By Chithra Rangarajan in Poetry | Reads: 428 | Likes: 4
I greeted you as a little one in your mom’s arms Your fingers rubbed me kindly as you passed by. In a little while a toddler crawled towards me. I stood solid to support those delicate legs. You glimmered with your incisors. Gradually you ascended and shook me briskly Seeking to venture the u  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:59 PM
The prison school.(பள்ளியான சிறை).
By ??????? ????? in Crime | Reads: 428 | Likes: 1
   She breastfed her infant mother and sent him to school . The boy who is now growing up is in the eighth grade.        The grown boy came home ,one wonderful evening.             "Shouting as mummy" rushed through the house.    Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 10:32 AM
Meditations on Covid 19
By RUDRA KINSHUK in Poetry | Reads: 427 | Likes: 2
  MEDITATIONS ON COVID 19 RUDRA KINSHUK 1. Crawling on the floor to wipe it out with kerosene and a stripe of cloth The front door rattled, a cold wave down the spinal tube While crawling memories of childhood horses thronged desperately, how far displaced from roots Suddenly slipped into the   Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 04:20 PM
A fallen Leaf
By Pavalamani Pragasam in Fantasy | Reads: 427 | Likes: 2
Perhaps this is the last lap of my race. Mellowed and matured. I have reached my autumn and I am content to fold my wings and take rest. Now I simply observe the world around me. Being a leaf on the verge of falling all associations connected with the word "fall" come rushing to my mind. History boo  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:21 PM
Story turned My Life in a Horrifying Journey
By Harshit Goyal (Lucifer) in Horror | Reads: 427 | Likes: 1
 [Once when my father had gone to a place for the business purpose I was with my brother and mother at the sleeping time we use to pay the story game and that day also we played. I told a story which according to them was boring but was the demon calling story and it was unknown to me that it i  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:44 PM
By Debrina Karmakar in True Story | Reads: 427 | Likes: 3
Dear Post lockdown me,  I know you have always wanted to be a part of something "over the top", something only lived once in the history of mankind and here you are, straight out of a dystopia, or should I say, not yet? Friday night now, so what are your weekend plans? Hitting your favourite   Read More...
Published on May 20,2020 12:08 AM
A step in dream.
By Amir Raza in Sci-fi | Reads: 427 | Likes: 1
Ayan a curious eleven years old boy always wanted to explore the world, nor by traveling but by his imagination. He was always lost on the mystery of the atmosphere, one day in a night while walking on the  terrace , he saw the twinkling of star's in the atmosphere, and instant he thought that   Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 09:39 AM
What can I help you with?
By Monika S Gupta in Romance | Reads: 426 | Likes: 5
Strolling through a Calvin Klein outlet in search of a pair of jeans, my cell phone beeped with a notification that she is around, and I must see her. It’s been only a few years, but it seems like ages since I have known her. However, today is special and holy. Just the thought of holding her   Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 12:09 AM
How to Improve Memory for Studying (7 Powerful Tips)
By shailesh rathod in General Literary | Reads: 426 | Likes: 1
How to Improve Memory for Studying (7 Powerful Tips) Do you want to know how to improve your memory for studying? Who doesn’t? After all, it’s the 21st century and there’s so much to learn! Seriously: There’s too much to study in too little time – especially before an e  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:52 AM
By B.M. Kapoor in Travel | Reads: 426 | Likes: 1
When we boarded the flight from Delhi to Hong Kong past 10 pm we did not expect to be served dinner on board at that late hour. We were also apprehensive of our matronly airhostesses who were well into their Fifties. It was a pleasant surprise to find the cabin crew insisting on serving us drinks an  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 09:27 AM
I LOVE YOU MAMA - A True Story
By Sunil Kumar in True Story | Reads: 426 | Likes: 3
The Darkest energy of the universe of "our pre-existence" passed through the divine , holy , selfless , courageous and Supreme lady of this planet , Our Mother . She turned us into flesh and bones from nothing , enliven us with her breath , vigilantly protected us from strenuous and intense peril by  Read More...
Published on May 10,2020 06:48 AM
Change Is The Only Constant
By Simran Sawhney in General Literary | Reads: 426 | Likes: 9
Nothing is static : Earth moving , planets revolving , galaxies floating , heart beating , eyes blinking , blood pumping . Life is changing every moment inside and outside . Being alive is not only breathing , it is the continuous consciousness of changing with the ticking hands of time. Blessed are  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 11:39 PM
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
By Sudhir Rao in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 426 | Likes: 3
It was a sunny Saturday afternoon in Kolkata and a 7-year old boy was skipping along happily. Well, to cut a long story short, that was me. My mother had given me money to buy sweets. Kolkata is home to the Rosogollas (that has been contested by Odisha) and other delicious juicy sweets, so you can i  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 04:42 PM
More than a scooter
By Adarsh Pradeep in General Literary | Reads: 425 | Likes: 9
'He' joined our family when I was 10 years old. My father told me and my sister to wake up early for the Vahana Puja (Ritual performed by Hindus when a new vehicle is bought). I was thrilled, not for the Puja but for the coconut and the Prasad (Offering made to god that is consumed after the Puja) t  Read More...
Published on Apr 28,2020 07:14 PM
அது ஒரு கனாக்காலம்
By Gopinath Samikkannu in Poetry | Reads: 425 | Likes: 0
அதிகாலை 4 மணி  கோலமிடும் பருவப்பெண்கள்... வீதியெங்கும் வீட்டுத்தோட்டத்தின் மலர்மணம்... காணும் இடமெல்லாம் கண  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 04:03 AM