“your desire would burn away” – Nayana Nair

i read this on a torn sheet of paperthat was lying, waiting (possibly for me?)in that empty hall, that on a normal day has never known empty.and being who i am, this again had to be an easy answer from a higher power.being who i was i believed that the confusion in my mindrocked everyContinue reading ““your desire would burn away” – Nayana Nair”

“incoherent” – Nayana Nair

i looked best dressed in incoherent words.everyone assumed that i am drunk on something.everyone assumed me to be an artist for that. any word that left my mouthwas just another way to pronounce self-doubt.the only way to stay and run away at the same time. the way i speak,“you are beautiful” and “i hate you”soundsContinue reading ““incoherent” – Nayana Nair”

“Half” – Nayana Nair

I always assumed that people are working for what they want and I shouldn’t feel hurt from what they do when I was the one that got in their way. But often, like me, they are just working for something to know if they want it or not. And when they don’t, they move fromContinue reading ““Half” – Nayana Nair”

“Assumption” – Nayana Nair

We assumed that this fire that melts and hurts was safe in our hearts and no one would have to know, no one has to get burned, bear marks of this uncertain change that leaves us strangers to the ones we love. That makes it difficult to act like what we used to be, whenContinue reading ““Assumption” – Nayana Nair”