I Said No To Autism


I said no for the first time today, I said no. No more of this or that, no to open dysfunctional controlling voices of a disturbing kind, raised brow of indifference you said “are they”, to my response as if I am not there, other quips came my way like stinging bees, can you, will you, shouting at me, where are you, your different, so they say, oy you get here now, cometh here oh stupid one lord of dumb and dumber.

You are easy and I feel frightened to say no. I am disabled and hidden inside, screaming in my bubble. Pushing, trying to be alive, I am silenced, muffled, the chorus hits me of what do you think your doing. Your all bullies and I am weak, inside the mind tunnels of Autism and it’s myriad of sadness’s and complexities. Yet I Mozart and I am Van Gogh and who are you when all is said and done.

So I grow, sunflowers high,, in a wind swaying breeze in disturbed times violence is king, yet a queen sits by me, copying the sexes, equal in intolerance at getting their own way. Walking over the kind and meek , I put you who condescend me with the animals but after some time we said no and more no to evils. Let them go to fall away, I am Asperger and I said no. I am Asperger a giant amongst men, I am Asperger I lead and not follow.

Author: Mason Cult Poet

Mason Cult Poet was born in Westmorland in the Lake District in a farming engineering community. On one side of the family many portions of nobility mainly the Stuarts. Mason Cult did as the herd does and went through the education process. attended drama school and ran small businesses. The stigma of mental health issues blighted him as it does with all creative people, was diagnosed in 2011 with a form of Asperger’s Syndrome which can impair executive function however it has given him a higher sense to see what others do not and from this ability he concludes the world is controlled by esoteric forces and that other interventions operate steering the world we know ro a new beginning.. What we witness we are forced to challenge and the work of Mason Cult assists this

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