Jeremiad jer-i-my'ad, n (From Jeremiah, reputed author of the Book of Lamentations)
A lamentation or prolonged complaint; an angry or cautionary harangue. Poor Jeremiah! He writes one complaining letter to God, whines about the state of the world, gets it published in the most popular book of all time, and his name is forever attached to the concept of complaining and lamenting one's fate.
I wrote one--and I am curious to see what others would have to say to "god" if given the opportunity.