Braces Haiku Contest

poems about braces

Entry #10

From Gerry in South Africa:

(note: Gerry sent a slew of poems and I picked two for the contest. You can read the rest of Gerry's poems on November's Humor page).

My orthodontist
drives a shiny new sports car.
My misery pays for it


Can't kiss with skew teeth.
Girlfriend makes me wear headgear.
Can't kiss with sore mouth.

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