I pay respects to Mrs. Claus,
The modest queen of Christmastide
And the north wind and arctic air.
Her role she never boasts, and yet,
The muse and glory of her spouse,
The great goodwill that Santa shares
Begins in her and in her house.
She never boasts the good she does,
And very few have known truth
That children all across the world
Prepare for her each new lost tooth.
For Mrs. Claus, she wears two hats;
And when those kids with little paws
Count up their coins, they know she came—
The "Tooth Fairy", or Mrs. Claus.
— The End —