i sat myself down. i tried fifty-two times. here are the remnants of it: raining off & on, on & off – i can feel it in your breath behind my ear; the slowest lilt & the most beautiful upchuck
Bio: Pitambar Naik is an advertising professional. He reads creative nonfiction for Mud Season
Review. His work appears or is forthcoming in The McNeese Review, Notre Dame Review,
Packingtown Review, Mason Street Review, Ghost City Review, Glass Poetry, The Indian
Quarterly, New Contrast and The World That Belongs To Us HarperCollins India among others.
The Anatomy of Solitude (Hawakal) is his debut book of poetry. He grew up in Odisha, India.