Category Archives: December at McClendon Villa

Merry Christmas!

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December at McClendon Villa: Christmas Poem

Little Baby nestled there Born to bear my every care In a manger, lowly birth In You my soul found its worth. ©23 December 2016 Suzanne G. McClendon Image source: Pixabay.

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December at McClendon Villa: Day 15

A plot of earth to call my own, Dig my fingers into the dirt, Watch a beautiful flower grow, Is something I will never own. Tucked away, hidden from the hurt, A four by eight is all I’ll know. ©15 … Continue reading

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December at McClendon Villa: Day 13

Help! The walls are closing in; I cannot breathe. It is getting darker. I want to … run away and hide, But this box won’t let me … scream away this fear. It is getting darker. The walls are closing … Continue reading

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December at McClendon Villa: Day 11

Groupthink Like a pack of dogs, You rip and roar and tear, Your actions not your own. You leave a trail of fear Everywhere you go. ©11 December 2016 Suzanne G. McClendon

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