Paul Mwenelupembe


At Baobab Stop Over


Sun rise at Chikhwawa triangle stop over
Near and under the roof of baobab tree
Tossing and sweeping arms' thirsty rover
Laughing, gaping ashort freedom trip

Fused in the king waiting his assent
But he came and tested the rover
The Mr GPS under hungry lion
The Baobab tree calling to silence
It quenched undernearth and reappeared

That was an exchange the rover story
Stopped it turned to work grave haze
And seriously absorbed the change
That's another move, but at baobab stop over
It cared lives below supper shades!

Submitted: Thursday, November 22, 2012

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Its all about chikhwawa district survey work, at triangle stop over we retired alittle bit and went on journey to Nchalo court. However the GPS that we were using had a certain fault so we called the boss chisi to bring us other one. It happed as planned but at baobab triangle stop over we had drinks and the like. Awonderful place any way.

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