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His music speaks; for he cannot.
Piece I wrote after watching an episode of criminal minds called "Coda". It is about a little boy who is autistic and his parents were taken by a serial killer but he cannot bring himself to talk about it with his voice but instead with his actions, and one of the ways he is able to communicate is with the piano because it is a comfort for him and he was also playing it during the time his parents were taken.
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Darin-Carrasco Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012
omg i have a poem for this lol
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sarah2231 Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
lol Awesome!!! I must read it! :)
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I-Can-See-446787 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2012  Student Writer
I actually saw that episode and i loved it! I've always loved the piano and i was estatic when they used it in the show! I would never have thought of something like that! Your piece does in six words what it takes most people, myself included, many long and convoluted sentences to say. Great job and keep it up!
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sarah2231 Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey!!! Sorry for the late reply; I have not been online for a while. I adore criminal minds and I just saw more episodes last night! :happybounce: I also loved the piano in this episode and because I have an autistic younger cousin myself, the entire episode was really beautiful to me. :) They are very special kids and although they may not function like the rest of us, it does not mean that they lack intelligence you know??? We all use music to tell people things or share feelings with them, so for someone to afraid to speak to use it as a way to communicate is so touching. :heart: Thanks so much for this sweet comment!!
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I-Can-See-446787 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2012  Student Writer
Your Welcome very much, dear! I have a cousin with William's Syndrom, though I do not knw what it is, and that episode made me smile cus my cousin has a hard time talking to others and I could understand that.
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sarah2231 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
That's very true with children born with autism. My cousin as well has a hard time communicating with others. Although he has autism, my cousin still has a smile on his face and that really touches my heart. He is always in his own big world and he never lacks amusement. Somehow, whenever I see him, I just want to love him more and more. He may not always act kindly due to the autism and I know that my aunt suffers from having always to tend to his every need despite his growing older but still he brings a sort of warmth to the people around him and I'm not sure that if he did not have autism that he would have turned out the same way you know?
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I-Can-See-446787 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012  Student Writer
Yeah my cousin also is being taken car of by my aunt, even though he's close to forty. He also smiles a lot and i get mad when we go out to eat for family birthdays and the server is impatient with my cousin because he orders slowly. That happened once when we went to an olive garden, but thank whatever you want to thank, because we had a 2nd server and she was kind and patient with my cousin. We tipped her extra. It still warms my heart when other people that are not family are patient with him.

I hope your cousin has not been treated the same as mine.
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Mooyi Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2011  Student Writer
Amazing idea.
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sarah2231 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much! :D
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Mooyi Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2011  Student Writer
np~
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