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What happens when a child looses a tooth
Tooth Fairy-(Rhyming) by magic dragon
 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: August 26, 2013      Views: 188

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"Fairy! Fairy! may I wish upon thee,
my tooth has come out of me,
mummy, please place tooth under my pillow,
I will lie in bed watching the window."

Or should it be my bedroom door?
I'm very excited to the core,
I am not sure which way,
tooth fairy will enter my room tonight.

Yawning, I try to keep my eyes
open, I let out a huge sigh,
slowly drifting off to sleep,
I try to have one more peep.

Bright and early, leaping out of bed,
raising the pillow above my head,
my eyes light up, because I see,
5 cent piece all for me.

"Mummy, I saw tooth fairy last night
in my dreams, I had her in my sight,
my tooth has now gone to fairy heaven,
and I'm only seven."

Children's Rhyming Poem writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write a poem for a child.
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