Apparently, it's the new mantra that "no matter what I do, and how bad I am, whether I am hateful, God will love me unconditionally, and I will be saved."
That last bit is your addition, and does not appear in the poem at all.
Yes, that was my comment. I'm profering the gist of what this girl's poem is about.
What are they teaching our children in the Catholic schools? This should be the concern of every Catholic parent who is sending his child to be educated and formed in the Catholic conscience. This 8 year old child, bred in the novus ordo catholic education (and perhaps just completed R.E. and made her First Holy Communion), expresses what has been taught to her; if this is her thought (and collectively, the way young Catholics think), in the next 40 years there won't be any true Catholic left. "God will love no matter if I am bad or good." What is being "bad"? This child knows what is bad
and will do it anyway because God will love her anyway.
She doesn't expect any punishment. The teacher encourages her because God's love is universal and unconditional. She expects to go to her reward, regardless whether she's been doing bad all her life.
The Protestant version is "accepting Jesus as a personal savior and you are saved." And this goes on to mean, no matter what you do in life, whether you steal, murder, fornicate, etc., you are assured of your salvation.