Reading this piece, long on rhetoric, short on substance and reason, made me think of wispy clouds and how Heather Mallick’s words are like them. Or they could be like cumulus clouds, puffier, taking up even more space whilst lacking similarly in weight:
Abortion rights across Canada are like computer-generated word clouds, or to use a more old-fashioned analogy, ordinary sky clouds. Abortion availability is good and prominent in bigger cities in bigger provinces, wispy in small towns and the more backward provinces like New Brunswick. And in P.E.I., as always, it’s a heartless and empty sky.