Sikhi Poems

Poems based on my daily experience of Sikhi and Gurmat.

Thoughts of an Impostor

Sitting in the land of my forefathers, Gazing upon the dirt that was once lush and green, full of life I observe Sitting in the land of my forefathers, Gazing upon the people that were once the spirit and embodiment of the Khalsa I judge Turban wearers are plenty, Bearded men are plenty, Kirpans and … Continue reading »

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The Khalsa Tree

An ocean of new life springs as the brown leaves wither away from the panjabi branch of the Khalsa tree The Guru’s blessing belongs to the seed that waits, is loving and giving like the Gurmukh being Abandoning their Hukam they wither toward insignificance like the old punjabi breed of the Khalsa seed Drifting towards … Continue reading »

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