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Autism didn't leave a ransom note.

by JohnBigJohn on June 5, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


There was never any demands given.

I sit by the phone all day.

I still have not gotten that call from Autism with instructions of how I get him my son back.

He is right here in front of me - but somehow gone. He's been stolen and brought to a place where I can't follow.

Some day's I can only find the energy to grieve and wait for the phone to ring.

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