If non verbal autism is silent
You must become silent
You must listen with your heart
Only then can you hear them speak
With much love
This is dedicated to my ex-boyfriend who had Asperger Syndrome which is on the high end of the autism spectrum. He always wanted to be more of a neurotypical man which means more like a man not on the spectrum at all. He felt there was something wrong with him. I felt he was just grand.
There is nothing better than being with someone who is super intelligent, super gentle and respectful. Raw honesty was actually healing. He embodied the innocence of a child with the wisdom of an old man. His hugs and kisses were few but always sincere.
Although exhausted from a week’s work he always met me because he said he loved my company. He would sometimes fall asleep mid sentence from exhaustion and awake to say he could go home but preferred to rest by my side.
It ended because he was younger than I and wanted children I could no longer provide. Thanks to the lessons I learned being with him he is now my higher standard for a relationship. I want an honest, true loving, gentle, intelligent and loyal man. I will no longer accept any less.
You try to hypnotize me with your words
You try to compel me with your touch
You forgot but I need you to remember
I have always been
Where I always was
You once gave.
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I saw you and sensed it had to be you.
Your look quite different but your soul still imbues.
I long for the closeness I know we’ve shared.
We just met so I know you’re scared.
You don’t remember me but I’m not done
For I long for our bodies to be meshed as one.
If I hug you I’ll never stop
If I kiss you it’ll be over the top
I know in your body our memories lie dormant
I know in your heart also lies some remnant
Of us being a pair,
Of all the love we did share.
So please don’t walk away just yet.
We aren’t strangers although we just met.
So hug me, kiss me, then take me!
I want to awaken in you our memory.
Have you ever met someone and felt like you already knew them? Have you ever kissed someone for the first time yet it felt so familiar? Their loudness doesn’t bother you and neither does their silence. You are not with them yet you feel calm because their presence is felt wherever you go. It is a grand feeling indeed. Has this ever happened to you?