“Fossil” – Nayana Nair

Drop by drop the wax fillsthe bucket of broken butterflies. I am falling into another sleep,into another death that is warm,that embraces me like no lover ever has. I feel the pain in my wings, and unlike other daysI try to think that this will never pass.That I will remain like this, with a bitContinue reading ““Fossil” – Nayana Nair”

“New Limitations” – Nayana Nair

I tended to all the brokenness that now remained on your skin after they found you at places where they didn’t want you to be. I hoped it was only your skin that was red and sore. The more silent you sat, the more my heart worried. As you tired to smile for me IContinue reading ““New Limitations” – Nayana Nair”

“Unnoticed” – Nayana Nair

Yesterday, a line etched on my hands slipped away from the skin that once held it so dearly and still I lived on as if the the fate I lived now was the one I was destined for. I like to call it yesterday for it is easy to suppose that we always knew whatContinue reading ““Unnoticed” – Nayana Nair”

“These days” – Nayana Nair

These days I want to stay away from people, who I once called friends, (I think they never called me that) and I have doubts on what I feel. These days I am suffering from an unexplained aversion to human relation and condition. My efforts are spent in avoiding people and small talks. These days,Continue reading ““These days” – Nayana Nair”

“THE FORGOTTEN FACES”- Nayana Nair

(Image taken from albeelucky.blogspot.com) Sitting on the platform, waiting for my train, I look at the unknown faces in vain, Trying to find that person, that face,, That gifted me smiles and was reason for my pain. . Those faces that I can’t recall, It’s a fogged memory a distant call, As if from anotherContinue reading ““THE FORGOTTEN FACES”- Nayana Nair”