Narayanan Kutty Pozhath

Gold Star - 5,378 Points (October 6,1961 / Trissur, Kerala, India.)

Pigeons See All Pigeons. - Poem by Narayanan Kutty Pozhath

Pigeons made home
at the dome of the Temple.
Renovations started
at the Temple.
When the renovations
started they flew
to a nearby Church dome.
Pigeons made home
at the dome of church
along with Pigeons there.
Pigeons at Church
mingled with Pigeons
from the temple dome
as they could see them
as Pigeons only.

Pigeons made home
at the dome of the Church.
Renovations started
at the Church.
When the renovations
started they flew
tonearby Mosque dome.
Pigeons made home
at the dome of the Mosque
along with Pigeons there.
Pigeons at Mosque
mingled with Pigeons
from temple and Church domes
as they could see them
as Pigeons only.

Pigeons made home
at the dome of Mosque.
Renovations started
at the Mosque.
When the renovations
started they flew
to the nearby Temple dome.
Pigeons at Temple dome
mingled with Pigeons
from the Church and Mosque
as they could see them
as Pigeons only.


One day Pigeons saw
men fighting in front of Temple.
A small Pigeon asked
her mother, Why do men fight?
Mother Pigeon told
they are Muslims and Hindus
and they are fighting
for the ownership of Temple.
Child Pigeon asked
when we moved from
Temple to Church and Mosque
we lived there happily.
Why do men fight?
Mother Pigeon told,
We know we are Pigeons
and lived happily
in Temple, Church and Mosque.

You need to reach
such height of civilization
to know that, but men
don't know that and they fight.
Hindus, Christians and
Muslims all are men,
But not civilized to know that
like Pigeons see all Pigeons.

Topic(s) of this poem: pigeons


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