General Literary

Politics is everywhere
By Payal Arun in General Literary | Reads: 157 | Likes: 0
She was staring at the massive building at city's main road, it was tall and three storeyed. Her grandparent's home. Her parents and she came every year during summer time.She observed her grandma sitting with her father's sister,who had left her husband's home and got permanently settled on the sec  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:15 PM
Covid-19 phobia
By keshav sharma in General Literary | Reads: 591 | Likes: 3
                           Covid-19 Phobia  As some of us know that there was the one of most devastating pandemics in human history, resulting in the death of more than 30% to 60% of population peaking in Europe from 1347 to  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:24 PM
Literature behind Bars
By Huzaifa Shakir in General Literary | Reads: 362 | Likes: 2
When we imagine the places where our favorite authors penned their greatest works, a jail usually doesn't come to mind. However, many books that critics rank among the greatest literary works were written when their authors were imprisoned. Solitude and lack of distractions have produced many a grea  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:47 PM
Humanity.
By Arpitha in General Literary | Reads: 180 | Likes: 2
We, humans, are so fortunate as we taught ourselves how to express and how to feel. After all these years of learning, we lack the understanding of what the words 'humanity', 'kindness' and 'compassion' really means and how it would affect each one of us. We don't have an explanation of why we often  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:35 PM
Corona a necessary evil
By srinjoy ghosh in General Literary | Reads: 212 | Likes: 0
CORONA A NECESSARY EVIL   In spite of the fact that we have advanced such a great amount in the field of science, our comprehension of the nature and the universe have extended exponentially through the course of history, yet at the same time, we are so gullible. And hence presumption drove us   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 12:13 AM
Irony!
By Avik Sengupta in General Literary | Reads: 136 | Likes: 0
The men who excruciatingly wanted leaves from their work, Now lay traumatized at their own homes. The holiday-seeking students, Are now praying for normal routine classes. The always flooded worship places, Have now transformed to empty shelters. Those colony watchmen and sweepers who were under-res  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 12:38 AM
I'll stand tall
By Aryan Jain in General Literary | Reads: 119 | Likes: 1
La La La Time! Have some mercy  on me!  Give me a chance! Just a second to breath!  Am i looking down!  or am i inside a mirror!  Do i know what's right!  Have i found the trigger!  Oh! the pleasure!  Calls me a killer!  Chorus-  Say! almight!   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 01:15 AM
What they think of us?
By Purnima in General Literary | Reads: 102 | Likes: 0
Wondering what to do in quarantine, we should go and ask someone who’s been quarantined not for a day, week, month, year, but for the whole fuking life. Now the zoo animals would be saying, “Welcome to our world, MORONS”. I was thinking about the animals like they would be ambivale  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 01:38 AM
Your desire is for you or for others?
By Venu CV in General Literary | Reads: 104 | Likes: 0
Your desire is for you or for others? A middle-class family lady happened to pass in front of the jewellery shop and saw a beautiful necklace with diamond studs displayed in the front showcase. She felt, wearing that necklace she will be the happiest lady in the universe and will look very pretty th  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:59 AM
Short Story: The Homeless By V.N.Giritharan : Translat
By Navaratnam Giritharan in General Literary | Reads: 149 | Likes: 0
(Published in the E- Magazine PATHIVUKAL dated May 2003. issue: 47) Saturday Night. The time was well past midnight. The region called Richmond/ Duncan Area which is the merry making and recreation locality in the downtown of Toronto city was still bustling with activities. In every corner there wa  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 07:53 AM
Short Story: MANHOLE
By Navaratnam Giritharan in General Literary | Reads: 124 | Likes: 0
- Wriiten in Tamil By V.N.Giritharan | Translation into English  By: Latha Ramakrishnan -Like the Rajaraman of Jeyakanthan’s rishimoolam he has grown beard and moustache, keeping one of the legs in squatting posture and keeping the other in a raised and folded fashion he was holding his k  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 07:58 AM
Short Story: Husband
By Navaratnam Giritharan in General Literary | Reads: 123 | Likes: 0
- Written in Tamil By V.N.Giritharan [English Translation By Latha Ramakrishnan] -Sababathi stood there in the balcony eyeing the scenes that lay spread in front, without actually seeing them. Buildings, s far as the eyes could travel. Tall, short, wide, narrow structures. “As Desomond Morris   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:01 AM
Short Story: MICE
By Navaratnam Giritharan in General Literary | Reads: 106 | Likes: 0
- Wriiten in Tamil By V.N.Giritharan [ English Translation From Tamil By Latha Ramakrishnan ] -Troubles caused by cockroaches proved unbearable. Undertook all possible efforts. Right from the Chinese chalk, no way was left untried. But, all in vain. Cockroaches remained the victors forever. At last,  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:04 AM
Short Story: A CO(W)UNTRY ISSUE
By Navaratnam Giritharan in General Literary | Reads: 123 | Likes: 0
- Wriiten in Tamil Byy V.N.Giritharan ; English Translation From Tamil By Latha Ramakrishnan -As it was Sunday the road looked less crowded than usual. No traffic jam, either. Ponnaiya’s Honda Accord was creeping smoothly along St.Clair West. Driving a car during Sundays or holidays was Ponnai  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:07 AM
சிறுகதை: ஒரு மா(நா)ட்டுப் பிரச்சினை
By Navaratnam Giritharan in General Literary | Reads: 259 | Likes: 0
- இச்சிறுகதை ஸ்நேகா பதிப்பகத்தினரால் வெளியிடப்பட்ட 'அமெரிக்கா' தொகுப்பில் இடம் பெற்றுள்ளது. எஸ்.போ மற்றும் இ  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:14 AM