An Autism Child
by Jennifer M Croy
Sunday, June 04, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A child with Autism sees the world differently
An Autistic child runs and plays
Sees the world differently through our eyes. And no matter what we say, or try to teach them, they just shy away.
A loud sound catches their ears, and they cover them to make it disappear.
A whistle sound sends a message and they hide like rabbits in a hole, to dwell in a tunnel till they are whole
A frightened child they must be, to end life's world to see, and we hug them and plea that everything will be alright for you and me. And though times may be distressed, we pray to God for continue success. A tear rolls down their cheeks and we comfort them and sigh with one last weep. And though times we struggle, we still snuggle and plant one last kiss
An Austisitc Child
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|Reviewed by Abe Rossi Jr
|The title caught my attention because my fiancee' works with Autism quite a bit. A lot of this sounded familiar from talking with her...so I felt like I knew where you were coming from. Thanks for the insights. Peace Abel|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Your compassion shines through your verses here, Jennifer. Your words hit very close to home. Thank you for sharing your sentiments. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
|these are very special children which much to offer the world, different does not equal less than...beautiful unconditional love expressed here (note: the link is not working)|
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
Extremely touching and moving pen..
These gifted children need sensitive parenting