“in the light that smiles nonetheless” – Nayana Nair

that’s where my anger lives on the mud stains of a size 7 shoesswimming on the white floor of my small apartment. in the plants uprooted, in the marigolds strewnand trampled on, in the light that smiles nonetheless. on the streets where lives my fear – that finds meand almost kills me, every time iContinue reading ““in the light that smiles nonetheless” – Nayana Nair”

“What I Remember(4)” – Nayana Nair

I tell myself that I have nothing worth saying and that no one wants to listen. I know this because I have tried to speak my mind and in best cases I have been told that my mind is not that right, that the experience that I speak from doesn’t exist for them, so theyContinue reading ““What I Remember(4)” – Nayana Nair”

“Keep Peace” – Nayana Nair

I could be anything I wanted but not her. She thinks too less about wanting the right things, about wanting things that are lying around in the debris of Lego buildings broken by hands of a small gods who gets bored easily. If she really wanted to feel what fulfillment feels like she could haveContinue reading ““Keep Peace” – Nayana Nair”