Tara and I had an absolutely fantastic trip to NYC last month. This was our first trip with just the two of us, and so it was a huge milestone for me. We were a bit worried about my regulation, but I usually am so captivated by travel that I am generally more regulated whileContinue reading “New York Triptych”
Today I think of my Papa as I most love to remember him: My best cheerleader! He was so full of vibrant joy and optimism, and so enthusiastic about our little routines. He staunchly defended me at all times. He was delighted by our friendship. He made me feel worthy of genuine interest. He wasContinue reading “Father’s Day & Grief”
This is a poem I presented in July for International Association for Spelling as Communication‘s Neurolyrical Cafe open mic night. It is about disillusionment and conflict. Man overboard by Danny WhittyFarther than an isolated atoll,Adrift alone.Weakened and forgotten.What am I?What is this place?What am I to do?Adrift.Alone.Weak.Forgotten.You forgot me.
I presented this at I-ASC‘s monthly Neurolyrical Cafe in August 2020. This has been on my mind a lot lately. It is a common feeling for autistics like me. Please try to understand. Body, Voice, Vision by Danny Whitty That is the boringworry in my head.That is the blandissue on my mind.That is the stressfulnaggingContinue reading “Body, Voice, Vision”
This poem was written for the Cow Tipping Summer Writing Workshop earlier this summer. It was written in 10 minutes, but I love how it turned out. It is about missing my dad. Seaside Vigil by Danny Whitty Walking on the sand I am at peace,The saltwater puts me at ease.Waves roaring in my ears,ItContinue reading “Seaside Vigil”
This was my first shared poem. It was inspired by the social unrest of this year. I hope that you all enjoy this poem. Nobody likes to be told to change but we all need to change. My poem is a call to all of us to be better. Yes you are so good byContinue reading “Yes you are so good”