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My Wibbly Wobbly Tooth
Author: Amy BananaHead

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My tooth is very wobbly
It goeth WIBBLE WOBBLE WOBBLE WIBBLE!
Daddy sayth to pull it out
And put it under my pillow.
He sayth I will get a nice suprise
But I like my wibbly wobbly tooth just the way it ith.
I play with it when i get bored.
It goeth WIBBLE WOBBLE WOBBLE WIBBLE!
And maketh me talk funny.
Daddy tricked me though
He said if it didnt come out soon I would swallow it
So I went to him and he tooked it out
It didnt hurt though.
So dont be scared if you got a wibbly wobbly tooth
Just get my daddy to take it out
Because he's got magic fingers
And a very kind voice
And he promises not to hurt you
Not even one little bit
Because he's my daddy
And he never breaks his promise.

------- Author's Notes -------

I put my tooth under my pillow and the tooth fairy gave me some money! daddy says that when i get old and all my teeth fall out the tooth fairy will give them all back to me so i can still eat my food. i dont talk funny no more withuot my tooth but i can fit my tongue through the gap now.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Terrie* (65.148.203.241) -- Sunday, October 17 2004, 02:57 am

Amy, hi Princess..

this is really cute i like it...yeap your daddy has the magic touch like alot of daddys do..so have you learned how to whistle when you talk?
cute really cute, thank you for sharing your wibbly wobbly sweet tooth and surprise...

HUGS/LOVE Always....
Clive (67.42.141.76) -- Sunday, October 17 2004, 06:13 am

Tanlented AMY

Amy you are so clever with the word you write,
This is a very special poem and I liked it a lot.
Thank you for sharing it with us.
Amy (82.35.77.233) -- Sunday, October 17 2004, 01:44 pm

Miss Terrie

Hi Miss Terrie. i can't wistle when i talk but everyone keeps asking me to smile so they can see the gap and they smile and say its cute. daddy says my tooth will grow back soon and it will be bigger then the other ones. but how will it fit into the gap if its bigger?
Love Amy
Amy (82.35.77.233) -- Sunday, October 17 2004, 01:45 pm

Mr Clive

Hello Mr Clive. Thank you for reading my poem. i'm happy you liked it.
Love Amy
Terrie* (65.148.214.206) -- Sunday, October 17 2004, 06:14 pm

Amy, the love in your heart is so huge...

for a tiny life your heart too is bigger than life...your new tooth will fit The same way that your LOVE fits in your HEART.....as they both are fitted into your soul...

princess your poems make me smile...
(Daddy BananaHead, you have one special talented girl there...thank you for allowing her to be our friend..)
joyce ivy (68.222.112.72) -- Sunday, October 17 2004, 07:05 pm

Amy your poems are so sweet

love your poem..sweet little Amy...good job..
Clive (67.42.132.212) -- Monday, October 18 2004, 12:24 am

Are you from ENGLAND

Hello Amy I heard you are from England, so am I too
Meri (172.161.27.11) -- Monday, October 18 2004, 11:06 pm

speaking of teeth

Hey Amy! You know, you made me think of the time when I was younger, and I lost quite a few teeth on the left side of my mouth, during the 3rd and 4th grades. I even have two class pictures with my teeth missing. I guess they went on a little vacation or something, and their relatives appeared in their place! I got some teeth Amy! YEA BABY! Great poem about your teeth getting lose! Very familiar stuff! Good job Amy!

Smiley face,
Meri
Jenny (209.214.150.146) -- Thursday, October 21 2004, 04:35 pm

Cute

Amy you are a very talented young lady....
Amy (137.73.86.111) -- Tuesday, November 2 2004, 12:42 am

Miss Jenny

Hello Miss Jenny. Thank you for reading my poem.
Love amy
 
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