Clouds

What starts as a white cloud suddenly turns grey/

 

As the moisture begins to build the cloud turns black within a few days/

 

But yet this cloud, like no other, is a bit stubborn/

 

Instead of releasing the built pressure the cloud keeps thickening as the days go on/

 

The pressure builds and stalls and builds and stalls/

 

Teasing the ground under, waiting for the cloud’s pride to fall/

 

At a point it seemed inevitable as suddenly a mass pressure arrived/

 

Yet somehow someway, the darkest of clouds keeps all of the rain inside/

 

The dark cloud just keeps getting darker wanting to become the white cloud again one day/

 

But to be on the verge of that white cloud again it must release that pressure in just one way/

 

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