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Autism and Sound
I had never been in an airplane before this day.
I sit down in my seat and prepare to fly,
And being in a plane I feel quite gay.
My seat has lots of polkadots as blue as the sky,
And the rest of it is as orange as the sun.
A stewardess walks up with a crisp blue uniform, which looked quite clean.
She says to me, “It’s time to put your seatbelt on, son.”.
I gladly did so, then I look up to her and beam.
“I’ve never flown before” I say. “I hope I’ll have fun.”
She replies to me, “You’ll wish that the flight were never done.”
I sit for 3 minutes and 47 seconds, until finally a bell tolled.
“Prepare for takeoff.” said a voice and my stomach rolled.
I feel nervous and don’t know what to expect.
Suddenly, a loud noise starts up and I get a pain in my neck.
I had rocked back and hit my neck on the seat.
It hurts quite a lot. I’ll just have to get ove-VVVVMVMVM