Despite Having Autism A Boy Write A Poem For His Homework And The Teacher Is Amaze Of What The Boy Wrote

Despite Having Autism A Boy Write A Poem For His Homework And The Teacher Is Amaze Of What The Boy Wrote


Writing a poem is one of the best way to express our feelings or thoughts to others. Rhyming and scribbling the words can make the poem satisfying to

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Writing a poem is one of the best way to express our feelings or thoughts to others. Rhyming and scribbling the words can make the poem satisfying to read with few simple words that can deliver an important message to others.

Readers enjoy reading poems as they feel the author’s thoughts and relate what the author feels. One of the best writer of poem is William Shakespeare, he’s Excellency in poetry make him the best writer.
But for this boy with autism he doesn’t need to be a William Shakespeare to be able to write an amazing poem even his teacher had no words to say about his poem.

Benjamin Giroux

Benjamin Giroux is a boy with autism, he was given an assignment to write a poem. Benjamin wrote not just any poem he wrote about what it is like to live with autism and this opened the eyes of the teacher and cry when she read the poem.

“I Am” by Benjamin Giroux

“I am odd, I am new

I wonder if you are too

I hear voices in the air

I see you don’t, and that’s not fair

I want to not feel blue

I am odd, I am new

I pretend that you are too

I feel like a boy in outer space

Benjamin Giroux Poem

I touch the stars and feel out of place

I worry what others might think

I cry when people laugh, it makes me shrink

I am odd, I am new

I understand now that so are you

I say I, ‘feel like a castaway’

I dream of a day that that’s okay

I try to fit in

I hope that someday I do I am odd, I am new.”


Benjamin didn’t thought his poem would be a masterpiece. His poem is an eye opener for the people who don’t know how an autism feel.

The poem was shared to the entire world by the National Autism Association as they appreciate the masterpiece of Benjamin Giroux poem.

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