Walani Ndhlovu

Rookie - 187 Points (23 March 1996 / Blantyre, Malawi)

Mzuzu Academy


All started small
But soon began to grow
Our academics and sports
Shaped us all

All started small
But soon began to flow
Our peace and unity
Shaped us all

All started small
But soon began to score
Our soccer team
Shaped us all

All started small
But soon began to show
Our volleyball championship
Shaped us all

All started small
But soon on the go
Our new realized athlete
Shaped us all

All stated small
But soon approach its goal
Our Cambridge results
Shaped us all

All started small
But could never fall
All will soon grow
And will not blow.

Submitted: Monday, March 11, 2013
Edited: Sunday, March 17, 2013
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I wrote this poem to appriate what Mzuzu Academy has achieved in a few years, from the time it started in 2011 up-to-date. Congraturations Mzuzu Academy!

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