By Mon in Mystery | Reads: 202 | Likes: 0
Dwelling in the unknown. You faking your throne. Driven by a force unknown to the fool. Altering the unaltered by loosing your own soul.   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:49 PM
Literature behind Bars
By Huzaifa Shakir in General Literary | Reads: 362 | Likes: 2
When we imagine the places where our favorite authors penned their greatest works, a jail usually doesn't come to mind. However, many books that critics rank among the greatest literary works were written when their authors were imprisoned. Solitude and lack of distractions have produced many a grea  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:47 PM
Broken heart
By Anchita Malavia in Poetry | Reads: 110 | Likes: 0
                               Broken heart  She cried through her smile, but no one noticed, She screamed through her mind,but no one heard, She begged through her heart, but all was neglected, She killed herself   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:41 PM
You're their only gemstone so please stay home
By Herteddy in Poetry | Reads: 186 | Likes: 1
There's a storm outside, so please stay inside This time will fly soon But I request all it's passengers to stay home You are the apple of your loved one's eyes Please don't go outside It's healthy for them too if you stay home Even if you've been wandering always Just for a while isolate yoursel  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:37 PM
Are We Humans, After All?
By Gowtham G in True Story | Reads: 224 | Likes: 1
We've created a civilisation hell bent on destroying itself. As a young boy, I had lain on the grass on clear summer evenings and looked up at one of the dots in the night sky and wondered if around that star a planet orbited with beings that could look up from the surface of their world and similar  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:35 PM
After the thunderous night
By Herteddy in Poetry | Reads: 1,385 | Likes: 1
After the thunderous night & all those storm The sea is still  It's like a liquid mirror; Moments before  In the middle of storm I couldn't even see the sky, But now I don't even have to look up And I can see the falling stars; Moments before  I would have disappeared, But now I'm  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:30 PM
The Visitor
By Sudhir Rao in True Story | Reads: 840 | Likes: 9
It was dusk. She walked through the house switching on the lights in the Kitchen, the Pooja Room and the living room. She was alone, as she had often been since she got married years ago. Her husband was out on a Marketing tour, something that happened quite frequently. Her son was abroad and she ho  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:29 PM
On The Night Of The Christmas Eve
By Gowtham G in Horror | Reads: 1,274 | Likes: 3
It was the night of the Christmas Eve and the entire sky was shrouded with complete darkness, yet the place looked so lit up; colourful lights, gleaming billboards, and plenty of street lights. The city was so alive. The narrow, yet the busiest streets of Paris were filled with tiny little snowflake  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:29 PM
Corona of an eclipse
By Rajavi Parekh in Poetry | Reads: 335 | Likes: 1
Maybe  We were on a way  To a catastrophe  Maybe Increasing temperatures Were a sign to stop Maybe The forgotten Humanity  Is the cause Maybe  This is The Corona of an eclipse A lesson to our mistakes Where we come closer By distancing  Where we fight together By waitin  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:27 PM
All by myself
By Mon in Poetry | Reads: 230 | Likes: 1
Shadowed path. Sneak peek a while. Stories untold, strangers known. Tossing around moody hours. Chances let gone, silence nigh me now.    Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:26 PM
By Trisha in Romance | Reads: 146 | 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
What if
By yuga in Poetry | Reads: 154 | Likes: 4
What if all those who wander are lost, What if even Alexa goes on quarantine, What if a sanitizer becomes your favourite kinda birthday gift, What if, We consider it as a  phase of time  And believe  Everything will be fine.... Till then appreciate the hardly witnessed quiet signs and  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:18 PM
The Road that was taken
By Aditi Rawat in Poetry | Reads: 117 | Likes: 0
2 years ago, she rode the bus. It took the road to Delhi,and her graduation commenced.  Admission to prestigious The University of Delhi ,joys knew no bounds.  Everything looks perfect ,but truth was different.  Parents were glad,untill neighbours made them realize , The colleen is   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:01 PM
'Safety first,' She said.
By MOTHI S in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 413 | Likes: 2
I sat on her sofa. She said, 'Two minutes' and left me alone. The only sound which I heard was the song from the sound system. It was her favourite song. The song boosted the mood. The walls of her house were decorated with her paintings. Though I have visited her house several times today I felt di  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:00 PM
By shiva patro in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
Even i ddon't know words never explains our pain until you leaved me.  Even i never thought sometimes smile hides our deepst sorrow.   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:55 PM