James Bredin

Rookie (1933 / Ennis Canada)

AVOID PROSECUTION... DEC 30TH,2012


AVOID PROSECUTION … DEC 30TH,2012
BY
JAMES BREDIN

Pedophile priests just want to avoid legal prosecution,
And no restitution, which is not part of our legal solution,
They are part of a hidden centuries-old Church conspiracy,
Established and built into the then rigid Church autocracy.




We need another Martin Luther to change sacred stuff around,
Arrest any and all pedophile priests that we have found,
This monster scandal is too big to disregard and forget,
Their apologies tend to make us even more upset.




So the pedophile-priest scandal has us climbing the walls,
As sanctimonious music in the background still calls,
We should try to avoid getting worked up about this scandal,
Avoid those with shiny vestments who tend to carry candles.

DEC 30TH,2012

Submitted: Sunday, December 30, 2012
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