Stop the Rickshaw
By Aastha Mehndirata in Poetry | Reads: 176 | Likes: 1
As I settled in a half-painted, rusted rickshaw, And sat on the torn black seat,  I told the rickshaw driver where to go, And he nodded his head.    When I was halfway there,  I asked the rickshaw diver, “Why are you driving so slowly” in my fluent Hindi, He remarked   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:41 PM
Ways to Combat Corona virus
By Jose Heavena Fernando in True Story | Reads: 967 | Likes: 1
The pandemic outbreak of Corona virus, infecting humans needs to get combat by strengthening the immune system of oneself.As the viral particles is all in the air droplets,we have to protect ourselves by improving our immune system.Rather than working on the viruses, it's is suggested to work on our  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:40 PM
A Horrifying Dream with a bit FUN
By Harshit Goyal (Lucifer) in Horror | Reads: 329 | Likes: 1
The following incident is of my real life and is taken from my book "JOURNEY WITH A DEMON" [It was a very pleasant and sunny day but suddenly cloud had surrounded all over the sky making the place dark and cloudy, suddenly some eerie sounds started to come which started horrifying me and it started  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:37 PM
तीसरा विश्व युद्ध
By RAVI KUMAR "Maahi" in Poetry | Reads: 328 | Likes: 2
“ तीसरा विश्व युद्ध “ तीसरा विश्व युद्ध होगा सोच रहे थे  तोपें गोले बारूद से एक दूसरे को नोच रहे थे  शक्तिशाल  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:37 PM
Your Advent.
By Ankita Saha in Poetry | Reads: 300 | Likes: 1
I sensed your coming, I knew your being, Quite apparently, Quite before you had arrived.   On a plain summer afternoon, While the world outside lagged a little, I was resting on the chair, slackly as ever, With my fingers holding their cup of tea. The white curtains of the window swung a littl  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:35 PM
If Words Could Speak.
By Ankita Saha in Poetry | Reads: 835 | Likes: 13
The skinny edges against the parched lawn, still drenched in the early morning raindrops, tasted a little cold, gray and soft. I opened my hair and let it fall. So I can feel it more and feel it all, The chill in the breeze, As it brushed through my face, Through its fictitious bareness, Washing off  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:28 PM
By Madhuparna Suman in Horror | Reads: 317 | Likes: 2
As you know your mobile has already some artificial intelligence to send automatic replies , paying dues automatically , voice recognition and replying to your queries etc. If our growing technology would give more intelligence to our mobile :January 2nd 2050 , 10:00 in the morning Me : Why didn't y  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:26 PM
My Extraordinary Story
By Benisha Nadar in True Story | Reads: 526 | Likes: 5
Everyone leads a life that's ordinary, as alike every human we live our life fulfilling our basic necessities. We smile, we laugh, we study, we learn from life, we build relationships, we make friends, we party, we sleep, we eat, we give treat, we earn, we burn calories, likewise our every activity   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:25 PM
Silent thought
By nusrat in Romance | Reads: 269 | Likes: 0
Every childhood carried a fairytale story but my best pal Miguel story is different. He grew up with an isolated baby boy child. On 15th April 1995; luckily Miguel was received by the priest in front of the St. John of Goa church in old Goa at 06:30a.m. He was in the safe hand of the holy place and   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:23 PM
By Kartik Thukral in Poetry | Reads: 258 | Likes: 1
Ishq ke toofan me kashtiyan doob Jaya karti he Oofan me is ke kai bastiya ujar jati he, Mukammal karne ko  kab din kafi he , Isme to Sadiya guzar jaya karti he !  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:21 PM
By Aishwarya in General Literary | Reads: 323 | Likes: 0
The past week I had been experiencing something which I had come across so many times before but this time at a whole new level - Desperation. I didn't  know that I could be this badly affected by this feeling. I have been desperately clinging on to something which doesn't and probably will not  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:17 PM
यकीन कर, यकीन से अब पर्दा हुआ है
By Anuj Subrat in Poetry | Reads: 327 | Likes: 2
यक़ीन कर, यक़ीन से अब पर्दा हुआ है मैं जहाँ खड़ा हूँ वहाँ सबने सर झुका लिया है बहुत बुरा हूँ मैं, हर तरफ मिरि ही बुराइयाँ   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:11 PM
माया जाल ! Maya jaal !
By Kartik Thukral in Poetry | Reads: 383 | Likes: 0
माया जाल ! Maya jaal  ! प्यासा प्यासा एक बगूला  आस बड़े  जब जीवन की  भूखा ही मर जाये  लगे   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:10 PM
A Doctor in China
By Kavindi M. Jayasinghe in Poetry | Reads: 1,226 | Likes: 7
Chaos rained all over the country, Helpless was I, with my team A virus, destructive since the day of entry Never did we assume, not even in a dream. We could've controlled it, underestimated did we Just like a common cold, it'll depart away Yet, it strived inside my people's bodies with glee Confir  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:06 PM
The woman looked out of the window...
By Raj Anand in Romance | Reads: 446 | Likes: 0
The woman looked out of the window . . .    The awkwardly beautiful woman quietly looked out of the window listening to the radio; Joan Osborne was wondering ‘if god was one of us’.  She loved the earthy rhythm of the electric guitar, it always reminded her of the wet eart  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 05:53 PM