Too Much To Bear

She watched the sunlight as it peeked through the branches of the trees above her, the leafy prisms reflecting hues of olive and sage and emerald greens. Tilting her head to the side, she squinted her eyes and peeked through her eyelashes. The ants appeared almost gigantesque from that angle, their darting and scurrying grossly magnified. Lost in thought she pondered the purpose of the humble ant. Did he too have dreams and beliefs? A family to return to? Hopes and desires, wishes and wants? Was he also frightened by the magnitude of the world around him? They say that an ant can carry immense weights as compared to his mass, yet there exists no literature on when exactly the load becomes too much for him to bear.  
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