“Assignment” – Nayana Nair

There was that pile of paperI could never keep safe.The crossed out, always crossed out words,words always out of order,words turned beautifulonly because they dissolvedin my frustration.Only because now I cannot read themwithout effort.I must make something out of themsomething that couldn’t possibly be mine. The blue ink dripping,forming planets on unexpected letters,forming planets onContinue reading ““Assignment” – Nayana Nair”

Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award

After a long long time, I am back with another award post.Roshni has nominated me for Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award. I am really thankful that she like my work and considered me worthy of mention on her blog. Means a lot. Here is the link to the award post by Roshni: Vincent Ehindero Blogger AwardContinue reading “Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award”

Things that make me happy

universe fireflie has tagged me in this really sweet post about ten things that make me happy.I will try to answer them to the best of my ability, but it is going to be tough. If you are aware of my writing, you would have noticed that I am more than capable of writing aboutContinue reading “Things that make me happy”

“Fed Up” – Nayana Nair

I am fed up of writing the same sorrowful lines, the same self-pity, the same cries for fairness in a game I’ve quit long ago. I am fed up of this habit of hiding even after the storm has passed.

Three Day Quote Challenge- Day 3

Day 3: “We are inseparable from our deepest want and fear: to be seen as we are.” -Part-broken,Part-whole (https://mentalexotica.wordpress.com/2016/02/25/everything-is-for-you-2/) This quote is from one of my favorite blogs of all time. I just love each and every line this writer (Luna, that’s her name on Twitter) has ever written. It was so difficult to choseContinue reading “Three Day Quote Challenge- Day 3”

“ONE STEP CLOSE”- Nayana Nair

I think a lot, But seldom write. I feel incapable of writing. My thoughts get crystallized In my mind and refuses To flow through my pen. Frozen out of fear. Knowing that with each word I pen, I am one step closer to realizing, That I am ORDINARY.