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May the Rain Come

May the Rain Come

by Zimeta08
William Weasel returns home after seven years of war only to find his hometown deep in a drought, and his life eerily empty and devoid of meaning.


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May the Rain Come is rated PG-13 (for depictions of PTSD and scary moments).

Contact: zimeta08@hotmail.com

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524
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5 Years Ago
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May the Rain Come

William Weasel returns home after seven years of war only to find his hometown deep in a drought, and his life eerily empty and devoid of meaning.


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May the Rain Come is rated PG-13 (for depictions of PTSD and scary moments).

Contact: zimeta08@hotmail.com

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Just a thought
@Zimeta08: Arizona= Arid Zone
Zimeta08
December 9th, 2018
@Dovahquill: Awww, thank you so much for the thoughtful comment! I'm surprised and happy that people are still finding this comic.
Since you enjoyed it, feel free to recommend it to some friends! ^0^
Dovahquill
December 9th, 2018
Shalom
Greetings!

Your comic was phenomenal. I was browsing smackjeeves for some new web comics to read oh, and I was just proving them when I discovered yours. I only meant to read up to certain point, but then I noticed it was complete. I find a myriad of webcomics that are left on permanent Hiatus or incomplete or I'm waiting for the next update. So that was a treat in and of itself. I still meant only read part of it, but I was hooked. You did a wonderful job. Glazing over some of the other comments, I agree with the quality of writing and art in the comic. Very mature in a way that displays wisdom and not lewdness. Well I understand there the time and a place for everything under the sun, I enjoyed the wholesomeness of the comic.

Now, as I was reading the comic and subsequent comments, I remember reading the one about the furry fandom and anthro characters which are often portrayed there. While I consider myself a member of the fandom, I have run up against the complaints listed here as well as the problems they're about. While they're in no way the entire fandom, they are prevalent to be undeniably conspicuous. a good reminder, dare I say countermeasure, is the attitude and content of this comic.

It holds a kind of Innocence or at least wholesomeness that is undeniable. It speaks of joy and love and tragedy and pain and life. It brings to mind the word shalom. What I know of the term is that it refers to the idea of wholeness of well-being. That is an idea I see reflected here this comic. Something that's not common in our world today. Whether it's relegated as old-fashioned or unrealistic, I know that's something that everyone longs for. Good job.
Dovahquill
December 9th, 2018
Manners
My father raised my siblings and I with similar old style manners. I remember one things golden on the way to church because I forgot to hold the door open for my mom and sister.
Dovahquill
December 9th, 2018
Speechless
" I am speechless. I'm astounded and amazed." This is a song lyric that came to mind when I saw this page.
Dovahquill
December 9th, 2018
Pursuit
I love the comic. As I've read the last couple of pages, all I can think of is a poem by JRR Tolkien about Beren and Luthien...

Again she fled
But swift he came
Tinuviel, Tinuviel!
He called her by her elvish name.
There she halted listening.
Zimeta08
December 3rd, 2018
@brinmckinney: Thank you for taking the time to read it!
I just finished this and wanted to say how much I enjoyed it. Beautiful art and story, thank you for publishing it!
Zimeta08
November 12th, 2018
@Słowik : They can't talk either, but here we are.
@Zimeta08: But reptiles cannot move when they are in cold.
Zimeta08
September 5th, 2018
@HoneyThistle: He does need therapy, but that wasn't a common thing to admit to for a man in the '40s.
Zimeta08
September 2nd, 2018
@HoneyThistle: I'm not sure Will and her will ever go "all the way". Only if she ever showed interest.
Zimeta08
September 2nd, 2018
@HoneyThistle: Thanks! Maybe in the future there will be a sequel. Who knows!
PFFFAHAHAHAHA
....oh wow, just had flashbacks to my own wedding...I wanted to wait till we could afford a proper ceremony, but my mother wouldn't stop wailing about us 'living in sin', so we eloped in sweaters and blue jeans, cheap and quick! This made me smile and reminisce.
End?
I canNOT deal with these feels.

In spite of my reservations and criticisms, this is a VERY GOOD STORY. The artwork is amazing, the plot is emotionally evocative, and the characters feel real, flaws and all. I love it. Wish it were longer.
Poor Mrs Stoat
Surrounded by irrationality...
ARGH
This is so unbelievably unfair.
Are You Sure?
William, there's lightning accentuating those Crazy Eyes you've got going, you are yelling at your bae's mother, and you are clutching Sonia's ribbon like it's a life line. Are you SURE you're ok?
Dang it...
I'M NOT CRYING YOU'RE CRYING
Well.
Now I'm sniffling. This story has me so CONFLICTED!!! I love it.