Raven,

Yeah, I added your entry to the Quick Links "way back when." At the time, you had not written a profile.

If you would, and since you are an Editor, feel free to update it as you like.

I only have access to a computer tonight for a limited time and my cell phone is at Google being repaired..

Tomorrow, I will be homeless again. I moved everthing to Tennessee to who I thought was a friend, but it did not work out and I am now in Virginia with my belongings scattered in two states, packed inside two…


Hannah,

Yet another great continuation of the Military Life saga!

As you know, I am a big fan of the Military as well, so of course I just love every one of your stories in the series.

Lately, my obsession has been with Police Officers.

Recently, I was in a minor fender bender, which caused me to have a MAJOR Public Meltdown right in the middle of the median strip at a busy major intersection during rush hour traffic.

As 911 was called, I immediatly became overwhelmed by the trauma of the accident, and then the sound of the shrieking…


Desirie/Ness,

A very nice contribution indeed!

I had thoughr that the "Refrigeratior Mom" false belief had long disappeared from modern narratives about Autism. Thank you for Raising Awareness of the fact that this harmful mischaracterization still persists in modern times.

We, as Autistics, have it hard enough in dealing with current margginalization and Ableism, but to compund that with long debuked theories only pours more salt on the open wound.

Sincerely,

Keira Fulton-Lees
Artfully Autistic Advocate for Autism
artfullyautisticpublication@gmail.com


Dean,

It is good to hear from you!

Thank you so much for your concern. Although I am having some extremely diffiicult times, the selfless help that has been given to me from total strangers has been amazing. It has given me strength and hope.

“The charity that has been so graciously given to me during my homelessness is a testament to the fact that even amongst these devisive times, there still remains true goodness and humanity within the hearts of others.”

I am just going to put the offer on the table right now. Are you interested an becoming…


We are now on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter!

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To My Favorite Writers,

I’ve added auto-posts via RSS feeds to multiple Social Media websites using dlvr.it, a third-party content aggregator.

It is a great way to promote your work.

What Is An RSS Feed?

RSS, is an acronym for (RDF Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication.)

The way it works is that the aggregator (dlvr.it) monitors our Publication’s RSS feed automatically every five minutes looking for new content.

When it finds newly published content, it is then passed from our Publication on Medium to multiple RSS feeds on multiple Social Media websites.

This passing of content…


APRIL’S PINK SUPER MOON

In the year Twenty-four forty, the Pink Super Moon will be in the Constellation of Leo.

Image by Keira Fulton-Lees

No waxing, no waning
Time has stood still
Patiently waiting
As moments grow near

Much farther, yet here
Perigee impending
Patiently framing
Absent of fear

Watching in wonder
With Gibbous Eyes
Nestling her Calf
She needs to be here

No lying, no crying
Time to be strong
Cautiously growing
Where Truth never longs

Twenty-six, April
Twenty twenty-one
A cortagè never still
A gap to be filled

Twenty-six, April
Twenty-four forty
I’m four-eighty
You’re twenty-eight fewer

Will I still be alive?
Let’s wait and see
If me…


Poetic prose about wonder, uncertainty, and hope.

Category • Poetry • Keywords • Poetry, Mindfulness, Autism, Self-Improvement, Life, Life Lessons, Courage, Uncertainty, Wonder, The future, The Word, God, Faith, Determination, Self-Reflection, Christianity, The Bible • Title • At the End of This Day • Subtitle • The perspective from the Spectrum • Author • Keira Fulton-Lees • Published • 11 Apr, 2021
Category • Poetry • Keywords • Poetry, Mindfulness, Autism, Self-Improvement, Life, Life Lessons, Courage, Uncertainty, Wonder, The future, The Word, God, Faith, Determination, Self-Reflection, Christianity, The Bible • Title • At the End of This Day • Subtitle • The perspective from the Spectrum • Author • Keira Fulton-Lees • Published • 11 Apr, 2021
Photo by Johannes Plenio on Unsplash

At the end of this day I wondered, how will I be tomorrow, as when in that moment, the faceless frames of fear have put upon me hands of steel, and threaten my will in mornings I’m never longing for, when in nights before the coming of each next day

As the welded bolts seize and reduce will to defeat, and cease the movement to put foot upon floor, yet in my weakness hoping time will reveal secrets, in whispers faintly heard, that give me rhyme and reason to be spared the undeserved, and to be pulled me from the…

Keira Fulton-Lees

Artfully Autistic Advocate for Autism – Writer, Editor, Artist, Creator of the Medium Publication: Artfully Autistic: https://medium.com/artfullyautistic

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