Onomatopoeia refers to a word that mimics the sound that it names. Onomatopoeia in nature would be words imitating sounds in nature.
As I gain the cove with pushing prow,
And quench its speed i' the slushy sand.
A tape at the pane, the quick sharp scratch
And blue spurt of a lighted match, - "Meeting at Night" by Robert Browning
Piddle-paddle, piddle-paddle, splash, splash, splash
Into the pool with a great big dash! - “Piddle-Paddle” by Jaymie Gerard
water plops into pond
warbling magpies in tree
trilling, melodic thrill - “Running Water” by Lee Emmett
A cacophonous cannonade of thunder,
doesn’t it make you wonder?
blasting buss of blunder,
pitter-patter rain, pouring under,
streets awash like tumult tundra,
lucid lightning flash,
clip-clop heels as people dash - “Storm” by William Thomas Dodd
The clean water in a brook flows "sara sara".
The scarce water in a brook flows "choro choro".
It is raining "shito shito" softly.
It is beginning raining "potsun potsun" softly.
It is raining "zaa zaa" strongly or "jaa jaa". - Japanese poem, Author unknown
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