It's been a while
By Nandini Chakrabarti in Poetry | Reads: 236 | Likes: 0
Closed in the cage,with my dreams dying a little each day,my feet lay coldand my lips are chapped,my mother screams at me,while the kids play,my shoulders overburdened within the circle of life each day.Is the grass still green?I haven’t looked out of my windowand it’s been a while,cigar  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 11:45 PM
The New Mango Story!
By Udaya Kathiravan in General Literary | Reads: 236 | 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: 234 | 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
Rusted Memories
By Namrata Dev in General Literary | Reads: 234 | Likes: 0
The room is enclosed with amethyst walls and matching curtains, an old drum kit rusting in one corner, a mahogany table with sticky notes covering most of its right side, an easy chair with clean and dirty clothes shoved in every possible angle, an unmade bed with the comforter flowing on the floor   Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 02:17 PM
The Little tyrant
By Dharani in Poetry | Reads: 230 | Likes: 0
Cellphone buzzing one after another Wishing to answer, yet I held back I'm here in the lobby, Reminiscing our dreams on our to be little one, As soon as they called me  In a rush, Like a lively little pony, extremely exuberant I set foot in, To see my whispering angel lying, Painted a peck on h  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 12:35 AM
Short poem in which can you find a story ?
By samruddhi in Romance | Reads: 230 | Likes: 0
And yet again I fell for you . There was a year gap of the all the events that passed , And yet I again I thought nothing changed, But you don't know what a year does to a person You know nothing remains the same . Let's start with dinner dates and drives, This year I thought there was a different v  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 01:18 AM
Through Ice and fire
By Dharani in Poetry | Reads: 228 | Likes: 0
Under the roof, I fancy the days I was  trapped in your smoking peppery romance, also Them,your lips tasting like  A succulent midsummer fruit Nights are no more long, Cause darling it's the summer. Under the roof, I fancy Us drenched in the pelting downpour A sudden clasp from behind, fo  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 12:36 AM
The Veil of Innocence
By Samyuktha G in Thriller | Reads: 227 | Likes: 0
There was a couple sitting in the cafe when I walked in. As the light was low, I didn’t know who they were until the woman turned around and I saw it was my wife. I felt a pang of hurt seeing them together, seeing her laugh and being happy, something for which I was no longer a cause of. I kn  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 08:40 PM
Near the Royal Poinciana Tree
By Payal Arun in Romance | Reads: 225 | Likes: 0
Aucky was getting late for college, she packed her lunchbox and surveyed her books. It was that time of early spring when she controlled her emotions for the guy who came to live in her neighborhood! He was tall, wheatish complexion guy of about 6 feet tall and had an athlete body. His rough looks a  Read More...
Published on May 4,2020 08:12 AM
Rainbows and Reality
By Sameeha Mohammed in Poetry | Reads: 223 | Likes: 0
A normal day it was, a normal WhatsApp chat,Until he said "I have something to tell you"Jellyfishes floated inside her, unlike the movies, these jellyfishes made her mind clog She prepared herself to here it-another proposal dialogue;And this time from her best friend. Heat radiated right through he  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 01:38 PM
My musings
By Priyanka Hazra in Poetry | Reads: 222 | Likes: 0
Courage was the backbone of the 9-year-old who sat beside the Reichstag, watching his communist father, while it was burning. He hemmed his eyelids with the thread of cowardice. ⁣ ⁣ The maniac in the streetside has tasted pain because he is a pariah in this world of sophisticated humans with mid  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 12:30 PM
Yesterday and Today
By Dalia in Fantasy | Reads: 222 | Likes: 0
"I" ,the same person of different transitional periods met, “Yesterday" and "Today!"   Yesterday thought,” he was the wisest generation"; Today boasted,” he was the most intelligent generation!" But, both of them forgot,they were the "time-equivalent" of each other! And,what m  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 07:59 PM
Spoils Of War
By Manaal Babu Adam in Mystery | Reads: 220 | Likes: 0
I rummaged through my pockets, desperately looking for it. "Where is it god dammit?! I had it with me", I yelled." Hellooo?! Anybody, please open the door!", I wailed frustrated. I couldn't believe this was happening.... again. I caught the handle, shook it to vain. The cold metal send icy  Read More...
Published on Apr 21,2020 11:37 PM
Silent Nights
By Manaal Babu Adam in Poetry | Reads: 220 | Likes: 0
Hushed by the hoot of an owl, She sat gripping the hem of her skirt,  Wary of his footsteps, up and down,  Until the delicate lining hurt,  In their twentieth autumn daze,  Her words void of her say,  She picked up her broken pieces,  And spilled them on the fire ablaz  Read More...
Published on May 5,2020 03:24 PM
Fruit vendor
By Neema Kumari in General Literary | Reads: 219 | Likes: 0
Walking with his dad, little Nimmi came to a fruit vendor selling guava on the side road. He was an old man having crisscross of wrinkles on his face. His hands were feeble, yet he was packing each fruit picked by customers carefully in a bag and selling them. She saw one customer bargaining with hi  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 10:37 AM