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  • Max Eidinoff

A Tooth for a Tooth is a Tooth

Justification is superfluous.

A tooth for a tooth is a tooth.

Removed cavities are replaced

with ease by the dentist, but it

is soul-wrenching for the patient.

Agonizing pain shoots through

numb nerves at the removal of


the process is necessary

they say.

But the pain remains.

A tooth is a tooth.

A tooth for a tooth is still a tooth.

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