“Carve a Chaos” – Nayana Nair

Let’s move closerinto each other’s pores, move into each others mind,where we are bound to lose our way.Let’s blame each other when we miss the chaos of our own mind. Don’t ask me how to return to normal.Normal never existed for us.Our life together has no place for normalcy.How to put a knife on anContinue reading ““Carve a Chaos” – Nayana Nair”

Day 3- Quote Challenge

“You’ve become an accomplice in your own annihilation and there is nothing you can do about it. Everything you do closes a door somewhere ahead of you. And finally there is only one door left.” ― Cormac McCarthy Now I am not sure what this quote exactly makes me feel. But every time I readContinue reading “Day 3- Quote Challenge”

“Not Love” – Nayana Nair

The mountains I must scale and the currents I must swim against are all in you. Love has nothing to do with me wanting to know the storm you have become. I find myself the reason of your flooded cities of hope, the chaotic streets of your mind. I refuse to leave you alone inContinue reading ““Not Love” – Nayana Nair”

“You need me” – Nayana Nair

To some extent I think I always knew that there must be something in your heart that resists my presence. Which is in conflict whether in flesh or in soul because of me. And still craves more of me. I think your heart never got used to me. It just got used to resisting me.Continue reading ““You need me” – Nayana Nair”

“MISREAD” -Nayana Nair

I have stacks and heaps of poems I have misread. Where I filled the blanks which were not meant to be filled. Where I was supposed to stand stupefied by absurdity of life I tried to find some order , some reason. Where I was supposed to sit and listen to worries I gave advice.OrContinue reading ““MISREAD” -Nayana Nair”

“THE ARRIVAL”- Nayana Nair

In the dismal hours Of the darkest nights Time has a habit Of toying with my mind. Sometimes, into untraceable Cracks of thoughts, it disappears. The hands of clock drag themselves Through air of confusion and fear. Through the fate Of abysmal wait. To get rid of this rosy fog Time has put around me,Continue reading ““THE ARRIVAL”- Nayana Nair”