A Painful Subject

A funny poem which exemplifies the pain pleasure principle of poetry (and dentistry).


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The Dentist's Chair

In the dentist's chair I lie
I am not brave I think I'll cry
He turns to me my tooth to fill
I start to sweat I hear the drill
I reach around and grab his crutch
I begin to squeeze but not too much
I move my gaze his eyes to view
If you hurt me then I'll hurt you

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