The "Rolling Rains" Literary Precedent: A Gift of the Scots

A Google on the phrase "Rolling Rains" will turn up these posts as well as many at Suite101.com where Rolling Rains edits the Travel and Disability section.

It will also lead you to this poem by Robert Burns, A Mauchline Wedding, rendered in contemporary English. See the first few lines for:

When Eighty-five was seven months auld

And wearing thro' the aught,

When rolling rains and Boreas bauld

Gied farmer-folks a faught;

So, if you encounter occassional bluster here, the concatenation of Rolling Rains and the North Wind's howl are not without literary precedent.

May Boreas Bauld be with you!

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