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
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.