Why does the poet compare his loneliness to the clouds?

Why does the poet compare his loneliness to the clouds?

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    The poet compares himself to a cloud because just like the cloud is detached from the society and is wondering about in a state of loneliness. The poet is all by himself like the solitary cloud, wandering aimlessly and embracing both his freedom and loneliness like that of a cloud.

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