“Glow in dark” – Nayana Nair

it was once possibleto be a parrot who was a doctorwho sang in a choir of angelswho saved the world from villainswith ridiculously evil funny names. it was easy to speak of wants-a pair of shoes with lightsand a glow in dark radium cello tapeand an army uniform and cream rollsand a tiara with anythingContinue reading ““Glow in dark” – Nayana Nair”

“Forget the Monster” – Nayana Nair

I try to forget the monster so that I can somehow live.I try to forget the monsteronly to feel myself in his grip,only to see my skin turn into his.I close my eyesand try to forget the monster under my skin.

“Hope you feel the same” – Nayana Nair

I read about the life you left behind.About the days when love couldn’t protect anyone.Days when there rose a necessary evil in you.It seems once you were good enough to fall for the traps that I live in.I wish I had known the fragile you,but maybe it is all for the best,for my cruelty walksContinue reading ““Hope you feel the same” – Nayana Nair”

“No Other Choice” – Nayana Nair

When I held your hands, you told me I am calculating. When I listened to your worries you told me that it is because I have no other choice, because I have no one else anyway. When I cried you told me I am manipulating. When I speak of my feelings for you, you tellContinue reading ““No Other Choice” – Nayana Nair”

“Smile and Call it Love” – Nayana Nair

From the day that I resolved to create a door in my life for you to move out me, to forget you, to even hate you, if it becomes necessary. I thought resolve was all I needed to get rid of the poison that you had become, to create space for myself to grow into,Continue reading ““Smile and Call it Love” – Nayana Nair”

“Something Evil” – Nayana Nair

If ever there was something evil it must be love that seeps into our heart making us belief that we want things that we never actually wanted, without which we were living just fine. It must be losing people that were never ours and wanting what brings us pain. Fixing one thing after another toContinue reading ““Something Evil” – Nayana Nair”