The Volcano that Erupted
By Sanket Mishra in General Literary | Reads: 22,990 | Likes: 0
“Good Morning, Class.”  “Good Morning, Madam.” The class yelled back in unison.  Mrs. Mohanty was not satisfied. The head mistress had more expectations from 10 years old lungs. “Come on; I did quite hear that. You can do much better. Now once again.” &l  Read More...
Published on Jul 24,2017 08:12 AM
How I Tindered Your Mother?
By Rahul Mehndiratta in True Story | Reads: 16,736 | Likes: 0
Prologue 14th Feb 2017 “Give me love…” I could hear Ed Sheeran playing from the neighboring room. It is Valentines’ Day and my housemate is making love to one of his current flings. And I, like every other year, am single and frustrated. Aargh. I step out of my house to cool  Read More...
Published on Jul 25,2017 09:05 PM
Boundary-less
By Srivathsan in Sci-fi | Reads: 16,130 | Likes: 0
"I love you guys" shouted Narain. "I may not make it" he added. George stretched himself in what seemed like a final desperate attempt to grab Narain. He missed. Narain, the architect of the ideology that drove them on this mission, was dead. Sometime in the past "What if this universe is bounda  Read More...
Published on Jul 9,2017 10:49 AM
Jamie
By Lim Yi Jun in Romance | Reads: 11,980 | Likes: 0
I love Jamie Watkins. When the shards of light cut through the leaves and scatter on her beaming face, the world turns still. I snap the camera and I see Jamie’s green lit eyes twinkling back at me, her head slightly tilted upwards as if she is about to say something. My finger leaves the shut  Read More...
Published on Jul 14,2017 09:18 PM
A Night of Insomnia
By Kimberly Lium in Fantasy | Reads: 11,815 | Likes: 0
“You would not believe your eyes, if ten million fireflies…” It wasn’t “lit up the world as I fell asleep” that was the next line, just like how the original song was supposed to be. Instead, it transitioned into a “AND THIS IS JOHN CENA” meme. Becau  Read More...
Published on Jul 6,2017 01:32 PM
The horror that was Syonan-to
By Low Chem Poo in True Story | Reads: 10,914 | Likes: 0
"Love has its place, as does hate. Peace has its place, as does war. Mercy has its place, as do cruelty and revenge."   That is a succinct quote of Isreali politician Meir Kahane. His rightwing views may be anathemic to democratic values, but the quote is the reality of state of nations through  Read More...
Published on Jul 8,2017 11:41 AM
The Last Letter
By Sophia G in War Story | Reads: 10,690 | Likes: 0
Dear Mother, Thank you for the socks you sent, and the extra letter paper and diary. Writing helps to calm my thoughts after a long day, and I already have enough socks, so I give the ones you send to the men who still have legs (this is my attempt at humor; I guess it’s how we deal with this   Read More...
Published on Jul 5,2017 12:55 PM
A Love Letter to My Homes
By Kimberly Wong in True Story | Reads: 7,070 | Likes: 0
August 2015             I stick out like a sore thumb, and I know it.             It’s the first day of orientation, and all the freshmen and orientation leaders are gathered on the lu  Read More...
Published on Jul 9,2017 05:28 AM
The Attack
By Irina Tjahjana in General Literary | Reads: 6,436 | Likes: 0
It’s probably easy to live with myself, I thought, it shouldn’t be that hard. We live in the 21st century, right? This is normal. The attack would not stop; the fear that people would find out was piercing my neck every single moment. Someone out there would know about how screwed up I   Read More...
Published on Jul 10,2017 08:50 AM
Big Kitty
By Shawn Michael Ambrose in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 5,868 | Likes: 0
Ben Gillman woke up not knowing where he was or how he got there. But what he was certain of, or almost certain of, was that there was an enormous Persian cat standing in front of him smoking a cigar. “Ah, you're awake. Ben, right?” asked the huge feline who was puffing away, blowing he  Read More...
Published on Jul 25,2017 09:22 PM
Maya and her two stowaways
By sarah shamira in True Story | Reads: 5,799 | Likes: 0
I jumped when the school bell suddenly screeched in the classroom, and my pens clattered onto the floor. I was  daydreaming about what to eat for lunch later, that I had not even paid attention to the math lesson. "Class dismissed," I heard the teacher's voice in the background as I squat down   Read More...
Published on Jul 22,2017 09:56 PM
Castaway
By Nikolette Biggerstaff in General Literary | Reads: 5,383 | Likes: 0
It is not the mourning I hear, or the coughs. It is the silence that emanates from my brother’s coffin as it is lowered into the ground ever so carefully, almost as if everyone else knows how fragile my brother is. My mother is standing a few metres away from me, eyes botched from crying, dres  Read More...
Published on Jul 5,2017 03:01 PM
Magic Shoes
By Parul Sharma in Fantasy | Reads: 5,123 | Likes: 0
Once upon a time, there were pair of shoes made by a poor cobler, and sold to a small shoe shop in a small town. Everybody bought shoes there, from the only shoe shop in town. One day a little girl came with her parents to buy a new pair of shoes. She tried many shoes, but could not find the right s  Read More...
Published on Jul 24,2017 10:37 PM
Is it Wrong to Pick Up Girls Like a Research Paper?
By Young Koh in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 5,076 | Likes: 0
Introduction: Justifying the Mess I Made As an adult looking back at life, it is my honest opinion that all I can do about the cringe-worthy moments in my recollection is to justify it as much as I can and move on. But some of these memories linger like the scent of a toilet after someone who ate  Read More...
Published on Jul 6,2017 08:04 PM
Almost Ready
By Audrey Evangeline Lee in Romance | Reads: 5,064 | Likes: 0
Yes. I’m gay.   Yes. I’m in a relationship.   No. I’m not ready to reveal it to the world.   But he is. He had been ready the moment we got together. He wasn’t afraid to tell the world. He doesn't care about what others think. He was so sure of his sexuality,   Read More...
Published on Jul 15,2017 02:45 PM