The rule of life
By yusra fatma (Rushi) in Poetry | Reads: 170 | Likes: 4
wow!!! How wonderful is the rule of life, doesn't matter you are telling truth or lie. No one cares you are happy or sad, but everyone will judge you are good or bad. A smile should always be on your face, doesn't fact it is real or fake. If you are a girl and 16-18 is your age, then you have to liv  Read More...
Published on Sep 12,2020 12:30 PM
Zaruri hai na(fight against covid 19)
By shreya saha in Poetry | Reads: 127 | Likes: 4
Mana taqleef hai thodi.. par ye bandis zaruri hai na. Jaan bachani hai agr apno ki.. to ghar pe rehna zaruri hai na. Mana maine dard hota h in sunsaan galiyo ko dekhkr.... par phir se gunje shor in galiyo me. uske lie abhi kaid me rehna zaruri hai na. Chaiye agr roshni faile aane wali diwali me sabk  Read More...
Published on Apr 25,2020 06:56 PM
Yama & Shani-Lords of justice
By Pankaj Dey(Sikander Singh) in Mystery | Reads: 925 | Likes: 4
Justice may be just a piece of some  But for many it is a peace within, Revolution aroused from heat of heart to maintain balance between deeds and rewards, But according to my teacher "justice is that art which provides rewards and punishments with ease." Hinduism preaches that two lords  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 02:01 AM
When was the last time you listened to your heart?
By Alisha Nandeshwar in Poetry | Reads: 195 | Likes: 4
 When was the last time you listened to your heart?   Maybe it was when you decided to steal a treat from the cookie jar. Maybe it was when your little sibling poked you and started a war.   Or maybe it was when you played with colors instead of thinking how they looked on you.    Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 03:53 PM
Love
By Delphin Rushma in Poetry | Reads: 181 | Likes: 4
Love, Love is not dead yet, Love just doesn’t wants to hurt people it cares; Its a hot spring, But disguised as an ice cold glacier, Wanting to be melted and warmed with your embrace my dear; Days and night shall pass but it never lets you forget, Months and years shall pass but it stays the   Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 10:39 AM
He, Quiet One
By Rishabh Chaudhary in True Story | Reads: 30,501 | Likes: 4
 As silent as a pin drop silence, he looked from the corner of the class. Why so? And why not? He doesn’t talk with everyone but whenever he talks he’s like a cucumber. Silence defines him but not us, how will he live amongst us? Thought-provoking thoughts came rushing through my mi  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 07:20 AM
In the world of my dreams
By LUCIFER in Poetry | Reads: 194 | Likes: 4
In the world of my dreams.. I met that girl by the streams A broken soul,with a loving heart Who ,with her looks tears me apart.  Up the hills we walked together Under the star's we sat together The night was lit The moon was bright Sitting beside her, was a wonderful sight I looked at her, an  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 01:10 PM
War birds in Indian airspace
By Priyan R Naik in General Literary | Reads: 583 | Likes: 4
While watching the images of the Rafales arriving in Ambala with a deafening roar, my Sainik School, Bijapur (now Vijayapura) batch mate was enveloped by a wave of nostalgia, as he had been a part of a similar exercise in the 1980’s. About 35 years ago, Air Commodore Pradeep Katti (Retired), then   Read More...
Published on Sep 14,2020 11:40 AM
A PHOTO IN MY HAND
By GURNISH KAUR in Romance | Reads: 139 | Likes: 4
A PHOTO IN MY HAND  Sitting in the room , The couch giving me comfort ,Opening a chamber ,A chamber of my passion .Looking into different photos ,Telling my story ,The story to the places that I travelled, The story of the memories which I made . A photo in my hand ,Where  ,The sun setting in th  Read More...
Published on Sep 14,2020 01:25 PM
Chinna Chinna Aasai
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 444 | Likes: 4
The white line was just ahead, 50 metres at most. But there were three bikes ahead, racing towards it. Eyes narrowing, hunching low over the handlebar, body tense, he revved this accelerator to its limit. With a burst of speed, overtaking the others ahead of him, he crossed the line. The wind whistl  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 03:07 PM
The flash back.
By Ruqaiya in General Literary | Reads: 428 | Likes: 4
The cat with the utmost patience, to glance at her mistress was sitting on her royal mat. As soon as her mistress pirouetted in, she lifted her in her soft hands and ran her fingers through her furry body. With intense love and care she looked at her and excitedly said, “Oh Snow white! Today i  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 08:39 PM
The wannabe writer
By Manasvi Dodiya in True Story | Reads: 186 | Likes: 4
THE WANNABE WRITER. Like everyone, the long tale of Jacob begin with just the mere realization of his interests in imagination of enigmatic scenarios and then putting it on paper. But the scenarios imagined were rather more juvenile."I need something more rational to make it read- worthy" he thought  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 09:20 AM
The travel with the unstolen memory
By Roopini in General Literary | Reads: 213 | Likes: 4
 The cooing winds started twirling across the roads, shaking the swings in the garden , whistling it's own melody to the beats of the rythm well known. With the drizzles marching forward I had to rush to the balcony before the clothes get soaked. Thunder boomed frantically,so I had to switch of  Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 07:41 PM
The Turbulent composure
By Eisha Sethi in Romance | Reads: 2,535 | Likes: 4
A pound on the door broke Sophia’s thoughts. Her head turned towards the closed wooden door. Tears were floating down her cheeks as though she had allowed them to break through the rigid boundaries and flood mercilessly. "Coming, allow me a second", she managed to push the words out of her con  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 03:28 PM
Be The Happiness
By Ananya Bose Roy in General Literary | Reads: 153 | Likes: 4
Mrs. Mallick, a woman in her late 60s is looking out of her bedroom window. She looked preoccupied. Dark clouds of worry hung over the horizons of her mind-scape. The entire world is gradually slipping into the menacing jaws of COVID19, a disease that has reached pandemic proportions. The world has   Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 11:05 PM