Fire in the sky
By Andrew Rajkumar in Mystery | Reads: 248 | Likes: 0
Once there lived a king named Uzur (meaning "life" in Tamil). He ruled a small region in southern region of ancient Tamil Nadu. Once Uzur went into his city, in disguise in order to find out whether his subjects face any problems under his rule. He talked to every civilian he met and gathered detail  Read More...
Published on Apr 19,2020 12:55 AM
Over my dead body
By i.chaki in Horror | Reads: 247 | Likes: 0
I cruised along the road, music blasting and headlights tearing through the darkness. Silhouettes of trees on either side bent over like an arch – completing my solitude. I let out a puff of smoke and scattered the ashes out through the window. Let the night eat it up. I could light this worth  Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 08:54 PM
Party Night.
By Sakshi in Thriller | Reads: 247 | Likes: 0
these are the days  when no one cared  about the ceilings that were crackling the walls were too shattering paintings were dusty furniture went crooked and books were no longer opened and then there was me lying unmoved on the floor with two empty glasses looking around, I started thinkin  Read More...
Published on May 5,2020 03:43 PM
By Shreyosi in Romance | Reads: 246 | Likes: 0
  Indolent afternoons, I snuggle up on my favorite bean bag at the Crossword. Smelling my newly bought novel, I fondly go through the excerpt, when suddenly a purple ford on the road catches my attention. And I look outside the window, longer than usual, almost in anticipati  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 09:19 PM
The Green Resurrection
By Albeena Stephen in Poetry | Reads: 244 | Likes: 0
The Green Resurrection Rampant discussions on fairy tales, Of eternal economic growth. When the world around was Breaking down and rushing on, The paths of massive extinction. Greedy financial concerns shunted down, Truths of environmental crisis, From the face of reality. Humans went on bereft of  Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 11:54 AM
A Labour Of Love
By AJAY KUMAR in General Literary | Reads: 244 | Likes: 0
The sun was progressing on its path in the sky and the first rays were beginning to touch some of the houses in the multi-storied slum that was Khora colony. Khora, as it was locally known, was an unauthorized colony lying at the junction of Delhi, Ghaziabad and Noida. None of them claimed responsib  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 05:01 PM
Madness within you.
By Darpan Sain in General Literary | Reads: 243 | Likes: 0
If you have a dream and you don't know how far you will go for it. Then measure the madness within you, You will get the answer by yourself. © Darpan Sain.   Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 05:38 PM
The New Mango Story!
By Udaya Kathiravan in General Literary | Reads: 241 | Likes: 0
Most of Indian/south Indian kids have heard the mango story from Shiva’s family. This new version of the story explores a different line of thread in current era of critical thinking. Good old friend of Shiva’s family, Mr. Naradhar was very much bored with his routine and wanted to visit  Read More...
Published on Apr 4,2020 06:02 PM
A little bit confused
By Riya Shah in Poetry | Reads: 241 | Likes: 0
I often wonder what it's like to be composed, be oriented. But I guess I'm not the only one so clouded. Do you find yourself constantly struggling  to unscramble? Your thoughts,  words or even your dreams! There's always some sort of chaos around yet everything seems so void. While we're c  Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 06:02 PM
By Ruchira Garai in Poetry | Reads: 241 | Likes: 0
You see her face in the crowd Embracing her semblance,  Battling the vicious world Quietly enduring the undeserved penance. She might be the one who was thrashed today,  or maybe, the one with a scar, Perhaps the one declared irrelevant or the one, whose body is at war.  Yet you see   Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 10:08 AM
The strangers house
By ketki verma in Poetry | Reads: 240 | Likes: 0
Its a dark newmoon night Surrounded by silence,  I slowly tip toe towards the strangers door. But it's locked .  I look beneath the door mat, and Ah ! There's the key.  How do I know this ?  It's confusing me.. So I slowly turn the knob, and open the door,  Just enough for m  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 10:57 PM
Cake or Crumble
By Dia Rekhi in Romance | Reads: 239 | Likes: 0
After waiting for half an hour, they finally managed to get a spot at the cafeteria that had become the talk of the town. They got a table right under the tree and settled down on the wooden benches before scanning the premises for a waiter. "Do you see anyone?" Kanika asked as she removed her Rayb  Read More...
Published on May 5,2020 02:16 AM
By Shravanthi Reddy in General Literary | Reads: 238 | Likes: 0
In 1944 A 16-year-old black student in Columbus, Ohio won an essay contest on the theme ‘what to do with Hitler after the war’ by submitting a single sentence. “Put him in black skin and let him live the rest of his life in America.”― Scott Matthews If a 16-year-old c  Read More...
Published on Jun 3,2020 04:56 PM
I'm not a writer but I write
By Iram Fatima in Poetry | Reads: 238 | Likes: 0
I'm not a writer but I write , Sometimes, let the paper be your partner and the pen be your words , And let the words dwell on the paper in the same way the stars festoon the night sky.  I'm not a writer but I write , Let the ink be your sword and the paper be your shield , Guarding you from e  Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 05:23 AM
Between the fingers
By Siddharth Mehrotra in Romance | Reads: 237 | Likes: 0
Between the fingers ❤️ After a long time, leaving all the work behind, he came to see me but the time we had in our hand was too little to share thousands of memories. We spent hours just talking and little by little I found myself falling for him again.  He removed the clips from my hair a  Read More...
Published on May 25,2020 10:10 AM