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The Tooth Fairy Tats 2000

I’ve been playing with some ideas for children’s poems and verses. Ironically I finished this one yesterday just before a large chunk of my tooth fell out.

I’m now nervously waiting for the dentist to tell me tomorrow if it can be saved – Oh well on the bright side, the tooth fairy may well be generous?


I’m a little bit worried

to tell you the truth,

last night I discovered

a wobbly tooth.


I wiggled it this way,

and wobbled it that,

it started to hurt,

my gum feels quite fat.


I then ate an apple,

and that did the trick,

out came my tooth,

it didn’t hurt a bit!


The hole felt enormous,

the size of a pea,

I looked in the mirror,

’twas the size of a flea.


Now that it’s out,

it’s not quite so scary,

so it’s under the pillow,

for the bedtime tooth-fairy.


© Wobbly Tooth 05.08.2013

by Alexandra Carr-Malcolm

The Tooth Fairy Tats 2000 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)