Promise Me...
By Akansha Dutta in Romance | Reads: 203 | Likes: 4
Haha, destiny... Indeed is something which binds us to people who are meant to be part of our lives and if not part then atleast a memory. I being someone who is always lost, but in love with mystery got pleasant surprises from every tiny moment. We met at a library. I know ironically we weren't sup  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 04:25 PM
A Mysterious Honeymoon
By Raghav Arora in Mystery | Reads: 653 | Likes: 4
A gamut of mischievous raindrops was still on the Groove of facing wooden window of Room 108 Of Hotel Rendezvous, Dalhousie. Twenty minutes had been passed after the naughty rain stopped. Mr. Rohan Sen, along with his newly wedded bride Mrs. Palak Sen, had been recently checked in this sumptuous hot  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 06:07 PM
By Jagpal Singh in General Literary | Reads: 265 | Likes: 4
ChirkutWeather was excellent in the mid-March Sunday morning. I pushed my cycle out for a weekly ride.    I will knock 50 km in two hours, I said to myself.   While paddling on the flyover near our colony, the little voice in the back of the head, I say it ‘Chirkut,&rsquo  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 06:15 PM
The Unseen Vehemence
By Avinash Karakavalasa in Poetry | Reads: 217 | Likes: 4
When everything seems to be normal, You come to me as chaos and tear me apart, Intoxicating my thoughts, making me vulnerable, Stranded all alone, whiffing your fragrance little by little, Makes me want to fly high and cry aloud, Cos I showed only The Unseen Vehemence to you.   Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 02:04 AM
मैं और मेरी खामोशी
By Bhawana lal in Poetry | Reads: 156 | Likes: 4
मैं और मेरी खामोशी  चुपके से करते हैं बातें  वो मुझे सुनाएं मैं उसे सुनाऊं अपनी जजबातें  कहती है खामोशी मेरी    Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 05:44 PM
By Masarrat Panjwani in Poetry | Reads: 148 | Likes: 4
Oh my, that woman, she was like the morning star. She healed all the scars that were far. Oh my, that woman, she was like the morning breeze. She caressed the soul with an appease. Oh my, that woman, she was like a daydream. She enlightened the dream as if it was seventeen. Oh my, that woman, she  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 01:24 AM
The perfect child
By Mohamed in True Story | Reads: 146 | Likes: 4
It’s been 10 days, Sleeping late than normal, Waking up earlier than usual. My body doesn't feel alright, As if it’s trying to tell me something. My sole purpose of being alone just backfired on me. While staring through the broken window, I saw nothing As the the whole world felt &ldquo  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 07:38 PM
Notes From The Other Side
By Harshit Chhabra in Mystery | Reads: 303 | Likes: 4
To whoever reading this, Finally, the time has come. If you’re reading this, I’m dead. This is my suicide note, trying to explain the cause of death. If any authorities are reading this, please hand this letter to my father’s doctor, Doctor Tripathi so he may make a futile attempt   Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 12:18 AM
A Co-Passengers' Humanity
By Ananya Saxena in True Story | Reads: 488 | Likes: 4
I was one of many passengers on board in Delhi metro, with my brother-in-law; travelling from my mother’s place back to my place. I, being pregnant, thought metro to be the safest route to follow and boarded in the ladies coach with my brother-in-law in the very next coach. It was my 8th   Read More...
Published on May 19,2020 08:54 PM
12:13 Local
By Gaurav in Supernatural | Reads: 317 | Likes: 4
He said, in the middle of a crowdy hall of Victoria Terminus close to midnight, 'In the world of viral videos and sensitive men both getting it's due effect, we dwell in this realm of the virtual and the real. The inside and the outside. The light and the shadow. Power and poverty. Say, if I loose m  Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 03:12 PM
The Game
By Somreeta Das in General Literary | Reads: 279 | Likes: 4
Little Prithvi is playing the match puzzle game on his mother’s console. He just can’t break this level. He has been trying for ages it seems to him. But he’s having fun playing it. He has seen his mother play this game every day. Why she calls it work he has no idea. Work is when   Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 04:15 AM
By Ananya Malhotra in General Literary | Reads: 301 | Likes: 4
"How did you keep your calm when everybody around was panicking? ", Tanya was asked by an elderly man as they were getting down the ship that had just touched the shore. The last few hours had been really dreadful for everybody aboard ship Vikram. The journey that started from Mumbai was very calm a  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 10:34 PM
हमें लड़ना होगा !
By ajay madhukar in Poetry | Reads: 171 | Likes: 4
हमें लड़ना होगा ! बन्द करो , ये बात - बात का रोना  जब फेल रही , बीमारी कोरोना ।   हमने खोया नही , अपनो को  जिसने खोया वो   Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 06:40 PM
By JAGANATH RAMESH in Romance | Reads: 234 | Likes: 4
PROMISE I MADE “Mom, Its Felix son’s naming ceremony today evening .are you coming with me ?” asked Yuvan. “Are you serious ?, My only son of age 34  didn’t get married still and  It hurts me daily, but you want to see others happy with their spouse and child&  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 08:17 PM
By Pradipta Dey in General Literary | Reads: 162 | Likes: 4
Hiraeth When the snow starts falling, and the day ventures amidst the white and grey skies of every December, my eyes find my backpack. The first time I had picked it up, I saw white apexes and soiled boots, my legs dangling from atop my father’s back. That was the first time I saw them. The m  Read More...
Published on May 23,2020 09:12 PM