I like the idea for this poem. It
almost reminds me a little of the Billy
Joel song that goes "You may be right, I may be crazy, but
it just may be a lunatic you're looking for."
I would try it a couple of different ways. In comedy,
timing is everything. Perhaps a stronger more driving rhythm would bring the humor out more.
I like the rhyme scheme of line one and four ending in a rhyme, but for me the rhyming words being of different lengths may dilute the power of the rhyme a little.
(TV and strategy, they rhyme but TV is short quick word, strategy has three well demarcated syllables. The same goes for therapy and be, and tragedy and me.) They rhyme, but they almost rhyme on different parts of the word which masks the rhyme somewhat.)
I would try it with a few fewer words in some lines.
Stanza one, line three, has enough words to stretch it out to four beats, so to speak, which contrasts with the three in most lines and impedes the flow a little.
The "But" in stanza two line three, and the "Now" in stanza three line three feel like they delay the downbeat to the second work of the line, which breaks up the rhythm a little as the other lines tend to come down right on word one. It might flow better without those words. The use of a single punctuation mark in the poem stands out a little.
Forgive my use of musical terms, (beat, and downbeat,) but I was a musician long before I started writing poems.
You are on to something good here. Keep carving out of the alphabet and it will get better and better.