Story Time
By Alka Kansra in General Literary | Reads: 462 | Likes: 10
Story time  Its always an opportunity to listen to music of your choice when on a long drive. The other day while driving back from Delhi after a short stay with my daughter and my little twin grandchildren. We were listening Jagjit Singh. One of his most popular songs “Wo Kagaz Ki Kasht  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 06:17 PM
By Pawan Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 286 | Likes: 10
21:43 18-feb-2030 Dear diary, It was 10 years ago, I skipped writing to you dear. To compensate, here I am, a decade later.   As a young worker in the finance department at Hobse, I would have to travel by train, from Perambur to Taramani. Not much of a motivated guy those days. The jo  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 03:44 PM
By Meenakshi Arora in Poetry | Reads: 398 | Likes: 10
My life was in rush With no peaceful mind Stress & tension Swallowing my time Burdens & burdens in every part Pains filling heart No time to enjoy Everything making me annoy 24x7 thinking of goals & success  I on Was wondering in this whole world where is the happiness?  Then o  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 10:17 PM
I couldn't see myself
By Surbhi Mayach in True Story | Reads: 727 | Likes: 10
I couldn't see myself. Maybe I could. Maybe I did. But only through their eyes who could see nothing but the flaws in me. Some felt bad about having thick legs, while some hated themselves for the stick legs. Only if they knew that within it was all same, dealing with the same devils in a different   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 12:27 PM
By Meenakshi Arora in Poetry | Reads: 671 | Likes: 10
with threatening tunes of thunder, when black clouds cover sky. The rain begins to pour with rhythm of timpani & it is all dark outside when yellow leaves, a few or none, do hang but no flower blossom & hardly a bird fly A mere sight of a green leaf on brown trunk change season  &c  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 10:45 PM
The Cheerleaders are DEAD
By Charmi Jain in Mystery | Reads: 189 | Likes: 10
The weather was always breathtaking in the beautiful town of Lanshire. It was a home to huge daffodil gardens spread all across the town. But.... It was also the home for the most horrendous murder mystery. It all began in the year 2006. Girls started getting missing after school and their bodies we  Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 04:35 PM
I, Me, Myself!
By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 485 | Likes: 10
Sounds so condescending. Isn’t it? But that’s what it has been for some time now in these present times. For me somehow, looking for inspiration everywhere, because sometimes that’s the only choice I have – this period of “I, Me, Myself” also connotes healing &nda  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:58 PM
Bearing new flowers, reaping fruits
By Teesta in General Literary | Reads: 197 | Likes: 10
After the cold harsh winters when the branches are withered, comes a time of sunshine and warmth when the flowers start to bloom. The nature goes through several stages, the gloomy rainfall, the rough winters and the hopeful spring turning into the warm summer. I too went through different stages, I  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 05:44 PM
Sweet Memories
By Reena Gupta in Poetry | Reads: 566 | Likes: 10
You have taken Your last leap Like the autumn leaves Fall from the trees They move with the wind Across the open field They twirl and dance And leave behind The trail of colourful memories An empty space for new life But the scent of past Will remain forever The touch and feel Will never fade away Y  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:45 PM
the sun must arise a day
By Kumar Sabya Sachi in Poetry | Reads: 707 | Likes: 10
When nights are long,Days are weak,There is always hope,That sun rises from the east.When darkness touches the sole,And there is no ray of hope,When you feel alone in the familyNo friends around you to share your painThe day is to believe in yourselfThe sun must rise againWhen you stuck into your da  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 10:18 AM
The Bar
By Gautam Narayan in Sci-fi | Reads: 186 | Likes: 10
I walked into a bar.  The lower frontal lobes of your brain just suited up, ready to jump out of a metaphorical aircraft flying in your head. Awaiting humour as probable instruction.  But no, there is no joke coming this way. Not right now. Steve Miller Band's Joker played over the wall mo  Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 12:08 AM
Why People Die
By Shreeya Katyal in Poetry | Reads: 362 | Likes: 10
Why Selfishness and greed?Love and careIs all that people need.Man was made to live for others,He was made to look beyond himself,To love and care for people with whom this world he shares,For them,He was suppose to be always there.But today I, me, mine has taken place of yours and you,And that's th  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 07:23 PM
कोरोना वायरस
By Bhawna Thakur in Poetry | Reads: 511 | Likes: 10
खुले आसमां में आजाद पंछी की तरह उड़ता था ये इंसान  उसे पता ना था की एक दिन ऐसा तूफान आयेगा , ऐसे घने बादल छायेंगे की व  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 10:43 PM
By Doel Biswas in Romance | Reads: 354 | Likes: 10
                                               HALF A FAIRYTALE     Deathly calm pre 
Published on Jul 26,2020 01:34 AM
By Ruth Beatriz Costa in Romance | Reads: 688 | Likes: 10
  It was the most prolonged five minutes of her life that Mira could think of. She had had a stressful day at work and couldn’t wait to send out the last email before she could walk out of the office doors. Her eagerness hadn’t stemmed from nothing. She had plans! Earlier in the da  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 07:55 PM