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Iris

Iris http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/poetry-corner-iris/

Iris dances through Art Her beautiful Maine Coon cat by her side inspiring her to create beautiful Monet-like paintings The autistic have such  creative potential we can see if we look with new eyes Iris in the UK silent butterfly she is a dream of goodness and light.       Paula Timpson, MA, Special […]

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Autism

I have this gorgeous nephew you should see his beautiful face And I watch him wonder back and forth seemingly lost within this place Although he speaks, it’s very rare and he often walks around The meltdown that he has sometimes sees him roll upon the ground His favorite thing is his trampoline he likes […]

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Luciano

About Luciano

As pure as the driven snow His soul shines on us. As beautiful as a petal opens up in the spring His smile and laugh vibrates in our heart. He doesn’t judge, he doesn’t condemn He loves unconditionally. He sees what the common man can’t see He sees the light in you, he feels your […]

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On the Spectrum

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  one awaying stoneheld distant one paced intention raging one hiding uneasy careful one scab-traced profile screaming one stepping hidden brave one sightless joyful smiling one listing dark becalmed one bespoken spell broke maging one veiling spirit woven one reservoir deep holding one keening foresaken foolish one rifting voice transposing one hopeful losting bright one […]

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Autism – The Silent Ruler

autism-poem

I struggle to fit in with some children at school, I don’t really know if this should be the rule? I understand I’m different at times but I still have feelings and I want to be kind, “Just calm yourself down love give your arms a wee rest,” my dear sweet mum, she’s doing her […]

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