Dentist - Poem by Sebastian Seal
I went to the dentist for a filling,
He charged me one whole shilling!
The dentist, he drilled,
A hole which he filled,
And said, 'That might work, God willing'.
Of his work I did observe,
'I won't pay, you hit a nerve! ',
He replied, 'You little nerd,
Your complaint is absurd,
Now pay up or a writ I'll serve! '
So I coughed up the shilling
In response to the billing,
but I told him to go packing
because my tooth is really knacking
due to his enthusiastic drilling.
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