How would letters and characters behave if they were subjected to physical forces similar to those observed and experienced in the concrete world? Gogoame is a web-art experiment that makes letters and characters rain in a constant and dynamic flux. By doing so, it continues the tradition of literary experimentation seen in concrete and visual poetry, transposing verbal text to a simulated virtual environment in which textual spatialization contradicts linearity and becomes multilinear and non-hierarchical. Among the textual rain, words and phrases are being constantly formed. By contemplating the text rain, the website's visitor finds words that are briefly formed while the letters are falling; those words are recovered from a database that is composed of texts written by other visitors. If the visitor decides to become a writer, he can make his own texts rain, forming his words and phrases in the constant flux of the rain.