One evening at the terrace
By Adrija Mukherjee (Amaranthine) in Poetry | Reads: 171 | Likes: 1
Today I climbed the terrace With a plate of delicacies in my hand All made by me alone. It's the highest I could climb, farthest I could go. I kept the plate aside as the wind brushed through my hair over the dried sweat of my scalp, And I realised that I am not free to go anywhere like the wind, I  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:28 PM
Covid-19 phobia
By keshav sharma in General Literary | Reads: 583 | Likes: 3
                           Covid-19 Phobia  As some of us know that there was the one of most devastating pandemics in human history, resulting in the death of more than 30% to 60% of population peaking in Europe from 1347 to  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:24 PM
Politics is everywhere
By Payal Arun in General Literary | Reads: 156 | Likes: 0
She was staring at the massive building at city's main road, it was tall and three storeyed. Her grandparent's home. Her parents and she came every year during summer time.She observed her grandma sitting with her father's sister,who had left her husband's home and got permanently settled on the sec  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:15 PM
A stray dog's little story
By Vidya Sampath in Poetry | Reads: 115 | Likes: 0
Can we give a pawshake human?? Stop one minute, listen to us. (Just a minute) Can we give a pawshake human?? Stop one minute, listen to us. You wanted to make this world your only home, now what a pity?!! Your home has now become your only world human.. Earth is for all of us to share in common.. Ca  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:00 PM
The 'Slippery' Love Story
By Arundeep Sivaraj in Fantasy | Reads: 298 | Likes: 1
“This is your room till your test results come. If it is positive, we will decide to either shift you to a hospital or administer treatment here itself. For your safety and for safety of others, we will lock this door from the outside. You have all essentials inside. Food and water will be bro  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:58 PM
They say and some have to hear
By Kaushiki Ishwar in General Literary | Reads: 102 | Likes: 1
They say you are commercial and have an artificial charm about you. They say you are young and immaturity will be evident in the way you’ll guide us in formulating policies. They say you are meant for domesticity and utensils loath men’s hand. They say clothes are meant to cover the fles  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:50 PM
In Praise of Short term love
By Eva Edner in Poetry | Reads: 144 | Likes: 1
Who are you to say Love should be incessant When life itself Is here for a few days Is this life not Worth time and living For it may not Be forever? Then why do you Scorn over love That lasts Less than forever? Learn all you can From this part-time teacher For each has their sole lore Of passion  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:50 PM
Fat that never left!
By Moumita Sinha in True Story | Reads: 257 | Likes: 4
Before starting the story, may I ask you a question? Do you love people who are healthy? What is the first impression you have when you see a person double of your size? No too attractive, isn't it? Well everybody loves having a perfect body. People try different methods to keep up their b  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:38 PM
Rise
By Thea Rose in Poetry | Reads: 419 | Likes: 7
one day will come when your joy turns into ashes in your mouth and that day my debt will be paid Henceforth  I will be whole again the piece of me you oh so viciously stole from me It will return to me and make me whole again I will reborn from the ashes like a Phoenix  and I will rise I w  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:38 PM
बेबसी
By Iqbal Ahmad in General Literary | Reads: 596 | Likes: 2
बेबसी  क्या है ? क्या लज़ीज़ खाने  की ख़्वाहिश होने पर सिर्फ़ दाल रोटी का मुहय्या हो पाना बेबसी है ? या फिर एक बड़ा अफ़सर   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:37 PM
Reflection
By Baisakhi Mukherjee in Poetry | Reads: 243 | Likes: 1
When a small plant start the journey to become a tree Roots are the one who nourishes the plant cost of free. The most heartbreaking thing is that , The whole world values the tree for the flowers that, last for a while But they forget that there is something beneath the ground that,helps that tree   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:37 PM
A Ghazal
By Sanjeev Gargish in Poetry | Reads: 130 | Likes: 0
While rummaging through my old books today, I found a composition of mine written about a year ago.  I have today written the last stanza of the composition and made it मुकम्मल (complete).   (1) जब से उनसे मुहब्बत हो गई है  य  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:36 PM
NEITHER A GERONTOPHILE NOR A PEDOPHILE.
By sakina asghar in Romance | Reads: 171 | Likes: 1
NEITHER A GERONTOPHILE NOR A PEDOPHILE.Scared of dogs I came and held his hand tightly.He looked at me after a while Hey, May l know you? I intertwine my fingers with his My fear has overpowered me I was still I was Scared He was an angel thereHe was magnanimous.The moment barking haltedI tried to s  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:35 PM
The Soul of gold
By Ishagani_Mochii in Crime | Reads: 180 | Likes: 1
Once, there was a man on living on the streets of New York he was very much poor he was so untidy people used to ignore him the day he didn't got any money he stole things from the store and run away and this continued for 1 year but one day he got a disease but he couldn't afford the cost of the tr  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:30 PM
Accumulating More Than Necessary Is Dangerous.
By Sanjeev Gargish in General Literary | Reads: 115 | Likes: 0
Though most of our needs can easily be met by working for few hours per day, still we are rushing like mads, toiling hard.    We, human beings, have degraded ourselves to "money making beings". We are tyrannizing our bodies and brains to make money... more money. Why, What for?     Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:28 PM