You know, I never do know how to interpret your drawings. They're brilliant, all of them, but they all look so morbid and dark when you first look at them. That's you're style, though. Grotesque, twisting ink.
In this image, for example, I could say I see the darkness and corruption floating away from an old miserable body to join that of the rest of the overolluted and miserable world. The lightening of a soul. Beneath the dark clouds.
The issue there is that I also see blobs of thick ink-like liquid that I can only describe as sludge, falling from the 'sky' back to the Earth.
So I can't place any really meaning here, and I'm not sure there really even is, but the image certainly got me thinking~
one of my goals in drawing, is to make you think. by not assigning obvious or specific context or meaning, the viewer thinks about what they are looking at.
example: i could draw a modern man reading from the book of knowledge and shooting a poor child in the face. but that's way too obvious, and polarizing. so instead i might draw a grotesque slobbering king gorging himself on apples while being supported by slaves. it says the same thing, but leaves room for those who don't want to see the truth, to see something else. also, it requires some creativity from the viewer to see past its face value.
my process usually doesn't work that way. sometimes i like polarizing my art, other times, pieces like this just pop out with no intent. you give them meaning. so, i'm thrilled that it made you think! i could hope for no better result.