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Pigeons, Us & Gods

By RJ Kaimal

Pigeons, Us & God

In the hall
pigeons
stare down at
us as we
chant and sing
devotional songs.

Are they
wondering
if it is really
necessary to be so
loud to be
devoted?

Isn’t God just
around the next
corner of our
hearts?

That Day

That day there was
much to be
said.

Not a word was
spoken.

Eyes Looked at
each other and
much love was
exchanged.


Exploration

I sent a part of
myself very far away
to explore and chart
unknown territories of
my mind.


RJ Kaimal has more than 2000 poems on the AllPoetry.com site. His writings are featured by The Classical Poets of New York, Storyhouse.org, & Poetrysoup. He lives in Bangalore, India. 

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