A beautiful end
By khushi kaul in Crime | Reads: 726 | Likes: 50
A Beautiful End - Khushi Kaul   So, it has been a year since I have gone back to my village. I couldn’t breath there. I failed to give justice to Amayesha and Swastik. I have given up. I just feel like that solus Pluto, who is there in the space but can’t find it  Read More...
Published on Jun 26,2020 11:17 AM
That coffee shop down the lane
By Vedika Srivastava in Romance | Reads: 5,956 | Likes: 46
It had just stopped raining. She was there as usual. At the quaint coffee shop around the corner overlooking the street, in her favourite seat... she sat by the window with her favourite hot chocolate with tiny marshmallows floating like shooting stars in the dark blue sky.   The jukebox in the  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 04:24 PM
Who's in for a hunt?
By Amitha Nair in Fantasy | Reads: 1,315 | Likes: 44
“Please! Please! Let me go! Who are you people?” A herd of ferocious creatures dragged Annika along the coarse edges of the ground. The golden feather-like leaves turned to ripping blades piercing through her delicate legs, sketching scars all over her subtle flesh. Her hands streaked th  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:49 PM
By Arpita Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 1,303 | Likes: 44
                                                                     MARINE SYMBIOSIS           &nb 
Published on Jun 14,2020 12:23 AM
Untold Tales
By Nafeez Ahmed in Poetry | Reads: 2,726 | Likes: 44
In a cold breeze of lies , Beyond the nature of true , Aimless wrath of war leads us , To wander around shades of horror , Trembling before us like desolation.  Desperate for humanity , Which realises us who we are , And let on forgot destruction to rationale , In name of evolution , In the mi  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:05 AM
By Chandra Moulieeswar in Thriller | Reads: 718 | Likes: 43
I was on cloud nine when I got a call from an unknown number this morning. Not because it was a girl on the other end, but for the message she conveyed. She congratulated me for emerging as the winner in a lucky draw contest that I had participated a few months ago. Fascinated by the news, I double   Read More...
Published on Jun 5,2020 01:26 AM
By Syeda Ruqia Zaidi in Poetry | Reads: 277 | Likes: 43
Zindagi khatam e gulzar hoti hai Bus qatm yuhi her baar hoti hai Kuch toh badalte chale iss zamane me Shamma yuhi                           nahi roshan her baar hoti hai....   Aye hasrat guzar tu bhi sunle teri bewafai key itne kisse hai ek din key liye hi sahi wafa chu  Read More...
Published on Sep 21,2020 04:03 PM
Eye or I
By Priya N Rao in Poetry | Reads: 1,540 | Likes: 41
EYE OR I? Because only eye can see the world... Because only I can see you... Only eye can see the flower which blooms in the night And only I can see your dreams which glow overnight Only eye can see how the water flows to its destination And only I can see how your thought flows out from your mind  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 05:15 PM
The Redeeming Rain
By Vardhan in Poetry | Reads: 654 | Likes: 39
Huddled beneath a winding arch,  Staring at the endless downpour; Pouring heaven, pouring skies, Pouring heart, pouring lies; Lies, stirrer of debates, yet employed by all, Truth, bitter-sweet, shunned, after all; Drenched through and through,  Drenched with pain, with disgust, Shamelessl  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 07:52 PM
By Asima Nayak in Poetry | Reads: 573 | Likes: 37
In the yellowish dusty burning sand, Longed for an oases in the critic band. He was a mirage that had disappeared; Under the same blue black blurred sky, The pink moon stood high. Clouds bid bye to the palms, Scorching sun kissing the arms. Letting it roll down the lips, To the white cottony pillows  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 08:31 AM
Mid Winter Air
By N.Sowbarnika in Mystery | Reads: 1,924 | Likes: 36
                        MID WINTER AIR An amber streak of light managed to pierce through the tough tainted glass and stubborn satin drapery. It was emitted by the lazy sun, pushing away the hefty winter clouds past 10 o' clock in the Hill   Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 10:02 PM
Love as Easy as Pie?
By Aditi Jain in General Literary | Reads: 1,294 | Likes: 35
Love: As Easy As Pie? Once upon a time, it was a bright sunny day with birds chirping, sky bathing in the Golden rays of the sun and I, sun-kissed, blessed and gratified for life. Alright, I realize how funny that sounds and I will stop immediately. Presumably, everyone reading this is Homo sapiens   Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 03:28 PM
Friend or foe?
By Padmashree in True Story | Reads: 549 | Likes: 34
Bells of my heart rang loud, pupil grew wider, palms started to sweat, lips dried out, mouth ajar and body frozen. How many of you have experienced this state of yourself? Why? Is it always because of the love of your life? Fear begs to differ. Yes. Attraction could make your heart skip a beat, alte  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 11:10 PM
What's your name?
By Spoorthi in Romance | Reads: 1,820 | Likes: 32
Looking at her smile is one of the best things I’ve seen. Not all the girls get that smile. The smile that lightens up my world. The smile that chases me all day long. The smile that pursues my dreams. The smile that makes me smile. The smile which I want to see forever. A couple of weeks ago.  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 05:37 PM
By Prakash in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 2,229 | Likes: 31
A RUSSIAN CONNECTIONBy Commodore G Prakash (Retired)The allure was great and the suspense greater. In fact it had been, for quite some time.The news had been spreading for a few months through hushed whispers. The colourful entry passes for the event finally provided confirmation. Yes, the high  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 12:11 AM