I found your poem at the Rebel Poetry Contest.
It's a dark poem, with a sense of bitterness or pain. The last stanza gives the impression that the poem is directed at a woman (I know, huge assumption, it could be a man!). Between the title and the words in the poem, it is evident that there are words that have wounded the narrator, presumably in anger. The words 'you pick a fight' suggest the words don't happen accidentally.
The poem rhymes, but otherwise appears to be free verse. Most of the rhymes works well, but I didn't feel like 'words' and 'curse' rhymed. It might be that my accent is different to yours, I get that a lot, but when I read it, those two didn't work.
I like the idea of clouds hovering denoting dark emotions and turmoil, but I didn't understand the word 'tenebrous' and I wonder how many of your other readers will know this word. Perhaps a more easily understandable word would better convey your meaning? Another one that I struggled with was 'cholers'. I've never come across that one before and it made me stop and try and figure out the meaning, disrupting the flow of the poem for me.
GRAMMAR AND SPELLING:
Shame and embarassed of the family name.
'Embarassed' should be spelled 'embarrassed' and I think instead of 'of' the family name, it should be 'by' the family name.
Customs prevail with you in absentia and I see no end.
To me this line says that things keep going despite her best efforts. Which...seems like a good thing? I feel like I'm missing something here, and I'm sure there's something I've misunderstood.
I can't tell?
This doesn't appear to be a question, so I think it would be better with a full stop rather than a question mark.
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT:
Stuck in rumination of the past that I still yearn
It's not clear here who is stuck in 'rumination of the past'. If the narrator is yearning for the past, it makes sense that the narrator is the one stuck ruminating, but it sounds more like the narrator is accusing the other person of doing the ruminating. Either way, it's not clear to me.
I'd take a bet- not one step you would climb
It's not clear what this means. Climb one step of what, to where? This doesn't seem to link to anything else in the poem. Of course, it may refer to something personal of which only you know, but I'm just telling you what I see as a reader.
missing the young version of you, way back
I have definitely felt this yearning for an earlier time and a younger version of a friend or family member. I think many will connect with this line.
I think the poem is a little confusing, but I also think that it wouldn't take very much at all to make it clearer. You can change a few words and easily unleash the potential.
Thank you for sharing this, and good luck in the contest!