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 I wish my child could write a poem and open up his channels I need my channels open to
,because no ones  talking to me.  My loved ones and disliked ones whom have made their
transition,none of them will talk to me, they pay me no attention.  I need
communication,from the other side. I got channels to open,no ones talking to me...not even
my child.They gave my child a vaccination,which was so sadistic,they knew this batch of
medicine could leave my child Autistic.  So I called upon the ancestors to help
communicate. My babies like a zombie, there's no light in his eyes.  They told me that
he'd be just fine,but they were telling lies. The side affects were harmful,more harmful
than the cure, I hate what I am thinking now,I know my thoughts impure.  My child is now a
prisoner he is buried deep within,no wit,personality or charm.....That dag-Blasted 
Vaccination has caused my baby harm!  I would love to hear the voice of my disconnected
child,I call upon my ancestors ,but only the wind is blowing;Sadly I sit moping,alone.  I
call upon my forefathers/and mothers...I got channels to open,I try to hold my child ,my
hug is rejected,I want to reach my baby;But he is now Dis-connected!                     
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  1. Date: 9/24/2010 11:43:00 AM
    A brilliantly written piece - it communicates so well the frustration, heartbreak of being the parent of an autistic child - the hard work that's involved in the caring. Just wish you the best. Liz

  1. Date: 9/24/2010 6:41:00 AM
    wow! good words, i really felt this. hope he gets better