I Am, too
A response to “I Am” by Benjamin Giroux and for all my kids that have been touched by Autism….
I'm an OT, and I am odd. Not only do I hear a voice, but see a vision, too. Coming from my God, who wants the best for you. To keep you safe, from a world that makes you blue. I'm an OT, and I am odd. For everyday, I see you try your best. To touch the Earth from your outer space. Please do not worry about others. For you are not lesser, just different. I'm an OT, and I am odd. Every time I challenge you, I hope you understand. To make you functional, in a society so indifferent. Not just to fit in, but to stand out. Just how my Savior envisioned it. I'm an OT, and I am odd.
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