A storm cloud resembling that of a waterlogged cotton ball may soon reveal itself to be a Sorrowool egg amidst a nest of many.
Sorrowool herds typically gather high above farmlands to quench thirsty crops during times of severe drought. Farmers blessed by the joyous tears of these sheep showers yield plentiful bounties come harvest season.
The Sorrowool is not mournful, but grateful. The all-encompassing beauty of nature is what moves the Sorrowool to tears and they share this appreciation with the lands below.