“Summer Mood” – Nayana Nair

my feet relentlessly insiston burning themselvesfor the sake of summer mood. i wear a shirt too big for me.a wear a smile a bit too small.i wear the worry of my parents on my neck. i feel their fearwhen i smile back at strangers.i pretend to be the sand that no one can hurt.i pretendContinue reading ““Summer Mood” – Nayana Nair”

“How many more lines” – Nayana Nair

How many more lines should I write for you to actually see the happiness that creates ripples under my skin at your smile. The sadness that leaves marks on my wrist, on my neck, at the end of everyday. And the comfort of your presence in whose warmth my ever-flowing tears find fingertips that canContinue reading ““How many more lines” – Nayana Nair”

“Be With Me” – Nayana Nair

My pain sits on my shoulder, clings to my neck and sings stories of years that defined me. How it had no one else but me. It was so fierce, yet so fragile. I felt the urge to protect it. From anything. From everything. I wanted to protect it from every cure. I wanted itContinue reading ““Be With Me” – Nayana Nair”