“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”

“she must have been as lovely as you once were” – Nayana Nair

i happened to find a picture of yoursa blue ocean engulfing two shadows it must have killed youto have come back alone to sit and imagine what she could lived likeif you were the one lost and buried in the sea even though you are wretched and she is gonebut it is because you heldContinue reading ““she must have been as lovely as you once were” – Nayana Nair”

“Last Dream” – Nayana Nair

Last night I wanted to dream of you but I couldn’t. The picture of you that I had in my mind was that of the smile that was never yours, just a front for the photographs that you never wanted to be taken. *** And all I could remember about you was how you wouldContinue reading ““Last Dream” – Nayana Nair”

“Distort You” – Nayana Nair

This one. This is the photograph I was telling you about the other day. You see those kids around me, having broader smile than me those are the friends I never had. They will tell you otherwise. What they tell maybe more hopeful than my lies or maybe more sadder than my truth. But IContinue reading ““Distort You” – Nayana Nair”