General Literary

The scars of my childhood
By shireen ahsan in General Literary | Reads: 230 | Likes: 0
I stood scared and trembling in the corner as I saw him raising his hand again at my docile , weak mother . She stood cowering and crying in the corner. He threw the plate of food which she had so painstakingly made for him . My anger knew no bounds . I wanted to kill him but I felt so helpless. Wha  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 11:49 PM
By Urvi Momaya in General Literary | Reads: 675 | Likes: 13
As we all know, the whole world is battling against the coronavirus through lockdowns and social distancing and so is India. Mumbai, the heartbeat and pride of India is the most affected by the virus. So much so that for first time ever; Mumbai’s lifeline, local trains, had to be shut down. It  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 11:16 AM
The Creepy Tormentor
By LALITHA BALASUBRAMANIAN in General Literary | Reads: 296 | Likes: 3
A lovely pair of dangling gold earrings and gold rimmed branded goggles accentuated the contours of her beautiful face as Nina nonchalantly strode into the brightly illuminated lounge. She walked up to the reception counter drawing admiring glances from the sparse set of tourists lazing around on t  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 11:54 AM
By Namrata Dev in General Literary | Reads: 132 | Likes: 0
Quarantine Day 47 You know that feeling when you're standing on the roof of a tall building, and the wind envelopes you in a tight hug and you feel giddy with head rush?  Yeah, I felt like that everytime I was in the terrace of my apartment. I would climb to the highest point of my terrace and   Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 02:14 PM
By Ashish in General Literary | Reads: 91 | Likes: 0
Prakasha palkhi तुळशी चे ल 
Published on May 27,2020 02:15 PM
Rusted Memories
By Namrata Dev in General Literary | Reads: 126 | Likes: 0
The room is enclosed with amethyst walls and matching curtains, an old drum kit rusting in one corner, a mahogany table with sticky notes covering most of its right side, an easy chair with clean and dirty clothes shoved in every possible angle, an unmade bed with the comforter flowing on the floor   Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 02:17 PM
By Mausami Karogal in General Literary | Reads: 177 | Likes: 2
A world where.. Choices fail to match decisions Criticism is prior to appreciation Gloomy doors block your vision  And stew overpowers your view!   A world where.. Failure is fatal And perseverance is the road not taken Success isn't a goal Where efforts are slackened!   A world where  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 03:16 PM
By Mansi Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 92 | Likes: 0
We were so used to that life that when we entered in this one, we found it so strange. I know it's not the same for all of us, It's a lockdown for those who are working in hospitals to save lives. who are walking miles barefoot just so that they can be at home. It's a lockdown for those who are begg  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 05:03 PM
The Struggles Of Being Indecisive
By Zain in General Literary | Reads: 89 | Likes: 1
Yes? I had made a sort of resolution to myself last month. No more YouTube, no more TV, no more wasting time and eating junk food. No, I was going to take control of my life. Be a better person, write daily, pray more and eat healthily. But, like always, life had other plans for me.   You see I  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 05:18 PM
Other side
By Vedanti in General Literary | Reads: 158 | Likes: 6
I dream of an alternate universe where my father and I talk a lot on the phone.  He calls me before my exam to tell me that I'll rock it. He calls me on my first day of periods to tell me that I'm a strong woman, stronger than he ever will be. He tells me that he remembers the first time I call  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 06:10 PM
Old Love
By Khushi Barot in General Literary | Reads: 136 | Likes: 1
I went too farBut,if he is the origin of a colour in the plight than I'm his art of his love's pride. Heart might have cried the tears of lies, cause love separated to early. I still long for that touch under the moonlight. To make the sky think twice of its purity in front our confession. I want to  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 09:56 PM
Caption of a rudderless ship
By Varsha Singh Rao in General Literary | Reads: 88 | Likes: 1
I entitle my yatch as a ship as there is reason behind it  however I may be poky like my ship but still I stand dignified for who am I. Now you might have wondered why am I talking like this. Then I am obliged to tell you that it is impetus for everyone of us to understand that we all row in a  Read More...
Published on May 28,2020 07:27 AM
Kahaani ek imaarat ki, ya shayad humari.
By Shruti Biswas in General Literary | Reads: 301 | Likes: 3
Mai pichhle saal ek purani imaarat dekhne gayi thi jo kayi sekro saal pehle ek Raaj Mahal hua karta tha.Jaise hi maine waha kadam rakha,Mujhe kuch awaazein sunai dene lagi. Maine aas paas dekha to koi nhi tha.Mur kar dekha to sabhi us imaarat ke andar jaa chuke the,Par mai wahi us imaarat ke aangan   Read More...
Published on May 28,2020 10:10 AM
Phase of life
By chandana in General Literary | Reads: 92 | Likes: 0
Everyone will get a chance in their life where they actually feel like they're on cloud nine and everything almost looks like a miracle. Have you experienced that phase of life?  Or Haven't you? If you've had that feeling,be thankful❤️  Read More...
Published on May 28,2020 11:20 AM
By Alisha in General Literary | Reads: 175 | Likes: 1
  He slammed the door shut and threw himself on the bed, raging with hurt anger. Steven had never felt so angry before. This was anger dominated by pain. Who were they to tell him what he should and shouldn't do? How could they determine his life? Seventeen-year-old Steven lay agonized, his cu  Read More...
Published on May 28,2020 12:51 PM