By Kapilendra Das in General Literary | Reads: 1,343 | Likes: 22
LOCKDOWN’S IMPACT: NO END OF INDIA’S CRISIS                                                                    &n 
Published on May 16,2020 12:04 PM
An Illusion of Love midst Excursion
By Pooja Arya in Poetry | Reads: 879 | Likes: 22
An illusion of Love midst Excursion. Fooled by your eyes,I was seeing another lie..Waiting to feel shy,And you've only let me die? To show you thy affection, ignited the passion;Only to be labeled as an Illusion was your decision! Blinded by emotions, I could only surrender;Whilst my skin ripped, I   Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 09:59 PM
Mind's questionnaire
By sai satwika in Poetry | Reads: 545 | Likes: 22
Now its time for my thoughts to share it with others as words Now its time for my words to turn into actions Now its time for my actions to face the reality But still what am I doing? Hiding back my thoughts Using some other words Muddled with my actions Frightened to face the reality My time is sca  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 10:42 AM
By Prakash in General Literary | Reads: 982 | Likes: 21
MILITARY SOLUTION By Commodore G Prakash (retired)   We called him Maangaandi (Malayalam for mango kernel). We named him so, in celebration of the numerous shrunken mango kernels, with thin strands of fibre sticking on them, that littered our school. These were discarded by the cadets after enj  Read More...
Published on Apr 12,2020 03:09 PM
By Sudipta Narayan Das in General Literary | Reads: 1,321 | Likes: 21
A PIECE OF CLAY Sridhar was busy at his desk when all of a sudden daughter Laxmi came running into the room. ‘Daddy there is a little boy sitting at our entrance,’ she said. Shreedhar looked at her and then got back to what he was doing. Little Laxmi went out. After a while Laxmi was ba  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 10:44 PM
Not thou
By Muz_aina_kurikkal in Poetry | Reads: 373 | Likes: 21
           Her heart may fall for mist and snow,             but not you.             Her heart may fall for garden of red                      r  Read More...
Published on Apr 4,2020 04:59 PM
Spy's house
By Lavanya Chandrasekaran in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 1,384 | Likes: 21
Of all the webs ever spun, Spy lived with the pride that his home was the best. He wasn't wrong, it was indeed the largest and most magnificently spun web of all.  Spy had been in his youth when he had moved into the house of the Human. The human had accidentally brought Spy with him when he w  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 02:33 PM
By Kavindi M. Jayasinghe in Poetry | Reads: 1,895 | Likes: 21
Haven't seen you in months, you've been away. Dreams about you awaken desires in me. They are soft, innocent in a way Searching, wanting your love in a lonesome sea. To run my fingers through your hair , To watch that smile cross your face, Like a shooting star on the night sky, so bare. To stay wra  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 05:48 PM
See You In Another World
By Alisha Nandeshwar in Poetry | Reads: 992 | Likes: 21
I’ll see you in another world, my love, The world which would be far better than this, Where there would be beacons of joy and pure bliss. Where we being together won’t feel amiss, Where there would be a delight in every flutter of the kiss. I’ll see you in another world, my love,  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 07:41 PM
By CHARU DHARSHINI in General Literary | Reads: 566 | Likes: 20
I just want to write my heart out..  In this life where everyone wants to feel that unconditional love, affection, care....  Everyone are selfish when it comes to happiness,  And few are out there who are ready to give up their happiness to just see a smile on your face...  Life  Read More...
Published on Apr 4,2020 06:15 PM
Tomorrow- the luxury of time
By ANWESHA DEB in Poetry | Reads: 888 | Likes: 20
The last time when I woke up, People were in some rush,  In a rush to be Happy maybe. And, They were alive, atleast they thought to be. The last time when I woke up, People were complaining. Complaining of, Democracy, Fascism & recessed economy. But, They were alive, atleast they thought t  Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 05:38 PM
The Towel
By M.A. Mercier in General Literary | Reads: 352 | Likes: 20
It used to hang there, the towel of course. By there, I mean on the hanger of the door. We had but one of it and all five of us used the exact same one. It wasn’t washed until we went on a vacation, which was only once in a month. Every month, we used to go to the city to watch circus and it g  Read More...
Published on Jun 10,2020 09:14 AM
Lost summer Days
By sarbajit chowdhury in Poetry | Reads: 568 | Likes: 19
The night was windy, The boisterous brook was a bully, Clouds fit to roar, Rain was about to reach the door. All nature seemed to scream, To negate the reality as a dream. Among these, like a bunch of cyclone, Came a man alone. With all power and manhood at his sleeves, With a grin in his lips, A d  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 08:29 PM
Can We Measure Pain?
By Nazam Riar in Poetry | Reads: 934 | Likes: 19
Can We Measure Pain ?  If there was a way to measure pain  who would you consider is suffering the most ?  the ones locked down in their houses arguing with their beaus over the best way to kill time or the mental health patient who doesn’t even know what has gone wrong could it  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 04:46 PM
Beyond The Horizon
By aditi shrimali in True Story | Reads: 464 | Likes: 19
It was an ordinary monsoon morning and I sipped my usual cup of morning tea, reading a news article about a group of women bikers embarking on an all India journey. I smiled to myself as I remembered how in my teen years I had also harboured a similar dream; to just pack a bag and go off travelling   Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 02:36 AM