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Prophetic Voice

Prophetic Voice

In this dark world, he thought his voice was needed.
The rest of us just laughed as he proceeded.

–Tom Riley

Exemplary Generosity

Exemplary Generosity

“I’m generous with other people’s money,
And therefore I’m the finest Catholic sage!”
Says Mark P. Shea, who doesn’t think it’s funny.
“I’m generous with other people’s money,
And therefore I deserve both milk and honey.
I am the Pastry Prophet of the Age!
I’m generous with other people’s money—
And therefore I’m the finest Catholic sage.”

–Tom Riley

Repent!

Repent!

Mark Shea calls on you all to repent!
You’re in error: he will not relent!
Does he judge a great deal?
It’s prophetic, his zeal!
(With his own path to Hell he’s content.)

–Tom Riley

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Donuts in the Desert

Donuts in the Desert

 

“His food was locusts and wild honey.”

 

The Prophet Shea will not make do
With locusts and wild honey.
He needs four meals – and twelve snacks, too!
The Prophet Shea will not make do
With desert fare, St. John, like you.
Such thoughts are far from funny.
The Prophet Shea will not make do
With locusts and wild honey.

 

–Tom Riley

 

Falsification Principle

Falsification Principle

 

“Understand this!” says Shea, faux prophetic,
Before belching forth insights pathetic.
Fans can’t wait – not one bit!—
To consume his next shit.
When he’s proved wrong, it’s still copacetic.

 

–Tom Riley