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A child so amazing
by baz busbe

Thursday, March 03, 2011
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Dedicated to the children in my class. Thank you for the wonderful gift that is to work with you, you are amazing.


 

He walks through the classroom door
a child so beautiful and pure
my heart melts as he says "hello"
he couldn't say it so long ago

Words so hard to communicate
although he is now nearly eight
he tries so hard to understand
about the world thats at his hand

He is such a wonderful gift
one who never fails to uplift
he teaches me so very much
no part of life he doesn't touch

He does not lie or show pretence
his world does seem to make some sense
I think of life he knows the trick
although he may be autistic

 

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Reviewed by Chessly Nesci 4/5/2011
Baz, I have a son that is autistic and he has brought my family so much joy! I feel blessed to be his mommy! They are amazing how they don't let the little things get them down. My son still has no friends at school and it makes me cry knowing how sweet he is. Having the label of autism sometimes helps and sometimes not. My son is way beyond his years and the children are not on his level. Thank you for being a great teacher because your student will grow when he feels love...Everyone needs to feel love. Great poem and nice to meet you! I am going to check out some more of your work! God bless, Chessly
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/17/2011
These are lovely and meaningful sentiments, Bas. I think the children are fortunate to have you. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/3/2011
Wonderful writing, Baz; well done!
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 3/3/2011
Deeply heart touching showing the value of all children and the gifts they have to share.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/3/2011
Anyone who works with autistic children,has to be a saint,in my opinion! Excellent poem!God bless you!
Reviewed by John Bidwell 3/3/2011
Two significant people in my life are autistic. It is a touching challenge- in more ways than one.
They should have had such a good teacher- who understood.

John



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