11th October 2018 By Warren Woodhouse.
What can I say about my disability. It makes rainy days sunny. Because if not for the sweet sound of a bee or the warmth of a hug, I’m proud to be me. Thanks mum for bringing me into this world. Thanks to my family for being proud of me.
I’m Warren, I have Autism. I’m proud of that.
6th October 2016 By Warren Woodhouse.
Recited by Pvt. Simmons in Chapter 1 of my book Man's Reach.
As hard as life, I see
The blackened night as the blackened day
A man standing on a fall
Losing sight, losing hope
A battle arises over the passing
A shoulder to cry upon, a sad weeping of a swallow
A little bird flying by, shedding weight off its wings
Blue as the day has dawned
Over the passing; a shadow
A follow to follow as tither
A landing bigger than the mountain a near
As a man resides above, looking below during the dusk
The battle quickly passed
As Man's Reach, a colony once more
27th January 2016 By Warren Woodhouse.
Men don't feel sympathy, we know danger surrounds us
We only feel sympathy and emotion when crying while holding our newly born babies, holding a little hand
Crying at the sight of unlimited beauty
Crying while fighting through the dangers of extreme adversity
While standing fast, readying for any dangers
While us men overcome adversity and extreme dangers; acts of bravery won by violent measures
We shall be reborn when holding our babies at home again
Holding hands, once more
24th March 2014 By Warren Woodhouse.
I don't want to be frustrated
I want to understand the world
I want to be happy
I want to be liked
I don't want to be bored
I want to do something fun
I want to be creative
I want a place I can call my own
I want a place I can call home
I want to be heard
I want a world where I feel safe and warm
I want to speak out loud
I want to run
I want to be free from my mind
I want to feel the air in my face and hair
I want a world where Autism conquers all
I want to run
To Know Mans Land And Beyond
7th February 2003 By Warren Woodhouse.