Son Poem

Poem From A Mother To Autistic Son

This poem is written for my son who is autistic and loves dragons and has the most colorful imagination. I have always wanted to protect him, but I know that I have to let go and release him into the world that is full of the dangers that he knows nothing about. I wish I could keep him in his dreams and watch him in his peaceful sleep as a beautiful child.

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Hi there. This speaks to me on a higher level. All the best, Autismotron Prime

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Dreams Of A Boy

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Published: August 2011

Sleep now, my child,
Let mother hold your fears.
At rest, good night, dream wild.
Fast asleep the visions piled,
Some funny, some with alligator tears.
Sleep now, my child.
Gypsies, and dragons and monsters galore,
They stamper thought his mind as if an open door.
Sleep now, my child.
A beautiful creation so strong and free,
Who would believe he is of his father and me.
At rest, good night, dream wild,
Full of imagination, life, and joy,
The world could be a bubble in the dreams of a boy.
At rest, good night, dream wild,
Sleep now, my child.

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  • by Autismotron Prime
  • 2 years ago

Hi there. This speaks to me on a higher level.
All the best,
Autismotron Prime

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