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Best Colm Sweeney Poems

Below are the all-time best Colm Sweeney poems as chosen by PoetrySoup members

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Nano Nagle

Sister Nano Nagle,
Always carried a bagel,
She fed to a rabbit,
Kept under her habit.

Copyright © Colm Sweeney | Year Posted 2013

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Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa of Calcutta,
Was a bit of a nutter,
She upset the slums, 
When playing the drums.

Copyright © Colm Sweeney | Year Posted 2013

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Sister Mary Ward

Sister Mary Ward
Prayed to the Lord,
"Let me leave this ghetto,
And set up Loreto."

Copyright © Colm Sweeney | Year Posted 2013

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Mother Teresa Ball

Mother Teresa Ball
Had no hair at all,
Under her wimple
Was one giant pimple.

Copyright © Colm Sweeney | Year Posted 2013

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Pope John xxiii

Pope John xxiii,
Was considered absurd.
To change that view,
He started Vatican ii.

Copyright © Colm Sweeney | Year Posted 2013






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