“What I Remember (23)” – Nayana Nair

i try to sleep,to forgetthe pain near my spine,to forgetall the hours in front of methat i have no use of.i look at my palmfrom near and from as faras my hands can extend.i notice how my hands have changed.do i like it better now?i wonder if it possibleto like anything about my body now.iContinue reading ““What I Remember (23)” – Nayana Nair”

The Scale of 1 to 10 (part 2)” – Nayana Nair

#about the street where we won’t meet There is a street in my mind, where an often underappreciated singer sings about a love that stands just across the street. Forever they stand there, one trying make up combinations of words, variations of beautiful verses – not to win her heart, but to beg the worldContinue reading “The Scale of 1 to 10 (part 2)” – Nayana Nair”

“Too late to care” – Nayana Nair

There are moments of indifference that once piled up seems more than the years I have lived. There are too many memories where I cannot see anyone but myself running around in a dark cave afraid of everything I bump into. Not knowing that even if I shout if anyone would hear, sometimes fearful ofContinue reading ““Too late to care” – Nayana Nair”

“Melody Unknown”- Nayana Nair

Its hard to breathe, its hard to see, With these tears in my eyes, I can barely move, I can barely stand, On this pile of misery and lies. . . Bubbles of happiness I see below, From this pile that stands tall, I want to be there, not here, But my heart can’t bearContinue reading ““Melody Unknown”- Nayana Nair”