I’m the Black
By Giridhar Alwar in Poetry | Reads: 387 | Likes: 1
When the longest days tests your patience, and The shortest nights give you deep sleep. When the longest path finishes in no time, and The shortest holds you at the beginning. When the longer life gives you no joy, and the shortest death can make you feel complete. When the people stood the long  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:50 PM
Repetetion is boring as hell
By Sathish Thottassery in True Story | Reads: 155 | Likes: 0
Repetetion is boring as hell  It was just beginning of the day. The hospital campus and building was receiving the sunlight warmth gradually. The people movement was picking up momentum slowly. He knocked at the cabin door and stepped into the consultation room. “Hello I am Nandakumar.&r  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:46 PM
The Real Hero
By Giridhar Alwar in General Literary | Reads: 369 | Likes: 1
Once there was a man who lived with all the luxuries. He has given a good life to many, giving jobs through his business. He was an inspiration for the workers and a superhero for his children. All of a sudden, one day, the bank seized all his properties, money, etc for trusting his friend and givin  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:44 PM
Never too late
By Meenakshi Dawer in Poetry | Reads: 110 | Likes: 0
It’s never too late  To bring the change  It’s never too late  To breathe thy fame Drops of rain  Falling on the face Drowns the tears  And hides all fears Path of Life is full of thorns At the end there is a light form Roses may not be a part throughout   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:41 PM
You feel like home
By Dhanya Panicker in Poetry | Reads: 111 | Likes: 0
You feel like home to me, more and more each day. The home that I can rely on, to keep me safe and out of harm's way. You feel like home to me, a seemingly familiar yet exciting array; the more I stay the more I learn of your mysterious, endearing ways. - Dhanya Panicker  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:39 PM
Better Tomorrow
By Meenakshi Dawer in General Literary | Reads: 115 | Likes: 0
#PandemicTime’s #CoronaVirus .....Now is the time to fight back together yet individually. We are all strong fighters in our own unique way. We have built together where we stand today. Today we may bear financial loses, mental fear, emotional insecurities of life and talk about it but we al  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:39 PM
ON TOP OF THE TOWER!
By Kavitha Arjun in Poetry | Reads: 126 | Likes: 0
On Top of the Tower! Delightful Spring just passed by!      Those colorful flowers of mine fell off dried!             Birds that I used to feed sat by my window and cried!   I haven’t seen them at all,   I a  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:39 PM
Being human
By Lina in War Story | Reads: 163 | Likes: 0
BEING HUMAN   it is quite common to be anxious in situations like these.  it could have been worse, if this virus could have erupted out of nowhere in 1800 or something. the fear that this virus could be on any individual surrounding us is just one of the concerns and ergo we are social di  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:38 PM
Never Too Late
By Meenakshi Dawer in General Literary | Reads: 127 | Likes: 0
#PandemicTime’s #CoronaVirus .....Now is the time to fight back together yet individually. We are all strong fighters in our own unique way. We have built together where we stand today. Today we may bear financial loses, mental fear, emotional insecurities of life and talk about it but we al  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:35 PM
Do you have it in you?
By Amol Ramdas Pote in True Story | Reads: 190 | Likes: 0
SHORTAGE OF OFFICER’S Here are the observations made by many people at high prominent levels that contribution from most of the states is noticeably absent in Indian Defence Services as an officer. DO YOU HAVE IT IN YOU? As we know from last many years Indian Armed Forces is facing shortage o  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:31 PM
The Guest
By Anushka Chatterjee in Thriller | Reads: 690 | Likes: 12
“Mom, if you’re reading this, I expect you to call me soon.” The pointer slips off and almost within a pair of restless seconds, the phone tings, tearing the hush of the room. My note has been rightfully dispatched, with no certainty of an answer. I pick up a lately ignored novel f  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:21 PM
Last regret...!
By Bubbly in Romance | Reads: 173 | Likes: 1
“Yesterday I cried like there was no tomorrow...I’m not depressed...but tired...not that things are out of control...they are too hard to handle...not that I can’t do anything...afraid that someone might get hurt of it...!!    It’s a pity...day by day technolog  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:17 PM
Mind of a Beggar Boy
By somya tiwari in True Story | Reads: 137 | Likes: 1
MIND OF A BEGGAR BOy   We’re hungry But we lacking   We can’t even dare ask Cos for us all, eating food is really an heinous task   Their moving out in their cars While we, in here we are, hiding in our infectious scars I wanna go out of here to there But what about these   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:16 PM
Light in the time of darkness
By Bhavana Sanon in General Literary | Reads: 127 | Likes: 0
This short essay is my perspective on the current world situation with the outbreak of Covid-19. Yes, it is disturbing and deadly and it has thrown the mightiest of us on our knees and locked us up like animals in a cage (for a change) fighting for survival; but the world is changing and in some asp  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:04 PM
A MIDDLE AGE TALE
By Prakash in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 576 | Likes: 6
A MIDDLE AGE TALE.........By Commodore G Prakash...... He was born on 17 Dec. Numerology therefore linked his fortunes to the number, 8. This, according to Numerologists, made number 8 extremely good or extremely bad for him. Life regularly landed  him a lot of eights, as car numbers, house nu  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:04 PM