General Literary

I was feeling epic
By Khushboo Verma in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
5 years ago, I was walking down a road near my street when I saw this person who was sitting in a park and out of curiosity I went to him and randomly started talking. Obviously, it was very awkward at first to approach but as the conversation moved, it became more spontaneous and comfortable. Oh wa  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 04:32 PM
Game of Bigotry
By akshat kaushal in General Literary | Reads: 234 | Likes: 0
There is a significant difference between majority, And a foul game of bigotry Just because you’re in a larger number, you’ll be powerful? Just because your headcount is low, why your abilities are doubtful?   This is not solely about religious community but about every parted se  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 05:56 PM
To Buddy Or Not To Buddy
By Zain in General Literary | Reads: 117 | Likes: 1
Loss is hard. Especially when you lose a person. People always say these things like “You should move on” and “We can’t control fate” and “You should stay positive”, but it’s all nonsense. Generally, when you get really attached to someone, you are bo  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 07:43 PM
Maa,when will you come???
By Radhu Pillai in General Literary | Reads: 91 | Likes: 0
                                   Maa,when will you come??? My beautiful lovely Maa where are you? When will you come? I want to see u. I know you are an army women, serves the country, protects the country  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 08:27 PM
The Poor Boy
By Mishi Jain in General Literary | Reads: 336 | Likes: 6
They say everyone has a story; and this one is about a boy who sold masks. Once in some distant town, not so long ago, there lived a boy who made a living by roaming the streets and selling masks. He was a young boy about eleven or twelve years old, but his wisdom was way more than others of his age  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 08:39 PM
Seven Steps apart
By Akshita in General Literary | Reads: 120 | Likes: 0
"Are you mad?" someone shouted, while a hand grabbed me by my waist as I was climbing onto the railing of the bridge.  "Yes," I shouted back "Now get away from me" as I pushed away his weight which was pinning me down.  "Think about your family, your friends, and everyone around you." Hi  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 10:33 PM
Abort the BOT Within
By Vishnu in General Literary | Reads: 122 | Likes: 2
Jan 7th, 2015…. The photographer clicks a dreamy wedding picture of the groom kissing the bride with her gown braided with waves at the beach; capturing the best day of their life. Their sparkling eyes tell how madly they are in love with each other, excited to start a new life together. They  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 10:50 PM
Folklore Elements in Perumal Murugan's Poonachi
By V. NITHIYA PARAMESWARI in General Literary | Reads: 194 | Likes: 0
      Perumal Murugan is a remarkable and fabulous writer in the Postmillennial era. His literay works won acclaims across the world. His novels reveals blazing an issue which deals with have an unquestionable Universality. This article presents the lives of Odakkam Hill. Their cultur  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 11:06 PM
Avni
By Vineeta Kohli in General Literary | Reads: 139 | Likes: 1
Dedicated to #T1 may this tragedy never happen again                                                                     &nb  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 12:09 AM
Dear Stranger
By Namrata Dev in General Literary | Reads: 133 | Likes: 0
Dear Stranger, Nice isn't it? It costed me 4000 bucks. I had to cut out two months of Swiggy and Pizza Hut to buy this. Yes, the same gold sequinned knee length dress your envious eyes have been gawking at since I started walking down this road. Oh yes. My watch is working perfectly fine and I did s  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 01:26 AM
A cup of tea
By Janki Hemani in General Literary | Reads: 221 | Likes: 1
She went running to the door holding her 6-month-old baby in one hand and holding her 5-year-old son’s hand with her other hand. But the school bus had left. This means she would have to drop her son to school. After dropping her son, she went home. The baby was hungry so she had to quickly pr  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 02:58 AM
Necessity is the mother of invention
By Amie Madekar in General Literary | Reads: 164 | Likes: 0
Greek philosopher Plato said these words for first time .This picture give reminded it that my mother used say this to me during my childhood which allowed me to think on my own take actions on my own as well as take decision whether career or creative stuffs . It literally means when you need to t  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 03:58 AM
I am a girl
By nedhi amin in General Literary | Reads: 99 | Likes: 0
                             I AM A GIRL        Marriage is an event which every girl dreams about. Parents of every girl child start their saving from the time she is born for their daughters wedding. Usu  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 12:47 PM
The Hopeless Demise
By Dharani in General Literary | Reads: 271 | Likes: 9
Summer times are always meant to be with my grandparents. A patch of blue sky, breezy weather, incorruptible silence, hassle free pathways, unconditional love, peaceful catnap on my grandparents' lap was always defeated by any other expensive wing-ding. We, I mean me and my little brother have this   Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 12:53 PM
Your past narrates your future
By Khushi Jain in General Literary | Reads: 89 | Likes: 0
“Your past narrates your future.” (For all those who think their world is crumbling around) Whatever we do, it bounces back. And there is someone who is supervising this give and take,  otherwise the calculations won’t  be that perfect; we may call him God. At certain poi  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 01:44 PM