“Someone is waiting for me” – Nayana Nair

Fog swims over my study table.The glasses grow cold and oldand useless.Again I forget to drink the medicine,the milk, the love that fills my phone.Like I forgot to get vaccinated,to close the door, to wear something warmeven after being remindedhow easy it is to die.Someone is waiting for meto say the words I do notContinue reading ““Someone is waiting for me” – Nayana Nair”

“Now what?” – Nayana Nair

For a change I made breakfast for oneand didn’t cry over it.I didn’t turn back as he packed his favorite partsof this heavy life with me.He didn’t ask me about the things I have hidden away.I felt a bitter thankfulnessthat my memories are mine to keep,that my beautiful moments have been erased from his heart,thatContinue reading ““Now what?” – Nayana Nair”

“What I Remember (19)” – Nayana Nair

there are morningswhen i have forgotten how to forget.i open my eyesonly believing the dream just broken.there are morningswhen i hate myself for waking upand my body for needing reality so much. “i cannot give my heart to you”,i remind myself to say this as i gulp down a glass of chocolate milk,in case someoneContinue reading ““What I Remember (19)” – Nayana Nair”