General Literary

Do you love me? - Part III
By Alisha Nandeshwar in General Literary | Reads: 132 | Likes: 0
Sometimes the ghosts of your past are too strong to let your present be free.   I wake up with a jolt. Again! It seems like it is becoming my morning ritual. I groan and look at my bedside watch to see it is still early in the morning. Great! I don’t have office today but my body still d  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 04:48 PM
One Cold Winter Day
By Arvind Sharma in General Literary | Reads: 98 | Likes: 0
One Cold Winter Day   It was snowing outside. He could sense the cold, although the room was warm and his body was also covered with warm clothes. We pushed his wheelchair nearer the window. He could see the white snowflakes falling on the ground with a soft thud. It was beautiful. He could im  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 05:04 PM
Little Peepal
By Cindy Pereira in General Literary | Reads: 149 | Likes: 0
Peepal Trees or the Sacred Fig Trees are tenacious No, this is not going to be an essay on a tree that is considered holy in India. But a little background will help. This particular tree among others is considered sacred and has been worshiped for over thousands of years. This is a 24-hour oxy  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 05:28 PM
By Amelia Moses in General Literary | Reads: 539 | Likes: 6
 I’ve always wondered about words, where they come from, how they arose, why they mean so much to some and so little to others. Some words bring joy and some, gloom and doom. They say words are powerful, they hold the power to change a person’s life, her path over time. What is it a  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 05:43 PM
The uncertain future of globalisation
By Bhavesh Agarwal in General Literary | Reads: 86 | Likes: 1
Globalisation has been one of the buzzwords of the past 25 years. The Foundation of globalisation is based on Comparative Advantage. Ricardo’s law of Comparative Advantage is an economic term, that refers to an economy’s ability to produce goods and services at a lower opportunity cost t  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 05:38 PM
Bearing new flowers, reaping fruits
By Teesta in General Literary | Reads: 197 | Likes: 10
After the cold harsh winters when the branches are withered, comes a time of sunshine and warmth when the flowers start to bloom. The nature goes through several stages, the gloomy rainfall, the rough winters and the hopeful spring turning into the warm summer. I too went through different stages, I  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 05:44 PM
Collective call to change gears
By Mridula Singh in General Literary | Reads: 196 | Likes: 1
As the pandemic looms high on not just our individual lives but our collective consciousness, let’s talk about how this collective consciousness may be the sole reason responsible to invite this mayhem to the earth. For many it may be a riddle how our collective consciousness works on cosmos.  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 06:13 PM
Writer's thoughts.....
By m.d shireen sulthana in General Literary | Reads: 121 | Likes: 1
      *Quatations  led us motivation                                                   by which..              &nbs 
Published on May 16,2020 08:11 PM
The Gift
By Nisha Joshi in General Literary | Reads: 405 | Likes: 3
The woman sat alone in the train. The tinkle of bells and high-pitched screams of children, clinging to the colorful ponies on the carousel nearby, got on her nerves. She dug out a pair of ear-muffs from a soiled, furrry, red bag that she had stolen last Christmas, from the drunk santa on her street  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 09:22 PM
The Cuckoo's call
By Nivedita D in General Literary | Reads: 137 | Likes: 2
It was a lazy Sunday afternoon and the street was unsurprisingly quiet. The elders were having their precious midday snooze and the kids were glued on to their smartphones much like the way kids were attached to running around in the streets in the good old days. However, the quiet atmosphere was   Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 10:20 PM
I Remember
By Oviya Balan in General Literary | Reads: 87 | Likes: 1
Ever since I left my house, I've had very few encounters with the people from my past. It's been 17 years, and never once have I regretted leaving that place. Even when people ask me if I remembered them, if I remember those middle school days, if I remember being their neighbour, I always have donn  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 10:29 PM
Midnight in Mumbai
By Alisha in General Literary | Reads: 298 | Likes: 3
Malika tried to steady herself as she swayed across the pavement on Marine Drive. Her body seemed to be moving to the gentle rhythm of the waves hitting the embankment.  Why did I drink so much, she cursed, her vision beginning to get hazy. Just a few more steps and I’ll be home, she thou  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 10:37 PM
I will come back
By Harshada in General Literary | Reads: 89 | Likes: 0
I've heard it many times.For a peaceful present and a favourable future, we have to recall the past. Analyze the events that led us to the tragedies, the battles, the aggrements and the reminders we've built. This is how we started. Our hands were clean, no trace of mud or gunpowder left by previous  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 12:27 AM
The Sycamore Tree
By Tanvee Yusuf in General Literary | Reads: 84 | Likes: 0
The first rays of dawn flitted through the glass windows of the room and Jane looked out at the mist covered lawn. She had retreated to her parents' secluded house in the countryside, just days before a lockdown was announced in the city that was now claimed by a deadly virus spreading its venom fas  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 01:06 AM
By Durga Priyadarshini R in General Literary | Reads: 306 | Likes: 3
It’s almost two weeks since my tail started hurting. This is keeping me worried now because grandpa Oscar says a happy wagging tail is one’s magic wand that heals others. I still manage to run everyday withstanding terrible aches that shoot up like haywire across my back, all for to see   Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 03:34 AM