Life
By Affan Momin in True Story | Reads: 105 | Likes: 0
 Life teaches us things, the tough way. Life is a test for what you believe in and you shall pass. Hardships, failures are a part of this journey. Not even legal yet but we know pain, we know hurt but we know a plate full of food too. There's always someone better than us and someone who wishes  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 02:38 PM
Pyar Aur Dard
By priyanka agarwalla in Poetry | Reads: 101 | Likes: 0
Asa konsa pyar he jisme dard nahi? Dard ke bina pyar sambhav nahi. Dard wo kadi he jo pyar ko mazbut karti he, Do dilon ko ek dusre se jode rakhti he. Pyar dard se kam nahi hota, Dard pyar ko dur nahi karta. Jab dard hota he tabhi to ehsas hota he, ki kitna chahte he hum ek dusre ko. Unki har choti   Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 03:39 PM
aNsH n her Bacha
By himanshu in Poetry | Reads: 111 | Likes: 0
Teri yaado  khoye khoye rahte hai Din or raat. Kitna bhi mana lo. DIL manta nahi hai  ye ...baat Jinko jaan se bhi jada  Pyar do wahi  Bich raste me chod jate hai. Apno ka sath Miss uh bachaa plz come back.. Your Khaduss  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 10:44 PM
The room of one's own
By Namrata Mukherjee in General Literary | Reads: 106 | Likes: 0
A rented room in an apartment of a fast moving city. The original floor colour and pattern are lost in the quagmire of layers of dirt and various stationery strewn all over. The only source of light, the window, remains closed for days on end. The dim fluorescent bulb hanging from the ceiling has li  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 12:03 PM
Stainless Steel
By Prashant Drolia in Horror | Reads: 127 | Likes: 0
Dr. Eed R was in his office, surrounded by white everywhere. White tiles, white coat, white walls, and even his hair and mustache along with his skin were white. He was also pale with nervousness about the distinguished visitor who was visiting him today. Dr. Eed never had high profile visitors in h  Read More...
Published on Jun 15,2020 10:10 PM
The sun's getting cold, it's snowing...
By Anbudan Miththiran in Poetry | Reads: 214 | Likes: 0
Creatures caught in the scorching heat of the sun, Pray for rain, and creatures caught in the snow ask for graces.   Does the cold breeze blow? Does the hot air just blow? Which of the two will give this? Look at the culture of people who do not recognize that...   Wear air tight shoes an  Read More...
Published on Aug 26,2020 03:37 PM
ALONE
By Nameera Sallum in True Story | Reads: 273 | Likes: 0
I was always alone. I started believing that loneliness is my vibe. I had handful of friends. Out of them, Few were close and the rest were fake. I lost my close friends One by one Which made me strongly believe in loneliness. So strong that, I stopped making friends for a while, About an year or so  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:59 PM
Poetry on :->
By Marium Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 119 | Likes: 0
1.Truth Numerous lie couldn't thee encumber And an ounce of truth e’er spills out Deceptions that thy eyes cause Yet verity hath loudest shout Thy fallacy makest beauteous terrain Adorned, garbed, infeasible to refrain But the naive arm of casualties Slash out heads of iniquities Hencefo  Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 02:18 AM
Mira – The Miracle of My Life
By Priyanka Singh in True Story | Reads: 314 | Likes: 0
“Anil has met with an accident. His wife and parents are dead. He is in a critical condition,” echoed my brother’s voice over the phone. There was a surge of strange emotions inside me as I listened to this, and my thoughts instantly went back in time   Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 03:19 PM
The multi-bagger dream
By Prabindh Sundareson in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 162 | Likes: 0
A new day Everyday with my open eye I see a millionaire I can be Buy on low and sell on high Is what they told to me So is what I do immediately And wait the hours anxiously The next day The next day comes like a bee A sea of red is all I see Hopes vanishing like balls Down steep waterfalls And sti  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 08:51 AM
Vacation untaken
By Neema Kumari in True Story | Reads: 156 | Likes: 0
My granny, in her late 70s, was an active lady. Not ready to sit at home idly and take rest. Here at the young age, we are dealing with white hairs and she still had black hairs in the sea of white hairs. Her eyebrows still black. Every time she called me, she would ask, "Don't you miss the village?  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 09:48 AM
The staircase
By Barsha Priyadarshini in Poetry | Reads: 94 | Likes: 0
The first face off, stuck on the staircase  Not even a word,but gazing in a million ways Still  you will be you and not mine  Just like the twilight and the sunshine   The episode of staring carried on  Until a loud SNEEZE spoiled the fun Now he saw a millions staring    Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 07:19 PM
Cooking with words !!
By preeti gouniyal in Poetry | Reads: 217 | Likes: 0
what  a lovely thought - I thought what special I can cook checking my bookshelves for the recipie book.   instead of book something attracted  me very much  Yessss that's   dust . I told myself leave the recipie book , and subjected   that cleaning  is m  Read More...
Published on Apr 8,2020 12:32 AM
ஆளப்பிறந்தவர்கள் நாம் - சுவி. பாபு T த
By Evg.Babu.T Thomas in General Literary | Reads: 159 | Likes: 0
ஆளப்பிறந்தவர்கள் நாம் - சுவி. பாபு T தாமஸ் பின்பு தேவன் : நமது சாயலாகவும் , நமது ரூபத்தின்படியேயும் மனுஷனை உண்டாக்  Read More...
Published on Apr 12,2020 12:52 PM
Life of a 90's kid
By Sai Tharun in True Story | Reads: 113 | Likes: 0
3 years and 3 months ago, when I left home for the first time in my life to pursue my MBA, I wrote something on Change. Talking like I had any clue what actual change was. Things don't really sink in until they actually go down, and you realise it's a bigger deal than you thought. Until 2 weeks ago,  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 06:29 AM