Write On! Express and Enjoy Yourself
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His eyes were unsteady,
, wandering from one thing to another. His hearing was
to sounds like music and loud noises. A soft gutteral sound
him when he used his voice. He was
to color and to the smell of filth in his bed. His touch was the
grasping of objects and he had a
to trot and gallop . . . (and) had an
habit of smelling everything given to him. He chewed like a
and he was
of attention and spent his time rocking backwards and forwards like animals in a zoo.