Holding on to a memory

Woke up at 3 am this morning and stared at the ceiling.

It’s been three days since I got back from my holidays, but my body hasn’t yet learned that the sun does not make an early visit during cold November mornings.

Maybe it’s because my mind is still enacting the sunny stories I lived in.

Still holding on to a moment or a memory.

Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar

And when all the wars are over, a butterfly will still be beautiful’
Bhubaneswar, India


Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar

‘History is remembered by its art, not its war machines’
Bhubaneswar, India


Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar
Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar

‘The flower bloomed and faded. The sun rose and sank. The lover loved and went.’
Bhubaneswar, India


Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar

‘These are the days that must happen to you’
Varkala, India


Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar
Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar

‘And love isn’t something weak people do. Being a romantic takes a hell lot of hope’
Kollam, India


Photograph by Vaishnavi Krishna Kumar

‘It might be possible that the world itself is without meaning’
Kottayam, India


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