Perception

 

Perception

 

Helena hugged her brother. They stared at the lovely blue wind-chime, while his wife rocked and held the boy.

“How long has she been sitting there with him?

“Hours,” he replied passively.

“What do you plan to do?”

“I don’t know.” A tear rolled down his face.  “He’s in his own world.”

“Isn’t there anything the Doctors can do, so he’ll be normal?

  “It’s Autism,” he said. “ What can they do.”

They fell into a silent awe, as the dolphin moved with the rolling waves inside the ornament

“It’s how he sees his world,” his wife said, sadly.

Thank you….

Copyright © 2013 Glynis Rankin

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