I was walking down the street, just tonight, and there were like, some rambling words sprayed on the wall. Proper weird, I thought. So I looked closer, and this was what it said. And it's kinda haunted me since.
I can make you, you,
And I can break you, true, too.
I can build, high, fly.
And I can destroy, flat. Fancy that.
I float as a bubble,
I can weigh as the very planet itself.
Don't bother to philosophise. I was there before philosophy.
Don't try to see the cat. I was definitely there before the cat was seen.
But if you could have me..
Wonder what it could be.....
Now the answer's been got, but not all the clues have, have some hints :)
Well, thought bubbles of course. Always depicted as cloudlike shapes, in comics. I'm surprised that wasn't got. :)
There's a specific phrase for this - having the weight of the world on ones shoulders.
Wrong cat? Have another guess. (Why does everyone assume that cats mean Schroedinger, anyhow!)
Remember Sylvester and Tweety-Pie? "I tought I taw a puddy-tat".
"I thought", and then, only afterwards, "I saw a cat".
Definite proof that the answer existed before the cat was seen!
And of.course, this answer would definitely be on Twitter... where else would you find Tweets :)