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Rated: E · Poetry · Children's · #907468
A poem about a loose tooth
Liza Has A Loose Tooth


Liza has a loose tooth,
she can wiggle it with her tongue.
It shimmies and it sways,
as she begins to run and play,
with all her friends beneath a warming sun.

Liza and her best friend,
were running north and south
"Look out!" she said
as they bumped heads
and her tooth jumped from her mouth.

Liza had a tooth loose,
now there’s nothing but a hole.
She covers up her smile
and hides it all the while
her teacher takes the roll.

Liza used to whistle,
she used to make such noise.
Now with her gap,
she can’t do that,
but can spit further than the boys.


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