“Glow in dark” – Nayana Nair

it was once possibleto be a parrot who was a doctorwho sang in a choir of angelswho saved the world from villainswith ridiculously evil funny names. it was easy to speak of wants-a pair of shoes with lightsand a glow in dark radium cello tapeand an army uniform and cream rollsand a tiara with anythingContinue reading ““Glow in dark” – Nayana Nair”

“Redefining my Happiness” – Nayana Nair

so as the last effort to rescue methey came in,dressed in the ultimate cool lifestyle. they handed me all the tools that i might needto break away from the ‘sad’ in me.they filled me up with clocks that told the wrong time,told me that i would get used to the thrill of it. told meContinue reading ““Redefining my Happiness” – Nayana Nair”

“Another fracture in the world” – Nayana Nair

The light over him has seen his wrist caught in emotion waiting for words to come and rescue this body that is defeated by passing time, that leaves it behind in the memory it wants, memory it hates, the memory that drains the blue from the night and fills this breaking cracking world with theContinue reading ““Another fracture in the world” – Nayana Nair”

“Crises” – Nayana Nair

The small crises of my day-to-day life that seem like disaster, were nothing more than my heart rebelling against my heart. Of me fighting myself, Of me looking at myself, mocking at myself, crying with myself. Of accepting the solitude I had subjected myself to. Of not knowing a way out of it. Of thinkingContinue reading ““Crises” – Nayana Nair”

“Stop tugging at my clothes” – Nayana Nair

Though I thought it would be difficult. Each step I took with an ease and with a courage that I didn’t know was there in me. No sadness in the world existed in my face or heart, but only a child, a smaller me, tugging at my clothes, telling me to stop trying hard toContinue reading ““Stop tugging at my clothes” – Nayana Nair”