“…a particular form of Hebrew poetry. Laments are prayers that begin with a complaint, in which the world is being described as being disordered and God is to blame, but moves to an assertion of trust that God will save God’s People.” This was in my St. Mary’s Press College Study Bible.
What stands out to me is that they had a name for this type of poetry that followed this trajectory of thought. Further rooted in their faith system that would allow such a type of poetry to exist would be the belief that God is okay with that. They can say these things to Him and it’s okay. Like it says, they have to believe “…there is nothing that cannot be said to God.” I find that totally beautiful.