Courage
By Preity S. in Poetry | Reads: 249 | Likes: 4
                          Courage   Courage......... Is it to pick up the weapon and fight? But I do not have the strength and might. Is it to oppress the weak & laugh at their plight? But I do not have that heart and desire   Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 01:37 PM
Little Miss Leafy leaf
By Radhu Pillai in Poetry | Reads: 123 | Likes: 4
                                         "Little Miss Leafy Leaf" I am the Miss Leafy leaf, who was trapped in the hell. All these years I struggled, to escape from there. I am the Miss Leafy  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 08:17 PM
The Princess and her Roses
By Ashika in Fantasy | Reads: 371 | Likes: 4
The late October winds have gone furious. The lamps that were lit, died as the wind blew through the corridor. The beautiful silk curtains were struggling to set themselves free from the iron rod. Two of the guards came hurriedly to close the balcony doors but the maids barred entry as the princess  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 02:07 AM
THE TERRIFIC DESTINY
By Sangeetha sankarram in Romance | Reads: 308 | Likes: 4
                  It was a dark night and was also raining heavily. There were no movement of people in the road. A man was driving his car with high speed. He was completely tensed and was unable to control his anxiety after the phone call. Suddenly a gi  Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 03:13 PM
MUN KADHAVU
By Chithra Rangarajan in Poetry | Reads: 379 | Likes: 4
I greeted you as a little one in your mom’s arms Your fingers rubbed me kindly as you passed by. In a little while a toddler crawled towards me. I stood solid to support those delicate legs. You glimmered with your incisors. Gradually you ascended and shook me briskly Seeking to venture the u  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:59 PM
Corona and Love positive
By Arpit Agrawal in Romance | Reads: 230 | Likes: 4
Misha removes her gloves, sprinkles sanitizer on her hand, and picks up the phone. ‘Hello Aadiv.’ ‘Hi, now that the lockdown is over after a year, let’s meet. I want to eat Pizza with you.’ ‘Pizza? So much cheese, bad for your heart.’ ‘What bad for my   Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 07:34 AM
THE UNKNOWN LETTER
By Disha Angadi in Mystery | Reads: 259 | Likes: 4
THE UNKNOWN LETTER  That letter lies there right in front of my eyes, do I pick it up or tear it just like I tore up my past and throw it away? How did I reach here? Answer - during my third year of college, my mum passed away, leaving all the questions about her life unanswered . I was only 20  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 09:35 PM
Something which never started
By Khushi Narsingh in Romance | Reads: 128 | Likes: 4
Something which never started. It's been 3 years since we've been in touch with each other. Someone asked me today about "how was he?" And for the first time didn't have an answer. When we were in school, that crowded classroom echoed my silence. And no one knew about "Kriti's" painful life. Parth w  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 09:32 PM
Shores
By RAK~ in Poetry | Reads: 427 | Likes: 4
I walk towards you, Leaving these chaotic city lights behind me, Towards your warmth, Towards a faint silhouette beneath a starless sky... These sands of doubt slow me down, It's not brightness away from the light that I seek in you, It's the comfort that I find in the darkness I yearn more, It's no  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:22 AM
Nature
By Tarun in Poetry | Reads: 115 | Likes: 4
I understand her when I look into her deep  She is all about beauty that peep. She is always dressed up in bright colors  She owns many long trees & rivers  She  is mother of all But now at the stage to fall !!! No food to eat, no water to drink  With pollution we are ma  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 01:33 PM
A LAVENDER DOOR
By Shruti in Poetry | Reads: 200 | Likes: 4
When the sun was about to set, and the birds were flying back to their nest, i was sitting on the terrace with my camera hang around my neck, and was judging my evening sun shoot by pressing forward and back. A house with the color of cement, with a lavender door as an only element, was what I   Read More...
Published on May 25,2020 08:00 PM
Solitary Confinement!
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in General Literary | Reads: 2,458 | Likes: 4
She woke up at 5:10 am, as always, 5 minutes before her mobile alarm would play the Suprabatham, the MS Subbalakshmi version, the one that wakes up nearly all South India. A habit that she had picked from her hostel roommate, in what seemed to be a lifetime ago. She reminisced fondly, stretching her  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:08 AM
Two realities in satire .
By vaibhi narang in General Literary | Reads: 434 | Likes: 4
The family was at home . Everyone together, after the years of hassling to fulfill the wants and needs of life .Music player for the leisure and to make most to pass the time , kitchens stuffed with food more than it ever witnessed on the arrival of gaudy guests in lifetime. Everything was done righ  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 01:43 PM
The Watch
By Aswathy Aliza Philip in General Literary | Reads: 138 | Likes: 4
The fire that broke out in my house destroyed everything. It was especially difficult for us because Appa had passed away only a month back. We hadn't come to terms with his loss, and when the fire happened, it seemed as if we did not have time to deal with his loss. We were almost forced to not gri  Read More...
Published on May 21,2020 09:12 PM
Duniya ki Mehfil se ukta gaya hun ya rab
By moazzam khan in Poetry | Reads: 170 | Likes: 4
Duniya ki Mehfil se ukta gaya hun ya rab Kya lutf uthau khawisho ka Jb dil he Mar gaya ho  Bheed se bhaagu ya Apna kehne Walo se  Dil dhoondta hai asa sukoon mera  Jis par takreer bhi fida ho Marta hun khamoshi par  Yeah arzoo hai meri  Kisi Kone me ek jhopda ho  Azaad   Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 04:34 PM