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“Negative words, especially negative labels have enormous power. They are tornadoes of stereotypical destruction. They remain as salt in the wound never allowing prejudice to subside and never allowing hate to fade. Indeed they continue to spread the disease of the mind from one generation to the next.” — J. D. Moss

No Make Believe

By J.D. Moss



Jack be nimble, Jack be quick

Jack’s mother beats him with a stick.

Little Bo Peep lost he sheep.

She found their bones in a heap.

Oh, little Jack Horner,

was picked up by the coroner.

He took all his drugs that day,

Though he did die high, they say.


And the good little fairy

Well, just today he died of AIDS.

Now no one believes in fairy tales.

Only what they read in the trades.

We once could believe in make-believe

Now, no belief is our relieve.


From “Sun Don’t Shine on Me.”

Copyright 1989 by J.D. Moss

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