“Lookout” – Nayana Nair

The clouds that promised the dripping rain, the desparate run to avoid being drenched, water clogged roads and dripping roofs of buses and houses -in spite of all their promises, all it could do was remind me of places that they will pour on, the places I don’t live in. And how I will wishContinue reading ““Lookout” – Nayana Nair”

“Moment of Contentment”- Nayana Nair

For me, every moment of contentment is often followed by the realization of having a lack of either ambition or the means or ability to achieve it. And though I can live with the lack of both. I often wonder why do we feel the need to be validated by some measure, by some reason,Continue reading ““Moment of Contentment”- Nayana Nair”