By sheeraza irani in Poetry | Reads: 274 | Likes: 0
I was happy at the year ending And all agog for new day coming Just the thing that startled me Was the thing that dominated the glee I turned around to seek out the reason Heard only name,that is Wuhan Wuhan,the city in country china And virus like to English, the shina The virus made itself so peri  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:03 PM
The Austerity of the Mind, The Fragility of the Soul!
By Janhavi in General Literary | Reads: 153 | Likes: 0
The mind says one  The heart says exactly opposite 10x In between these two worlds i sit here wondering if they can ever coexist! I know they can.. but on most days one feels right at times the other feels wrong and more often than not vica versa Many a times it seems like its all untangled fro  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:09 AM
By Trisha in Romance | Reads: 184 | Likes: 0
I knew it was doomed the moment I laid my eyes on him. Tall, tousled hair, that lopsided grin and the vile spark in those beautiful brown eyes. The way he stood, leaning against the wall, his demeanor, screamed "danger" as if beckoning me to run as far as possible never looking back. But it seemed t  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:22 PM
My Portrait By My Pen
By Sanjeev Gargish in Poetry | Reads: 145 | Likes: 0
Sometimes my pen behaves in a rather quirky manner. It just refuses my subjugation, wants to have it's own way.  My "कलम" (pen) has now decided to explore me, portray me. It has written the following composition, exclusively for me. Want to share it with my friends.    All those  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 09:31 AM
By Saba Fatima in Poetry | Reads: 115 | Likes: 0
Conscience was not in Company when Sauntering on the road, placidly, I was struck by a malaise, And was walloped by an evil malediction. A raucous wind had started blowing, And it ravaged my psyche, My life suddenly became scruffy and saturnine, It turned me into a sedate, a psychopath, and I beca  Read More...
Published on Apr 8,2020 06:21 AM
Action & Reaction Formulate Social Distancing
By sanket ghodeswar in General Literary | Reads: 114 | Likes: 0
The minds of the downtrodden or marginalized community can easily be ignited on egotism is the perception of the politician so that they can elevate themselves to top position and to a large extent they are successful in implementing this action plan. The spider ejects its web so that prey can get t  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 06:54 PM
By in Poetry | Reads: 389 | Likes: 0
                Memories            -By Arvind K Pandey  Mind has become the storehouse of memories,Sweet memories which are mine,Which are, of course, my prized possession,When loneliness has gripped me,They surround me slo  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 09:04 AM
The night sky
By khyati Dhawan in Poetry | Reads: 117 | Likes: 0
It all begins with fascination and imagination It was all glorious and bright like the diamonds in a jewellery shop the stars are all spread so wide here is the saptrishi presenting itself to us in the warm weather its a question mark ,I suppose or seven rishis sitting and praying altogether or  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 03:17 PM
By Harshada in Poetry | Reads: 103 | Likes: 0
I just want you to know it still hurts, Not as much as it used to, but just enough to sometimes skip a beat when your name pops up. I just want you to know that the ghosts of the past are still hiding under my bed, Not as many as there were when you left, but scarcely enough to still remind me of y  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 08:00 PM
By Sumitra Krishna in Poetry | Reads: 120 | Likes: 0
“So, how do I tell? My heart's loudest word is no but the quietest voice whispers out of my fear and stops me to grow. The fire in my soul is restless with chaos. The noises hold me back but my silence breaks my prison's bars.” By, Sumitra Krishna    Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 11:48 AM
In a 'manner' of speaking - I
By Rupnarayan Bose in True Story | Reads: 254 | Likes: 0
Episode: 1 Place: A major road junction in Calcutta Time: Mid morning on a weekday I am on my way to deliver a lecture. The venue is the training college of a very prominent Calcutta-based bank. I get off the underground Metro rail, climb up the stairs into bright sunshine, and move towards the lin  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 09:57 AM
The Smoky Senses
By Sumedha Biswas in Poetry | Reads: 121 | Likes: 0
The unprecedented cry Makes one horrify As it is alien To the ones who are downtrodden. Through the hazy glass The inferno could be seen destroying amass. Sitting in the nearby cabin Cries the wretched urchin. For the conflagration Swept his small nation Where lived his parents Now remain here no re  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 03:38 PM
Not a homebody anymore
By Akhila S. Prakash in Poetry | Reads: 128 | Likes: 0
I sit at my desk doing nothing but thinking- weighing my deeds and emotions. With deadlines advancing, days passing in a rush, and works piling in one corner, I take a moment to sit idle, freeing and giving myself some space to breathe, while my mind takes me on a tour to the places that I long to v  Read More...
Published on May 24,2020 10:10 PM
An account book Or phenomenon
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 125 | Likes: 0
An account book Or phenomenon An account book, only numbers matter A phenomenon of experience, numbers don't matter An account book, calculated chatter A phenomenon of experience, all aspects of life An account book, repeating the same thing A phenomenon of experience, moving on to the next dimensio  Read More...
Published on Jul 9,2020 09:57 PM
Work with your words
By NB in General Literary | Reads: 157 | Likes: 0
Words matter a lot? Why the way you express the words and you describe the words matters a lot like you are saying hey pagal how is you? Than everyone will consider it cool but if I say hey mad how is u? Does there meanings change but why being pagal is called ok and when you say mad it is not fine.  Read More...
Published on Aug 27,2020 03:08 PM