“Always Afraid” – Nayana Nair

Even as we wait we wonder, could we ever know you more than what you have left behind? Knowing that they were the parts of you that you most hated and least loved. We are not sure whom we are waiting for. We are always afraid, that your weakness would be more beautiful than you.Continue reading ““Always Afraid” – Nayana Nair”

“Loss” – Nayana Nair

Surely we have at least a page in every book we write, where we brood over all the things we lost. And I have often found that page to be most meaningful. As if we become better humans by this loss. Often on those pages, I have realized, not all losses are to be criedContinue reading ““Loss” – Nayana Nair”

“Rainbows” – Nayana Nair

We will build a palace from the bygone days, from fading rainbows of love, from our name sweetened with mother’s love, from our days without schedules, and the sleep that never left our eye. Let’s find beautiful smiles to fill our hearts. Let’s build a city, a universe. A world with with melting galciers ofContinue reading ““Rainbows” – Nayana Nair”

“Hopeless Wishes” – Nayana Nair

Our hearts are perpetually suspended in a time that flows around us. And our ghosts pin us to our sins, while we yearn to be the person we were a second ago. Though our heart are full of ashes and smoke of loves we have burned with us. We still hopelessly wish to be withContinue reading ““Hopeless Wishes” – Nayana Nair”

“Days to come” – Nayana Nair

The trees don’t whisper, don’t console me with lies that they have heard too many times. They tell me that this sorrow won’t go away atleast not without me. That there will be days I will look at the empty chair opposite me and my coffee would taste of tears. Days when I would wakeContinue reading ““Days to come” – Nayana Nair”

“Can we?” – Nayana Nair

Can we become better that what we are? We dream of better future. But we become worse, become bitter every time our life runs into our worst dreams. We hope to forget, we hope to let go. But become restless, become hollow looking at the parts we are missing the parts we took from eachContinue reading ““Can we?” – Nayana Nair”