It Isn'T The Same Comma

Poem By James McLain you know) it(s
true all they said about you.
Every one stalks the comma.
Besides every one knows
milk shakes come in only one
flavor) it( others
well...are simple poor comma
imitations of you forget the
comma's they take to long.
So when you are out walking
alone remember something is
behind you..looking at your
commas...let's go fishing..) it(s
pure imagination and raining..
You know you just know...quit that..

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As someone who STILL agonises where to place the comma - I loved it, , , , , , , ,

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