mute — from Dutch smelten to melt, make fluid

‘Misconstrued’ My words are glass and mirrors in your presence.   Might they fall in love — with not speaking? Hiding words away in desks under chairs behind doors in classrooms until they are broken?   Raw words Leak Spill Drip, bloody through cupped hands.   And boundaries? Mine are air and mist Unconsidered You assume And…… Continue reading mute — from Dutch smelten to melt, make fluid

diversity and a piece of white plastic

Autistic senses are tuned to pick up things, notice things, that others do not, as Rhi@OutFoxgloved wonderfully describes in this post ‘The day my autism saved my daughters life.’  Delicate antennae that are tuned into everything can result in overload and not picking up on things that might seem obvious to neurotypical people — like realising…… Continue reading diversity and a piece of white plastic