Tom wished he’d looked after his teeth
And not neglected to brush underneath
Too many times he’d forgotten
And now they were rotten
Oh, how Tom wished he’d looked after his teeth!
He used to be proud of his smile
His teeth were the whitest for miles
But now it’s not funny
That he’s ended up gummy
It really is cramping his style
When younger, Tom was so green
Unaware of the dangers unseen
He thought his teeth would stay white
Much to the ladies’ delight
Despite his poor dental hygiene!
Now, to smile makes him blush
Exposing his mouth full of mush
It makes him so sad
He mourns the teeth that he had
How deeply his pride has been crushed!
Tom wants to look for romance
But not whilst his teeth are so scant
Beyond his patch he won’t venture
Until he gets his new dentures
He fancies a set of implants!
poem by Judy E. Martin
photo sent to me by my friend Joey
Another brilliant poem by Judy! ‘ImPLANTS’ HaHaHa!!!
I love how Judy creates something so spot on in what seems like just a few seconds! What a talent!
Pop across to her site and find her poems – they are gems of humour and a wry look at life. Click here for one Judy wrote during our recent heat wave: ‘Hot summer Nights’
Joey grew the tomato and sent me the photo as she knows I see faces in almost anything. I knew I had to send this one on to Judy, just right for a Silly Saturday.
Have you grown any amusing vegetables this year?
Here’s to finding some more silliness to brighten up your Saturday.