Love & Hope
By jyotika Arora in Poetry | Reads: 271 | Likes: 13
She was sitting in her living room Having an ice cream with a tablespoon Looking up in the brightly lit sky at the Super Pink Moon And once again all her dreams about him starts to bloom The moon with the stars was glittering And while staring at the sky she looked damn charming That day, the sky ha  Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2020 08:00 PM
The perfect letter
By Abhishek Singh in Romance | Reads: 383 | Likes: 13
He had been staring at the blank screen for quite some time now. The blinking cursor seemed to mock his thoughts. This was supposed to be his masterpiece. Words moved across his mind but he couldn't make anything out of them. What was the point of experiencing so much when you can't put it to words?  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:58 AM
By Seema Benedict in True Story | Reads: 557 | Likes: 13
                                                                         A MOTHER WAS BORN   Becoming a mom&rs 
Published on Apr 25,2020 05:41 PM
By Prakash in General Literary | Reads: 425 | Likes: 13
REVENGE OUTSIDE DIVANCHEE'SBy Commodore G PrakashJack was throwing a party.How 24 carat Telegu guy Raju from Pedda Waltair became Jack, was amystery. His mother hated the name. She would get very upset if anyonecalled him Jack in front of her.But the world knew him only as Jack.His good English, sop  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 12:16 AM
Corona the Pandemic
By Shannon Gable in Poetry | Reads: 916 | Likes: 13
And just like that The world goes silent,  And human civilisation is homebound.  The air gets clearer and noise reduced  Vehicles seem to have halted,  And life come to a standstill.  Where the birds chirping hid behind  All the mess of living race,  And the chao  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 03:57 PM
The Diverge
By M.A. Mercier in Poetry | Reads: 157 | Likes: 13
Once I stood, weighing my options, On a diverge . As if being obvious, Then set out on the former.   This path took me to fear, to love, to courage, to anger, to death.   Once I stood, weighing my options, On a diverge. As if being obvious, Then set out on the latter.   This path took  Read More...
Published on Jun 10,2020 12:17 PM
By Aaliya Shireen in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 600 | Likes: 13
                                              I didn’t know I was designed to have such a beautiful destiny. That very day, yes, that was indeed an unexpected day. As I never  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 08:22 PM
Augmented Haunting
By Gautam Narayan in Horror | Reads: 147 | Likes: 13
"it's actually wicked haunted" Zacharia remembered Samuel Cartwright relay this crucial warning to him. Zacharia didn't believe in the supernatural. Nothing was haunted in this universe. Everything was explainable. The MARE or the Multidimensional Augmented Reality Experience that took up Zach's dec  Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 12:13 AM
The Secret
By Aniruthan. C. D in Poetry | Reads: 241 | Likes: 13
Science never true literature never new Yet needs years to prove Every poet wandering with his pen Searching here and there  For a thought to pen Trying to create new less he knew His spade in other's pit His mind in a complex web Never a ebb he drags all in his web Striving to place his wounde  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 04:16 PM
By Kapilendra Das in General Literary | Reads: 1,038 | Likes: 13
COVID–19: HAUNTS INDIA         KAPILENDRA DAS There is a global battle against COVID–19. Why? COVID-19 is an acronym that stands for CORONAVIRUS DISEASE of 2019. It is an alternative name given by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in a press release on 2nd  Read More...
Published on Apr 29,2020 10:51 AM
The Last Time We Kissed
By Yuvraj Singh in Romance | Reads: 700 | Likes: 13
We were on the way to the airport, and everything seemed very dull. We couldn't look at each other even once. And... How could we? Ashish and I were together for almost five years. And now... I was leaving for London, all alone. The silence was soo hurting that I couldn't even gulp my saliva. Every   Read More...
Published on Oct 8,2020 11:41 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
And I still wait
By Aditee Sharma in Poetry | Reads: 189 | Likes: 13
This is the country  Where crime isn’t what is prime, In a country where we say jai hind with pride , Is the same country where humanity and sanity has already died. Where girls don’t feel safe even during bus and auto rides, Where ghastly events occur in streets and corners of the   Read More...
Published on May 4,2020 08:58 PM
By varshi pidugu in General Literary | Reads: 653 | Likes: 13
10:45pm on sunday night ... The door bell rang ! Shobna opened the door and krishna entered the house ,fully drenched in rain .As soon as he entered he started giving instructions to shobna to keep his one and only suit and his only pair of Shoes ready by 7:00 AM next morning as he has a very import  Read More...
Published on Jun 6,2020 02:41 PM
By Urvi Momaya in General Literary | Reads: 675 | Likes: 13
As we all know, the whole world is battling against the coronavirus through lockdowns and social distancing and so is India. Mumbai, the heartbeat and pride of India is the most affected by the virus. So much so that for first time ever; Mumbai’s lifeline, local trains, had to be shut down. It  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 11:16 AM