in my cramped worldyou find a place for yourself. you become one with all the bright thingsthat i collect at the cost of breaking myself. as you smile, i wonderwhether you have a thing for girlswho have forgotten the taste of truth. i wish you do.i would like to love you once,before you learn toContinue reading ““Easy Girl” – Nayana Nair”
So much of what I have and what I like becomes a statement of who I am, that now before liking anything new I am looking only at my own collage and where it fit in there. There is too little space and too many eyes. I am too small to take in all thisContinue reading ““Better Ways” – Nayana Nair”
While you read my words and said, “How strange is this world!” Sunlight rushed in, to hold a strand of your hair, fell on these pages and cried out like a child, hurt that it could not have you. I smiled to myself knowing what you meant. These words of mine reminded you of theContinue reading ““Defeated Packets” – Nayana Nair”
The time that burnt your lips blue, only burns my hair white. It burns everything so fast that the image of your smile left in my heart, could only be my fate smiling at me and showing me what I can’t have.
The duration of time we speak of as days is just our stories breaking and bleeding from moment to another. The fragments of our memories are just bookmarks to pages with words that has been long erased. And all that we are left with are threads of time suspended in our eyes, that really isn’tContinue reading ““Sparkler’s Trail” – Nayana Nair”
You once sat on my shore. You fell in love with the water in which ships, treasures and lives were lost. The same ocean is taking you in today. You told me, the drops of sea reamining on your hands yearn to touch my eyes again. If so, why wasn’t I taken away? Why amContinue reading ““Blue” – Nayana Nair”
I knew in that moment that I must run out into the darkness and find a way that even the streetlights avoid. Find a place with no roads where flowers of new season will hide my unsure steps. I knew I had to run away Or I will never be the same. So that IContinue reading ““Must Run” – Nayana Nair”
It was more or less like waiting Only there was no excuse of distance between them Though they walked hand-in-hand, they knew this was not all they could be. Just like noises of traffic merging in the call of birds. They knew the love they want and the love they have was not so muchContinue reading ““More or Less” – Nayana Nair”