Stated the cloud strong and loud,
"I have had enough!"
And with it let out a huff and a puff
Its straightening of shoulders precedes
A timid tremble that does no good but breeds
A loathing and fearful rumble
Making all cower and stupidly stumble
And with every pretentious huff and puff
I want to scream, "I, too, have had enough!"
But this cloud, it's too busy
Straightening its shoulders, puffing its chest
As it mulls its own weight over, doing its best
Only to soon meet its downfall in millions of raindrops
Leaving me alone to me and my thoughts.
I have had enough.