On friendships….

I don’t remember the first time I met her. Perhaps when things are really important, we don’t remember first moments. Or, more likely, I just met her before I was old enough to form these kind of intentional memories, before I was capable of reaching back in time and freezing an image into significance, namingContinue reading “On friendships….”

“Only Way” -Nayana Nair

To hurt each other was all we knew The only way we could love We couldn’t stop We couldn’t think Until there was no ‘us’ to hurt. Till we could only feel pain at each other’s sight Till we became numb to everything but insults and fight It leaves me wondering if ‘too much love’Continue reading ““Only Way” -Nayana Nair”

“Won’t you?”- Nayana Nair

I have nothing to talk to you, my friend. I have hundred things that make me cry at this moment. There are moments in my life that fill me with joy, that makes my life seem worth living, that you do not know of . But I have nothing to say to you. You areContinue reading ““Won’t you?”- Nayana Nair”

“I can’t hear your sighs” – Nayana Nair

I can’t hear your sighs while you think I do not care enough. I would love to bind myself and my life around you, Had I not been so sure that freedom is the only measure of happiness for me. The love they talk about is not in my heart. I can’t harbor such sweetness.Continue reading ““I can’t hear your sighs” – Nayana Nair”

List of things I don’t know

Know when to give up and when to not. Take responsibility of my life. Take steps to become the person I want. Stop thinking about things that do not matter. Think about things that do matter. Accept and enjoy the happiness I have. Not to question every good thing in my life Not to waitContinue reading “List of things I don’t know”

“I once wrote…” – Nayana Nair

I once wrote a beautiful poem which sounded like a happy child playing in an empty church. The echoes of his laughter and footsteps playing in a never ending loop. But I have never been a happy child. I have never been to a church. The poem was beautiful. It was just not me.