Autism

October 2, 2011
By Leon Cheong BRONZE, Palo Alto, California
Leon Cheong BRONZE, Palo Alto, California
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This is the tale of a child
Who's behavior was rather wild
But still lovable and joyful
And filled with an angelic soul

My experience with him had been quite inspiring
His beaming smile could never go dying
When I looked at that face, I knew he was telling me
"Look at me! I'm happy and glee!"

He had a mind that was free of sin
Nothing anyone else could have been
Blessed by innocence throughout his life to come
A life, unarguably, envied by some

Without a worry on this Earth
I knew that God had given birth
To a child of life, delight, and feel
He lived the only life of the real


The author's comments:
My experience of helping children with Autism taught me many things. I noticed their happiness and ability to remain vigilant in any situation. It was admirable, so I was inspired to write this poem.

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