 😊☺️

45 responses to “Pluviophile

  1. Yes!! How wonderful to have a word for loving rain….<3

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  2. This is me!! Woah! Thanks Elaine for talking about rain 🙂

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  3. A

    I’m sure most of us are

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  4. PLUVIOPHILE . Yes I am. But when it is rain you sit/stand and watch. You dont read or drink tea. The feeling of atmosphere, the cold wind, sound of trees moving, falling of water, sound of cheeveed, makri…….. Normally in the evening rain starts. almost dark. i can see it my eyes. Do i see only Rain?

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  5. Ah..definitely i am..thanks for this new word dear

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  6. me, very much yes! thankx AK for an interesting new word!

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  7. Yes. I love the rain, and here in Oregon we get plenty at this time of year. 🙂

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  8. Wow Elaine wonderful had never ever heard such a word and felt it so beautiful with an apt picture too.


  9. Yes i am the one!!!!! 😉And yes that’s a new word for me too!!! Good to see u back in action

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