My Catholic School Confusion~A Poem
Catholic School Poem
I pray for the nun that pulled on our ears
she filled us with guilt and preyed on our fears
I know she was lost in that day in age
she acted like a monster with deep-seated rage
You made us believe that Jesus was mad
I pity you sister, that thinking is sad
The powers that be left you lonely and small
and made you think working with kids was your call
We felt so afraid in the church pew at school
must fold our hands nicely and follow your rule
I won't let mistakes thwart or tarnish my view
the Lord is my savior and he forgives you
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