Monday, 10 August 2020
Sentimental Verse: DENTAL FEELINGS
Several chemical forms, symptoms various —
Excess mercury: toxin nefarious.
Is it crucial or spurious
(Or even injurious)
To replace old amalgam post-carious?
This poem continues in a three-verse limerick format that we have named 'a brief saga'. You can follow the rest of the story about fluoridation of public water supplies, and also find you way to various other brief sagas, on the sister-blog 'Daily Illustrated Nonsense'; click HERE.
AND, HERE'S A LIST OF LINKS to collections of intriguing verses on other medical/dental topics that can now be found on posts including:
Patients and their Maladies (parts #1, #2 and #3)
and in 'brief sagas' including:
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Posted by Giorgio Coniglio at August 10, 2020