ज्ञान का प्रकाश
By Smt. Urmila Sheokand in Supernatural | Reads: 1,688 | Likes: 19
ज्ञान का प्रकाश कभी कभी मन क्याें बैचेन होता है... वह भी इस हद तक की ना कुछ बात करने का मन है ना ही कोई काम करने का। ऐसे ल  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:51 PM
My story of strength
By Cheshta Mitra in True Story | Reads: 220 | Likes: 19
I want you all to meet my bestfriend,  My ankle brace, is the one!  It has never left me since the last one year and has always been there whenever I was in pain. It was there to hold my tears back, It has stood strong and rigid by my side, to take away all the pain that I felt.  That  Read More...
Published on May 19,2020 02:39 PM
The tarot card story---It had to happen this way
By vertica asthana in General Literary | Reads: 515 | Likes: 19
“Hi, I am Ambika, please take a seat. And I am so sorry to make you wait for so long”, said the tarot card reader to me in a musical tone. She was a lady in all white embellished attire with a neat hair-bun. Nails were French-manicured and her face was well painted. Prior to the meeting,  Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 08:54 PM
“Zinda hoon yaar kaafi hai”
By vertica asthana in True Story | Reads: 721 | Likes: 19
It was 4:30 PM in evening but the clouds had turned dark and stormy, appearing to be eight at night. Birds were scared and flew to their nests, roads were silent, dried leaves were thrusted from one pole to another and the open doors were banging against the walls. Suddenly, Preman bai, a middle-a  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:46 PM
By Vardhan in Poetry | Reads: 858 | Likes: 18
Darkness is not despair, though we have made it to be. It is not a fear a monster (incorrectly named, for monstrum meant ‘the one who warns’ / we are constant perpetuators of misnomers for we believe the old demons to be gods). It is simply the absence of light, the unknown. And man huma  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:05 AM
Shoe Thief
By Kalpesh Pranali Vedak in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 3,410 | Likes: 18
                            ...............when they walked towards the temple, Sarika looked at a worried Arun. She thought of asking him but then gave up on that thought. Once outside the temple, Sarika saw Arun taking a plastic  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:45 PM
Limbo of the lost
By Kanishka Roy in Thriller | Reads: 667 | Likes: 18
As first impressions go, his were never great. He looked more like a castaway than the captain of a ship. He was in his early 60's. He had shaggy salt and pepper hair  ending at his shoulders. A patch of yellow around his lips faded into a discolored white beard, slowly encroaching it's way do  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 06:44 PM
Galti se mistake !
By Nabanita Bhattacharya in True Story | Reads: 606 | Likes: 18
The restlessness in the mundane life of the newly appointed house wife changed into amazement in the wink of an eye as she stared in awe towards the balcony. From being a full time corporate employee she recently got conferred the title of a housewife..thanks to lockdown. She woke up late that day a  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:01 PM
By Jayasudha Bhaskaran in General Literary | Reads: 1,010 | Likes: 17
The family lived in a small thatched hut which was about to fall off. The hut was abandoned by the owner as it was damaged.They claimed the ownership of the hut from then on as they had no permanent place to live in and lived along the sides of the roads, markets and railway stations. Being a very p  Read More...
Published on Apr 16,2020 04:36 PM
By Aaliya Shireen in Poetry | Reads: 380 | Likes: 17
A huge pause, Neglected all this while A world trap it was, Or maybe a curse And I never dreamt; Life would become so frightening In just a blink. Was it a bestowal?  A wake up call?  Or, was it the perfect time  To gain some morality?  As I stand by the window Embracing the sc  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 10:14 PM
By Jyotsna Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 925 | Likes: 17
I had not seen her in over 20 years, not a glimpse not a word, just an occasional tidbit of news about her and other college friends but … there she was simple and graceful in a peach colored sari, looking beautiful. To me, she would always be beautiful.Some moments are precious, such as this  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 11:04 AM
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in General Literary | Reads: 1,540 | Likes: 17
KOMOREBI The two of them looked at each other, hunger, tiredness and panic reflecting on their young faces. They had been walking all over the deserted landscape for hours together now, in vain. Their last meal was over 15 hours earlier and was now just a fleeting memory.  Their young bodies co  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 01:47 PM
The Test Drive- Part-I
By Malvica in Romance | Reads: 713 | Likes: 17
Let me ask you a question- what do you do when you develop feelings for someone? You will first go through between fluctuating stages of admittance and denial. Then you will start to feel that it's just a phase and it'll pass away, and then before you even know, you're head over heals in love. Now l  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 11:25 AM
Brown Parents & Marriages
By Prerna in True Story | Reads: 409 | Likes: 17
Brown Parents & Marriages Do we all really need to get married? Well, the answer from our most & very respected Brown Society would preferably be a "Yes" but I, a 22 year old would rather choose a "No" to this question.  Well, first  of all what marriages are? A marriage is nothing  Read More...
Published on May 11,2020 04:21 PM
My twin!
By Cheshta Mitra in Poetry | Reads: 298 | Likes: 17
I found you when I felt lonely Realised that you were my one and only. I thought it was real, Little did I know,how helpless it would feel. I thought it was different, How dare you be so ignorant? I summed you up to be my twin, Falling for yet another wrong guy,it has been. How ironic it is to ha  Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 01:59 AM