I'm not a refugee. I am an immigrant.
By Pinky Ashku in General Literary | Reads: 371 | Likes: 0
  This story is of a village in Punjab called Nanoki a small village located in Nabha Tehsil of Patiala district, Punjab with total 13 families residing where their family. This story is about Nanoki family who had 6 brothers and 2 sisters. One of the younger brother named   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:25 PM
Invisible Lines
By Jatin Khandelwal in War Story | Reads: 379 | Likes: 1
I was the best footballer in my society, except that one day. “So you think you can play better than me?” I asked angrily. I was already annoyed after missing another goal and on top of it, there he was laughing maniacally at me from the sidelines. He nodded in excitement. I scanned him   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:17 PM
The Last Words
By Aparajita Yograj in Sci-fi | Reads: 1,528 | Likes: 5
"Feeling less loved, lonely, depressed, ignored, or frustrated? Feeling like someone's stabbing you in the chest or feeling that you will lose someone or something? You think your mind is full of thoughts and memories that haunt you or that you wanted a better and beautiful life of freedom and selfl  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:17 PM
करोना ने किया बेहाल
By Pinky Ashku in Poetry | Reads: 327 | Likes: 0
करोना ने किया बेहाल आने लगा सबको खयाल हाथ धोते रेहना नही तो मच जाएगा बवाल हो जाओगे बिमार जो पड़ते थे गले वोह करते है   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:12 PM
Corona in Kalyug
By Neeraj Singh in Poetry | Reads: 324 | Likes: 1
Aaj baal gopal ko ladte jhagadte dekha... Maa ko mandir mein aarti karte dekha... Toh socha k kya kamaa raha tha main Ye kaise rishte nibha raha tha main... Bhaiya ne jab aankh dikhaayi, Bhabhi jhatpat Belan laayi... Bachche chehak uthe jab unke... Daadu ne awaaz lagaayi! Aao sab milkar Ludo laao, C  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:09 PM
The Teenage Dream
By Amitha Nair in General Literary | Reads: 406 | Likes: 1
What is it about being a teenager that drives the whole slot crazy? Is it as they say the “Adrenaline Rush” or maybe we are just too exposed to the transition from fantasy to reality. I just saw a teenage boy doing the “I don’t care” act to unravel how cool he was becau  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:09 PM
By Maneesha Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 357 | Likes: 1
Thriving alone  As a heap of stones  Cherishing the warmth  That once shone.  I've seen  Mornings that delved  In sun-soaked dawn  When beaming rays beheld  The dancing feet of glorious sanctity  Marvelled by human genius  Crafted  Conferred to  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:08 PM
मेरे हो यार
By nishant kumar soni in Romance | Reads: 753 | Likes: 1
                             जी भर कर देख ले मुझे यार               जज्बात प्यार के , एहसास यार के   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:07 PM
Emotional Capital Builder SUPERSTAR ✨
By Maneesha in True Story | Reads: 582 | Likes: 0
 My maternal grandmother carved this truth in my soul ,a four year old then  "'god is watching "',hers was the native way of life which is so freeing am forever indebted to her for this armor bestowed on me ,where you see  god in everything. You revere everything. You learn the w  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:06 PM
जिंदगी, प्यार ,धोखा
By Shuvaiba parveen in Poetry | Reads: 615 | Likes: 1
मौत भी जरूरी है,इश्क भी जरूरी है , इश्क़ में धोखा खाना भी जरूरी है इस दर्द से गुजरना भी जरूरी है एक उम्र में इस दर्द को   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:02 PM
By kritika hazarika in Poetry | Reads: 339 | Likes: 1
The night yearned  for shallow breaths  as she lost herself  to some alluring  heaths lying by the abiding calm, surrounded by  the wild sky casting shades in the moonlight  her gleaming soul spoke depths to the ever-changing  night haul.  And of the silences&  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:02 PM
By Namrata Dev in Thriller | Reads: 972 | Likes: 0
The minute I got out of the car and retired my shades to my head the first thing I noticed was how blindingly bright it was and how grateful I was for those shades, now resting on the top of my head. There was a light cool breeze that was refreshing contrasting the sultry atmosphere. I was sweating   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:00 PM
Masculine Human
By Namrata Dev in Poetry | Reads: 194 | Likes: 0
I remember the days When I was free Or at least, felt free Now I’m accustomed To stares that do not agree With me as a person! I’m scanned from head to toe Judged by the four day stubble And anything over that I’m seen as a foe Even when I mean no trouble I can’t look right o  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:55 PM
By Akanksha Raj in Poetry | Reads: 473 | Likes: 3
 खुबसुरती तो मानो बेपनाह बेइंतहा देखी, खिड़की पे खुली जुल्फों में हवा देखी, यू तेरा मुस्कुराना,नज़रे चुराना, देखते   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:55 PM
One World- a dreamscape!
By Anny Ahmed in Poetry | Reads: 435 | Likes: 0
Once there was love The home of comfort. Where all the people stayed together, All the green that wouldn't bother; Spreading love, serving humanity. Now we've broken our bond Due to severe calamity. Unruly,uneven broken space, A long hope of distance. We are losing green emotion; Making the world c  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:55 PM