David Darbyshire

Rookie (6/11/54 / Darwen England)

The Dentist - Poem by David Darbyshire

In the room were I was Waiting
Were a lot of people Hesitating
In there faces was a lot of Despair
To get up and go sit in he Chair

One had a lose Tooth
They were better in his Youth
The other had a sore Gum
From drinking a lot of Rum

Head back, Mouth open Wide
Lets have a look Inside
Well well well, I can Tell
That you brush your teeth Everyday
And that's the way it should Stay
That will be 50 Euros
Smile and have a Nice Day


Comments about The Dentist by David Darbyshire

  • (3/12/2006 3:28:00 AM)


    Very funny and also a profound statement.Love Duncan (Report) Reply

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  • (12/6/2005 12:09:00 PM)


    what a topic for a poem!
    what courage!
    but these fellows are one step
    from that wily one who seeks all souls
    good luck on your next visit
    and may it be a merry one
    giving to you all you desire
    keep up the good work
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 6, 2005



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