Tanaka Chirombo

Rookie (28/04/1998 / mzuzu malawi)

Beautiful nature in the forest


Our beatiful nature
as it is full of leisure
it keeps us suuplied with food
and gives us too shelter which is good

our beautiful nature
in the forest the trees swing
while the birds sing
the grass dance at the birds tune
as their moisture will run away so soon

our beautiful nature
as you step inside the forest
i set my foot on the ground to rest
as the forest skin holds my feet
the dew rans way and the grass take a sit

our beautiful nature
i pick out a fruit from a tree
since they are provided for free
i dont even need to bend on to one knee

i relax inside with calm
since the forest has also a natural charm
which will protect me
from any living predators

lastly i came out happily
as i was fed so quickly
which makes me to be taking care of nature
so lets all take care of nature

Submitted: Friday, November 16, 2012

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  • Gold Star - 10,905 Points Soulful Heart (12/15/2014 1:27:00 AM)

    everything that nature provides us and the rude way we molest her........................nice work (Report) Reply

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