Category Archives for "Autism Poetry"

Poems written about autism by people on the autism spectrum or by people who care for someone with autism.

POEM: Navigating Autism

Autism is hard to navigate Each new day you don’t know what’s on your plate. Some days are a breeze and some are not Courage and inner strength, you need a lot. Every autistic child is not alike So each parent sees things in a different light. Taking your kid out to do things around, […]

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Side by Side

Mommy tells me you have autism I don’t understand the name Mommy says you see things differently But to me, you look the same… Some days you say you need space You tell me to leave you alone Some days you’ll want to play with me Those days are so much fun! I watch you […]

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His Happy Place

He jumps up And his feet come back down Having fun at school On the playground.   He’s enjoying himself I can see the focus on his face As he jumps his rope And finds a happy place. This article was featured in Issue 103 – Supporting Emotional Needs

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AUTISM

A neurological disorder, In some children, doctors find. It involves deficits, A delay of the mind. The children who are affected by this Go through a great deal They work very hard. Their struggle is real. Their parents struggle with them Right alongside their little one, Taking it one day at a time With each […]

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I Like It Now

I Like It Now

Laughing is all I hear and my tummy feels amazing and who knows what my face is doing? this movie is so funny I am here alone and feeling happy   not that alone is better than with oh no   this is fun sometimes leaning forward sometimes touching my face sometimes squirming with pleasure […]

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Differences

Differences https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/deviant/

The story starts with a young boy. He thought he was the same as me and you, except he was a little different than everybody else. He had autism, and didn’t know until his parents told him before he moved to middle school. He still had no concept of how it made him different, until […]

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