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The lack of punctuation adds to the experience of a poem because it really shows the flow of the meaning of the message the poem's trying to evoke and captures the reader's attention too. However, despite the constant punctuation in this poem is actually very fascinating because it really shows the single mindedness of the people in the storm. With or without punctuation, this poem's fine all the same.
You really evoke the tone of a one track mind, the overwhelming shock over how much apathy the people in the rainstorm show to the world around them. They're so obsessed with getting home that they don't stop to look at what's happening, like how "There are small, little kittens on the curbside". Deeply emotional and shaking.
Hello Pavlo Korol, it's your friendly neighborhood Senior Peer Reviewer and I very much enjoyed reviewing this piece of yours. I found it to be insightful and personally moving too because we're often in such a rush in the rain, we often take so much for granted. While there are some things in need of improvement, it's still a really good piece. Nice work!