Story: People fear the darkness's rain
People fear the darkness's rain
The people fear the rain that comes at night – it had come and flooded Victoria West, which was situated in a ravine. They make a large (male) fire in an effort to disperse the rain-clouds that gather overhead.
1) See also Flood at Victoria West, 2) This story is found in Book VIII-23
24 November 1878 (told on or about)
rain (people fear the darkness's) , rain (which comes angrily) , rain (its clouds) , rain (dispersing its clouds) , rain (that comes at night is not 'nice') , rain (at Victoria West) , rain (its actions when angry) , rain (that thunders and 'lightens') , rain (a male fire is made to disperse or 'divide' it) , rain-clouds (dispersing) , rain-clouds (a fire made to disperse or divide) , rain-clouds (of the darkness's rain) , fire (a male one is made to disperse the rain) , fire (made by people who fear the darkness's rain) , thunder (and darkness's rain) , lightning (and darkness's rain) , place (Victoria West and the darkness's rain that flooded there)