Ode to severe halitosis – A poem


Bad breath doesn’t get enough love, so I decided to write a poem about it.

 

Ode to severe halitosis

Your tongue is one big boil

Like meat gone to spoil

Blacker than soil

 

Your teeth are green

With a shiny purple sheen

They’re anti-clean

 

Your breath is like wet dog

With just a hint of hog

Thicker than smog

 

Your mouth is unique

And dare I say chic?

So show off that reek!

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2 thoughts on “Ode to severe halitosis – A poem

  1. I could never give bad breath any sort of love. Cardos to you Car, for being so sensitive and thoughtful to all things gross and disgustingful, when the rest of us only pay homage to all things bright and beautiful.

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