#ActuallyAutisticPoets

Ireisha Anindya

Ireisha Anindya

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anatomy of anxiety  pull. shove. crash anxiety. bursting wide open thrusting inside. into a wreck shallow breath. a jagged whirl. your head. an awful…

Patricia Dy

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Reality of a new world Looking from an inside world Makes emerge from a deep world Hiding behind the reality of being Hides a…

Moontain Dreamantra II

Emily Atkinson-Dalton

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Trapped By Emily Atkinson-Dalton People look with pity in their eyes. They think I don’t know, I’m too young, Too different. I am different,…

Peace Flag

R.K. Sameer

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Part, Not Whole By R.K. Sameer If you can find your voice When apraxic silence confines you, And spell your woes and joys In…

Marie Faverio

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Autistic Pride © You avert your eyes because I am different, unable to see the goodness in me, the radiance in the flower’s womb….

Erik Estabrook

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Sensory Poem by Erik Estabrook We are supposed to grow in senses right? Not grow old enough to see all our senses rebel. We…