धीर रखना सदा अधीर न हो ना
By sadhana Katariya in Poetry | Reads: 129 | Likes: 3
धीर रखना सदा अधीर ना होना, छट जाएंगे गम के ये बादल, फिर से अच्छे दिन आएंगे।  तुफां मे गर उजड़ भी गया घर अपना, तो मिलकर   Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 11:38 PM
The silence
By ravi Rajan in Romance | Reads: 135 | Likes: 3
The decrepit and rusted iron bench, seemed infectious. That was being avoided and was lying in the loneliest part of the park. It was neither afternoon nor evening, still the sky was showing red color and silence. Wind was not whistling a bit, leaves were on alert. For a moment it felt like, time ha  Read More...
Published on May 1,2020 04:13 AM
By Meenakshi Arora in Poetry | Reads: 409 | Likes: 3
Just sitting lonely Confined in four walls  Though room is illuminated  But inside its all dark.  The ordeals I gone through I forgot in busy life  But now i m alone  In my mind they strive.  So hard I try to ignore  But it still gets by  Surrounded with mem  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 12:11 AM
Viral Beauty
By Prateek Dubey in General Literary | Reads: 2,263 | Likes: 3
Adversity blurs everything into nothingness, focusing the attention to the self. Nature has baked this primal response in us for self-preservation. Thankfully, me and my family are safe from the Corona Virus. Therefore, I can indulge in viewing mankind’s fight against this ‘enemy’   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:21 PM
Finding Feet:By Nitesh
By Nitesh Khargonkar in Poetry | Reads: 512 | Likes: 3
The Sun went down and I was on my own, An evening came to see me and I was stranded all alone. Feeling my heart and in search of my mind, Sometimes wisdom is there but intelligence is just so hard to find. Pulling up your socks is harder than to move a cart, It's then heart & mind realise they   Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 09:03 AM
Tera Kamra
By Aquib Javed in Poetry | Reads: 210 | Likes: 3
Tera kamra mujhe kabhi ye ehsas nahi hone Deta ki bahar duniya bikhar rahi hai Mere ghar se sab kuch chala gaya lekin tere kamre se mera Sukun nahi gaya Meri bojhal aankhe Teri lagai hui shamma se roshan hain..mère shaane iski deewar se tik Kar hi rahat pate hain Iske bawajood ke ab Tu yaha n  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 11:11 AM
Walking away
By joshikaa devi in True Story | Reads: 247 | Likes: 3
Do you ever look at a specific moment in your life and wonder will this even make an impact on my future? Tara and varun have been bestfriends since their childhood,they are more like family. Family friends,their parents are friends with each other. Altogether they vibe so well,these are connections  Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 01:27 PM
Lockdown Tale
By Anju in Poetry | Reads: 194 | Likes: 3
The year revamped myriad thatStreets and roads are naked.Vehicles ceased their rotations,And Silence surrounds the nation. A wave from far,And a greet from afar.A mask on the face,And an era of grace. Enduring with the family,To apart from them,Eclectic Emotions whirled Through Soul and Sights. From  Read More...
Published on Aug 7,2020 08:44 PM
Corona cacophony
By Nabanita Bhattacharya in Poetry | Reads: 309 | Likes: 3
As long as it's not me, why care ?Oh it's still afar ! Let me indulge in leisure.Let the world speculate how to retrieve the treasure Called life back to normal. Lockdown isn't terribleIf you have a thing or two to dabble... Standing on an island alone I see the ship of hope,Unable to cope With all   Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 10:30 PM
A Silver Lining!
By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 158 | Likes: 3
We entered several weeks of a stay-at-home directive from the government, as countries around the world battled the worst crises seen in recent times and I digested the enormity of this development. Several systems had to be put in place along with the already existing ones. Lifestyle changes had to  Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 03:03 PM
Saree: A moment of confidence
By Anamika Dutta in Romance | Reads: 138 | Likes: 3
It was 9 A.M in the morning, the sun is quite bright. In the living room pandit ji was chanting some mantra while adjusting the samugri (items) of puja. And I was in the bedroom, trying to fit in that mustard saree with heavy golden border. I have never wearied a saree by myself and that brings me t  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 08:48 AM
By Eunice Nikhila in General Literary | Reads: 239 | Likes: 3
 (The following piece is not about the Pandemic, it is about us during the Pandemic) Pandemic, a very familiar and most ordinarily used word these days. Yeah? True! It has brought us all together to fight against a deadly virus. Never in our wildest dreams had we imagined, the whole world being  Read More...
Published on May 11,2020 12:53 PM
By B.M. Kapoor in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 325 | Likes: 3
The public perception of an army man is of a straight, stiff and disciplined person – usually with a stick in one hand and a mug of beer in the other. As is the case usually, perceptions are not always right. Army has its wit and lighter moments. Service life is full of adventure and challenge  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 11:29 AM
By Ananya Roy in Poetry | Reads: 397 | Likes: 3
Rivers, black and blue run down my body As I stare into the glass, reflecting somebody Morphed beyond recognition; I look like  A human wrapped in a warped leather bag. Yes, that's exactly what I look like, A tattered leather bag,that was born only To reproduce and satitate the urges of A man's  Read More...
Published on May 1,2020 11:05 AM
A Blessing in Disguise
By Purvi in Poetry | Reads: 736 | Likes: 3
Before the pandemic, There was chaos in the neighbourhood,  Gossip, rumours, Banging from construction sites, And barking dogs. At home too, There was turmoil, As urgent problem of the family, Demanded my attention, Requiring my sacrifice,  To marry another religion, For personal gains, By  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 04:38 PM