Treasure Island

Paul Mwenelupembe

Sonnet Of Green Nchalo

So hot it says, swallowing strangers' strain
In the far green memento field it comes
In the ever greed ground with sprinklers stain
So scattered but green sweets amid fluids' canes
It awakens dews on underline and rolls flight
Anext is Savanna brown glue sleeps lives
It heads away spites and reborn of fight
Its people giggle, percolates huge fruits along a lives
As hospitable as lake Malawi the mine belong
That's likeable atmosphere Majete aside sparkles grey
Lifting on and off the mirror all day long
In the birds song of mileage below shire valley jail
The frozen Nchalo of green land in visitors eye
But it creates books so long to their humanoid bye

Submitted: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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Nchalo is a place where green belt is found. It happens that way on account of the presence of shire River, the largest river in Malawi. it is found in Chikwawa district. It's anice place, when you hover around you will see sugarcane all green with sprinkler rotating in the fields, birds singing. People live on high lands to avoid flooding. The place shares boundery with Majete Game reserve. Mmm... I discovered it when I went there for a survey work and i was a visitor. Awonderful discovery! ! !

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