A lamentful dental poem

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A lamentful dental poem

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A lamentful dental poem A lamentful dental poem

Poem by: Char Eel Ham

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Genre: Humor

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Summary

Why are there nerves in teeth? Why can't we shed them and grow new ones continuously throughout our lives, like sharks?

Summary

Why are there nerves in teeth? Why can't we shed them and grow new ones continuously throughout our lives, like sharks?

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Submitted: November 17, 2011

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Submitted: November 17, 2011

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Holy rollin' novocaine

my face, a carnival of pain.

oooh it's gone, oh not again....

manky tooth oh please refrain,

it hurts me every time i eat,

it makes real tears stream down my cheeks.

I want to pull the bugger out,

I cannot wait for two more weeks.

It wakes me up when i'm asleep.

It's there each time i try to chill,

i'm curling up, a crumpled heap

my face is fat

i look dead ill.

Oh evil tooth of misery,

embedded there

just taunting me,

when you are gone i will be free

to eat my nacho's happily.


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