Waves of Change

Waves of Change

by Austin Jepson

March 11, 2017


A woven tapestry of color and shape,waves on the sand

Of each part, a scene emerges.

Tangible memories from past realities,

Still fresh and vivid.


Never as we once were,

Always like the sands on the shore,

Shifting and creating new patterns,

And then wiped clean.


Be wary of the crashing waves

That erode beaches,

Not the gentle ones

That inspire change.




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Austin Jepson

I am a non-verbal boy with autism. I was adopted by the Jepsons at age seven. Prior to that, I lived in foster care for 2 years. My original family could not take very proper care of me and I was taken from their home. My memories of them are still alive, though, and I love them, even though they had problems. My life now is better. My mom and dad love me and so do my brothers. I am lucky for that. As I am planning on going to college some day, writing in this blog is great practice. I hope you like it. Maybe you will learn something about autism. I hope so.

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