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My twin!
By Cheshta Mitra in Poetry | Reads: 280 | 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
I am free of Freedom
By Kruti Desai in Mystery | Reads: 411 | Likes: 17
It was a routine life going on so smooth, when a sudden emergence occurred to force everyone locked themselves aloof. But I was not a person remain restricted, I believe in freedom. For few days i continued to meet people and friends unknown from the nurve racking phenomenon.  One day it was bl  Read More...
Published on Apr 25,2020 07:47 PM
Beauty of Pain
By palak mehta in General Literary | Reads: 462 | Likes: 17
If we couldn’t feel pain, we wouldn’t know how to appreciate all of the ways we have been blessed. In an absence of suffering we could never know what bliss is. Without disease and anguish we would never search for answers and cures so that others would not share a similar fate. Pain in   Read More...
Published on Apr 21,2020 05:59 PM
The boy who couldn’t stand
By yuktha in True Story | Reads: 641 | Likes: 17
We were in our orthopaedic rotations in the clinic and it was like any other day, we were reading, talking about books and movies and that’s when an assistant professor called us and asked us to take a close look at a little boy, around 5-6 years old. The assistant proffessor asked the boy to   Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 11:08 AM
THE CHOICE
By Prakash in General Literary | Reads: 1,019 | Likes: 17
THE CHOICE.......By Commodore G Prakash. ... I had to decide quickly between idli vada and puli shaadam (tamarind rice).  Though the train was likely to wait a while for the army of cleaners who had rushed into the bogies to finish their job,  the big crowd who had made it to the 'catering  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 11:12 PM
An unbearable truth
By rutuja prashant patil in General Literary | Reads: 449 | Likes: 17
                         An unbearable truth.....                             It was one of the most relishable night in my life. I was sitting silently on an a  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 04:24 PM
Sexuality Under the Sheets
By Shivangi Arora in Poetry | Reads: 359 | Likes: 17
As I switch off the light, I endure myself with the same plight. I kiss her lips without anyone being in sight. I give her all of my heart but I lose my mind. I look at her innocent eyes which lowkey cries, tired of spilling lies. I promise her, I am going to make it all alright when I am myself tir  Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 06:42 PM
Pandemic Epiphany
By Lamneivah Kipgen in Poetry | Reads: 766 | Likes: 17
We are in the middle of a dreadful pandemic. The world is in chaos. It somehow feels like the end of the world is nearer each day. Like we are on the verge of extinction. Everyone is in confusion. Running home in the last red eye they can catch just to get home. Love ones together. Families reunited  Read More...
Published on Apr 19,2020 09:51 PM
When you speak up…
By Rathna in General Literary | Reads: 249 | Likes: 16
Almost every girl you meet is a fighter, a survivor. She is or was a victim of sexual abuse. Kissed by the unwanted guy, touched inappropriately, looked at inappropriately, talked dirty to, raped! That happy soul you think you know, had cried for help silently at some moment, and decided never to sp  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 10:12 PM
The Box
By A.Shruti in General Literary | Reads: 618 | Likes: 16
Little Myra was the first one to see it in the morning. It lay there in its entire splendor, a beautiful silver box with a big blue bow on top. She screamed in delight. It was the most beautiful box that she had ever seen. Her howls brought in a rush of footsteps towards the room. Soon there was sma  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:48 PM
Qaid
By Oniza Mooniss in Poetry | Reads: 402 | Likes: 16
Kudratein-keher toh dekhiye Kudratein-keher toh dekhiye Jin bezubano ko pinjaron mein qaid kia karte the hum insaan Aaj qaid hue baithe hain khudhi ke aashiyano mein  Read More...
Published on Apr 12,2020 08:24 PM
HIM
By Samiksha Parekh in Poetry | Reads: 422 | Likes: 16
HIM Once again came Monday a working day Once again fear woke up with no gay A little boy was he in school Went all 5 days to make himself a fool An unusual guest was he to this world Boys laughed girls chuckled--Harsh words Loner as he was sat in the corner Longing a company to walk with honour Wha  Read More...
Published on Jun 4,2020 01:12 PM
A day before the wedding
By Buvana Sundari R in Romance | Reads: 263 | Likes: 16
The sound of the waves and cool breeze made her little calm. It was a cool monsoon morning. Leaning over the rails, she stared at the blue-black sky without any thoughts running inside her mind. Seems like it may rain any moment. With every touch of zephyr, her soft silky hair waved over her lifeles  Read More...
Published on Jul 18,2020 12:51 PM
I'm Fine
By Apoorva Vishnuvajhala in Poetry | Reads: 466 | Likes: 16
I am surrounded by people Laughing and talking But soon they will leave  And no one will be watching Laughing on the outside My eyes don’t shine Crying on the inside I tell them I’m fine Even when they ask It doesn’t seem like they care But they don’t know how I feel S  Read More...
Published on Apr 21,2020 10:42 AM
The Enchanted Toadstool
By Nayaab Suhel in Fantasy | Reads: 392 | Likes: 16
The Enchanted Toadstool   Hello! Friends…… How are you? Have you ever travelled in an airplane or a helicopter? I am sure you must have. But have you ever travelled in a toadstool? Yes! You have read it right, ‘a toadstool!’ C’mon I am sure you have not! Don&rsqu  Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 08:23 PM