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Poem in support of dental surgery

PUBLISHED: 12:32 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:35 06 July 2010

THEY are trying to close our dentist down,

Whatever shall we do?

It's the most professional in town;

I'd say the whole of Suffolk too!

You, who sits and wields the pen,

Who gives you the right to change the lives of so many children, women and men?

Are you one to cut the nose from off your face just to prove your point on this place?

I and so many other patients here fought a war for freedom,

From what I hear I see little of that freedom, here.

THEY are trying to close our dentist down,

Whatever shall we do?

It's the most professional in town;

I'd say the whole of Suffolk too!

You, who sits and wields the pen,

Who gives you the right to change the lives of so many children, women and men?

Are you one to cut the nose from off your face just to prove your point on this place?

I and so many other patients here fought a war for freedom,

From what I hear I see little of that freedom, here.

We all chose this dentistry it's a happy, caring place in which to be.

So for Pete's sake, use your common sense with sensibility and leave it as it be,

A professional dentistry.

Mrs SARAH ROBINSON

Lowestoft


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