A magical being a Tooth Fairy, unique unlike the
rest. Wears a sparkling tutu, not a green leprechaun
vest. She takes each tooth as quiet as a sleuth, she
goes through the window, not the chimney or the
roof. She leaves a coin under the pillow. Then takes
flight as the wind billows. Up, up she soars up past
the trees. She feels free as a bird gliding on the breeze.
With all the pollen in the air let’s hope she doesn’t
sneeze! Up there in the air, she flies to and fro, the
higher she climbs it starts to snow. High in the snow
capped mountain tops, she flies to the peak and stops.
She stops to rest and take in the view. She flies
the same route every night that turns to morning,
everything is new! Children all over are rolling over,
and finding that overnight, the Tooth Fairy
included their house on her trip of flight.
This beautiful, creative, funny poem was written by Addison R,
a 7th grade student at Amherst Middle School.
She was inspired by my book, What Does the Tooth Fairy Do with Our Teeth?