Short Stories

As I walk along the silvery edge of the blue ocean and gaze at the horizon, I wonder if I should wait for someone special a little longer or search for my lost love   Read More...
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Love and Beloved
I felt blessed, loved, disappointed, allured, and woebegone at the same time. A heart can only pump blood and not break or feel love or I wish that it didn't feel   Read More...
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Solemonised Satire
By ashimaa verma in Stories
Even today they sell similar handkerchieves in a three- pack on the street. I see them when I go to the market, and smoke gets in my eyes. I must have been around si  Read More...
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The Big Importance of Little Things
So drive me to the airport today, take the last flight with me! you and I are in your car, you played my favourite playlist We sit quiet inside the closed up windows  Read More...
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Drive me to the Airport today.
By Sanskrity Mishra in Stories
I looked around the food stalls, searching for my bade nanaji while badi nani was busy conversing with my aunt. Bade nanaji and badi nani were my grandmother's elder  Read More...
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A love like theirs
By Alice Swan in Stories
The Memory Tree “When I was in my early 30s, I was asked what I collected. My watch is from Std VIII, wardrobe is gifted, cell phone is company's and no vehicle ye  Read More...
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The Memory Tree
                                                                 The True Lover           
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The sky looked black with a pinch of blue on it here and there. The wind was moist and calm indicating that it might rain anytime soon. She was sitting on the parape  Read More...
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The Sunset
By Sai Swasthika in Stories
"When I look at that, it reminds me that people are just ashes of dead stars. We are just a collection of atoms that come together for a brief period of time, and th  Read More...
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A letter to you.
2010, New Delhi. I am a 70 year old woman trying to console myself after 13 days long funeral of my husband. In the whole chaos I haven't find time to miss him for o  Read More...
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An Ode for dad’s affection  How empty life is without the presence of dad  Miles away he is still running his old shop relentlessly And miles away I’m still l  Read More...
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An ode for. Dads affection
I hope you have healed and at peace now. I hope you no longer cry yourself to sleep and wake up with a heavy heart.I have a class photo of us in my hands which I fou  Read More...
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To the one I fell out of love with..
A glimpse of you made millions Of people behind you, But I am not the one of beauty chasers, I am a daydreamer With a hope to see a glimpse of you forever...  Read More...
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A glimpse of you
By nishita in Stories
They were not lovers! She lived in a small town with ordinary people, with their small talks and gossips. She came from an ordinary family of small means. She had a   Read More...
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She was a girl of eighth standard .that was the second day of her school she was talking about the new student in her van mate boy's class .as she was talking about   Read More...
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What a coincidence!