Albatross \AL-buh-traws; AL-buh-tros\, noun:
1. Any of several large, web-footed sea birds of the family Diomedeidae that have the ability to remain aloft for long periods.
2. A seemingly inescapable moral or emotional burden, as of guilt or responsibility.
3. Something burdensome that impedes action or progress.
Cares, stress, and worries, give them a toss
Freedom's flight, is not by albatross
A Rhyme-a-day keeps wackness away.