“Before Alphabets” – Nayana Nair

Before knowing the alphabetsof your name or mine,I learnt to make you smile.I pluck another flower that makes me sneeze every timebut the silly pathetic me smiles as you smileas I crawl to youlosing balance,losing something similar to heart,as I dress you up in a mountain of petals I clenched too hardhoping you would neverContinue reading ““Before Alphabets” – Nayana Nair”

“Worse than Imperfect” – Nayana Nair

You were the most imperfect person I ever metand have made me believe that I am worse. Or maybe I saw too much of you.so muchthat you made me feel sick of you,sick of myself, and sick of whatever they call love. You stumbled aroundwalking over my feelings,drunk on your pride and your sense ofContinue reading ““Worse than Imperfect” – Nayana Nair”

“Immune to Good Advice” – Nayana Nair

When my own opinions can’t budge the doors that are closed on my face, I run back to these books which list how to think, what to want. I do not look for how it is done I look for what I did wrong. But my mind is so immune to a good advise thatContinue reading ““Immune to Good Advice” – Nayana Nair”