And you thought you had problems

Bebe Nicholson
Jul 18 · 1 min read
Photo by Mohamed Nohassi on Unsplash

Bad hair can mean a lot of things
To lots of different folks,
A terrible perm or windblown look,
The butt of many jokes.

Bad hair can make you wear a hat
Until you grow it out.
Bad hair can make you call in sick
Then stay in bed and pout.

Bad hair can be a cowlick
Or a rattail or a buzz,
Bad hair can be a bald spot
Covered with a thin, sparse fuzz.

Bad hair can make you cringe and cry,
But look at it this way —
You aren’t the man who hid his drugs
Beneath a bad toupee.

No Crime in Rhymin’

poetry that dares to be funny, edgy, irreverent

Bebe Nicholson

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Writer, editor, publisher, journalist, author, columnist, believer in enjoying my journey and helping other people enjoy theirs.

No Crime in Rhymin’

poetry that dares to be funny, edgy, irreverent

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