The winter rains have found me again but only without you. They ask me of I still believe in eternity and I choose not to answer because I am living in one, even if it not the one I wanted. Your sweet face and words, that are no longer yours, is the only analgesic sleepContinue reading ““Questions on Eternity” – Nayana Nair”
He roamed the cells with missing guards, doors wide open to the world that he once had, that he once loved, but can never face again.
I could say that you are so far away that you cannot know what makes me even if you tried. For I feel the excuse of distance cannot fill this basket that would have been essentially filled with the reasons that are easier to put in mouth but difficult to wrap our heart around. LikeContinue reading ““Rewrite” – Nayana Nair”
Your severe gaze resounds and echoes the meanness only humans have. But your hands melt at anything you touch so that nothing, even water, is disturbed by your presence in this world. How did you learn make that face that kept people at distance and kept them on their toes. How hard was it roamContinue reading ““Burn the Flowers” – Nayana Nair”
Every night I saw that girl who roamed the dark streets with eyes filled with smoke and feet swaying with confusion and power. With clothes that reminded me of night sky. She was out all night to paint the world in the color of her black beautiful broken heart. The many masks of her hungContinue reading ““Out all night”- Nayana Nair”