“Threadbare belief” – Nayana Nair

Have we crossed the bridge yet?The one you promisedis just a heartbreak away.The one which would crumbleonce I cross it. I imagine the threadbare braided ropesready to untie and become one with my past.I imagine having to do nothing withhow I have lived so far.It is such a relief to think it is possible. ButContinue reading ““Threadbare belief” – Nayana Nair”

“Childhood Photo” – Nayana Nair

i do not want to be a childwho thinks that the world is this windowwhere i wait for you to return.but i am. and you are also the one who has promised to never return.but you have made many promisesand you have broken so many of it.i guess i am counting on youto stay trueContinue reading ““Childhood Photo” – Nayana Nair”

“Keeping alive the happy me” – Nayana Nair

My day to day wanderings take me to places and people (and websites) who have never known a happy me. I ask them “am i fine today?” and they answer “yes”. So I search the map for a river in a distant city to cry by. So that they continue answering ‘yes’. So I canContinue reading ““Keeping alive the happy me” – Nayana Nair”