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Rain.

If walks in the rain after dark are a metaphor for grieving, then what metaphor is driving at freeway speeds on a dark road in the middle of a downpour that requires the wipers turned on fast, for about 40 miles, with frequent hydroplaning when you hit the stupid grooves worn into the road at 'wheel width', and with traffic around that doesn't think slowing down for pitch-dark rainy is necessary?

I metaphorically need to find out why my wheels have no effing traction on wet sloppy roads.