Another dove story

Today, I went on the Wall of Pisa – the medieval wall that surrounded the city at the time.

While walking about, I found a romance triangle between a dove and two pigeons. I always (for the last month or so) wondered if pigeons and doves get along. It seems the dove is after one of the pigeons. The other pigeon is jealous, but the dove drives him away.

It is a nice thing that I got there and was inspired to film just then. It is unlikely. It messed with me a bit. Put things in perspective too. Much like “πŸ’™πŸ’™ πŸ’™”.

Later, I met at the hostel a new room mate. I showed her the video and she said that she is surprised a dove would lower herself to the status of a pigeon. That put things in perspective too. However, I believe the pigeon raised himself to the standards of a dove and that is why she was after him. (Change the genders between them if you don’t like the idea of a female going after a male… Maybe they were both female… I wouldn’t know)

Anyway, pigeons and doves can actually mate… If they have no other option. Tough… Just that there were several doves and pigeons, but again I don’t know which gender… It is really not that important.

I wish “πŸ’™πŸ’™ πŸ’™” turns to “πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™”.

Feels important. πŸ•ŠοΈ

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