“As long as I had love” – Nayana Nair

The air fills my lungs,and drowns me and now I remembering things that I shouldn’tI am remembering every moment of my incomplete death.Someone cuts a window in my chest,rips into pieces the words that shouldn’t get out.A rough skin holds me a bit too longwith a bit too much force,a bit too much neglect.“ohhh…it wasContinue reading ““As long as I had love” – Nayana Nair”

“Only Place” – Nayana Nair

The discomfort of the afternoon rains that turns into monologues, into denials, into tear, into slumber and love for the one who can never be lost. Who can only be found in sleep now. They say what I see, what I feel, is what they call dream, just a delusion to avoid. But why onlyContinue reading ““Only Place” – Nayana Nair”

“Lost you to light” – Nayana Nair

I remember the day that I found you with eyes filled with yearning, heart filled with doubt and hands soiled with blood of the your dreams that you murdered everynight. I found you in the land where we had been banished to, from a world of happiness where our loved ones reside. I remember theContinue reading ““Lost you to light” – Nayana Nair”

“Crossing the River” – Nayana Nair

I was on my way to a place that only exists in my mind. And with each footprint I left behind it became more real. And though I know I hated each second of wandering without a map. But I know I loved it too. But sitting by this river. Listening to water eroding theContinue reading ““Crossing the River” – Nayana Nair”