In her loudest, happiest voiceshe told me aboutone of her near-death loves,how she wished her skinwould stop keeping her alive.She laughed at how we bothalways find something awfully painful or ugly in common,how we should probably never call each otherjust to remind each other of the spitethat lives in our blood. I moved her lacklusterContinue reading ““Waiting for the fireworks to end” – Nayana Nair”
I wonder‘me being right’at what point of time it became synonymousto finding out that his heart is empty-my name washed out by the waves of the other girl.The girl whom he swore is not his type.“I was right”, I said as my hand trembled with anger and then fearas I waited for the reply, forContinue reading ““I don’t want to be right anymore” – Nayana Nair”
A lot of life is just running away from what makes you tremble. Finding the strength to come back and look into the eyes of your fear. Only to know that it has grown as much as you have.
I saw you soft as the clouds of heaven. I felt you covered in the condensed drops of love that the whole world breathes out. And I hated you for it. I saw your skin marked with me. I saw the cracks in your smile covered in my kisses. I saw my reflection in yourContinue reading ““Hate You” – Nayana Nair”
This life. These people. Who can shatter at least impact. But I suppose we live in denial. For I don’t think that we will be living this life as we are if we knew how delicate it is. I imagine you hands and their gentle grip. You lips, how they curl when they smile, andContinue reading ““Promised Destiny”- Nayana Nair”