Karma Comedian

Poem written by Noeyrocks on Thursday 6, December 2018

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A poem about Karma and irony

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I use to laugh at ironic things No punishment for the bad deeds The Bible says that good 10 fold The universe returns to us in gold That fairytales and nursery rhymes Exist to scare and keep us in line But on this day fate stepped in And karma it seems is a comedian A lesson weaved throughout every line Carefully crafted as a warning sign It was a day like any other As usual jumped in the shower Quickly washed and rinsed my hair Noticed too late that it was NAIR! Every luscious lock and strand Fell out completely in my hand What seems like a sick joke being played Or demented parts a malicious prank A plot unfolded my part the lead The lines straight from a horror scene Like laws of nature or earths gravity The rules we bend to suit our need Like a boomerang’s invisible path It seems to follow when it comes back Even the ocean and it’s changing tides Needs the moon’s persuasive side We are the keepers of what we seek And what we sow we indeed will reap The nightmare that we fear the most Comes back to haunt us like a ghost Like Peter Pan and Captain Hook Just a good story in a children’s book what if the earth gets bored of us And decides that we are entertainment those characters we read as kids Like Pinocchio or the 3 little pigs Sleeping beauty or the ogre Shrek You thought was funny as a sketch Brought to life would pose a threat Although to you this seems far fetched The truth Ive written has not been stretched I hope you read this and know as fact What you put out there will soon come back
   

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    "10" Generally, small numbers should be spelled out unless in direct title or quote
    "Earth's" Planet capitalized; dirt not
    "it’s" should be "its"
    "I've"
    Pretty good rendering of a funny incident, although I was expecting to learn what foul deed the narrator had done (presumably involving someone else's hair) to deserve Karma's payback. A little punctuation would help. Write on.
    I agree with Alex. Some punctuation would help a great deal with timing and pace.