Root Canal

Root Canal The inevitable is sometimes painful A tooth s life is never easy It puts up with multitudes of abuse From the acidic effects of the atrocious Pepsi to the sugary sweetness brought about by chocolate

  • Title: Root Canal
  • Author: Sharon C. Williams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The inevitable is sometimes painful.A tooth s life is never easy It puts up with multitudes of abuse From the acidic effects of the atrocious Pepsi, to the sugary sweetness brought about by chocolate, its pain knows no bounds.Immersed in darkness, it s rare for a tooth to see the light Living a solitary life, each day blends into the next without the hope of seeing someThe inevitable is sometimes painful.A tooth s life is never easy It puts up with multitudes of abuse From the acidic effects of the atrocious Pepsi, to the sugary sweetness brought about by chocolate, its pain knows no bounds.Immersed in darkness, it s rare for a tooth to see the light Living a solitary life, each day blends into the next without the hope of seeing something new Death and decay is a certainty many see on a day to day basis.Survival is the key to living a long, pain free life When that very option is threatened, it s the tooth s obligation to make his beloved caretaker see the light The hope of garnering a longer lifespan is a must, as is a trip to the dentist The question is, how can one measly tooth bring about a much needed change without causing any further pain in the process

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    1. A tooth's life is truly ordinary, and quite uneventful. The darkness that surrounds it is something it knows intimately. Rarely, will it see the light of day. Though it can hope to have its world turn out differently.In Root Canal, we join a tooth whom has lived its entire life surrounded by that darkness. Its life is the same, day in and day out. It shares space with others of its kind, along with a warm pink tongue, and a generous cheek to keep it cozy. In its mind, its living the high life. Y [...]

    2. At first glance, this seems like a rather silly concept for a story, but by golly, it works!This is the story of a tooth inside the mouth of a woman, who doesn't take care of her teeth very well. One day, the tooth begins to ache, and it (it's written in first-person, from the tooth's perspective) hopes against hope that its host will take it to the dentist, and also that it won't need to be taken out and thrown in the trash.There isn't really much point to the story, and it isn't obvious that i [...]

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