General Literary

A Hug
By Manika Ekka in General Literary | Reads: 75 | Likes: 0
It was a calm evening. She went to dad’s study and pulled out a book to read. Dusted it,turned the pages it was all pale yellow. The pages smelt moist,some pages stuck to each other and some had dotted marks kind of rust. She was used to it. This was happening over a fortnight after   Read More...
Published on Aug 23,2020 01:51 AM
The Chai Tapri Diaries Part 1
By Pranay Raj in General Literary | Reads: 69 | Likes: 0
The locality seemed calm, with huge apartments all around, and a small park at the corner of the entrance. As I walked furthur, I found a 10 storey building, It was painted in maroon and white, the building looked anew, and attractive. As I entered in through the gate, a person stopped me, he is the  Read More...
Published on Aug 24,2020 09:52 AM
Girl Education
By Arjumand Tanveer in General Literary | Reads: 94 | Likes: 2
Girl Education: As we know that education is birth right of every human being so it means that it is also mandatory to educate a girl . When girls are educated that means every family is educated and educated girl can face all query in her life.      Educating a girl is not only benef  Read More...
Published on Aug 24,2020 03:16 PM
Mother earth!
By Sana Malhotra in General Literary | Reads: 74 | Likes: 0
We are nature. We are grounded. We are humble because of our mother earth. Mother earth never questions our existence. Mother earth gives freely. How we say that the best things in life are for free. The trees, the birds are all for us. We are mother earth's and mother earth is ours. How can we not   Read More...
Published on Aug 24,2020 03:42 PM
Love, Mirror
By Fiza Jalil Khatib in General Literary | Reads: 204 | Likes: 6
There were no unicorns, no fairies, nor elves in her story, Fatima lived a normal life with an abnormal reality. Her lack of confidence and introverted nature trapped her in the house for years, she was homeschooled until college. Her anxieties about life and the world were a foe to her talent, she   Read More...
Published on Aug 24,2020 06:27 PM
Child's security!
By Sana Malhotra in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
A child goes to school everyday to learn and grow. He understands school as his second home. He trusts the teachers. He trusts everyone present in school. Question is about the child's security. A child is sent to school with full trust on teachers and the school system. A child thinks first from hi  Read More...
Published on Aug 25,2020 11:30 PM
the black heart
By hridima patwal in General Literary | Reads: 74 | Likes: 1
Hey, I am Jack and my family comes from Australia. I have been in New York for most of my life and I love my life..oh wait I forgot to mention a thing that is not compulsory to mention but c’mon I am proud of it and I love it okay here it comes I am black. ya I know, it's not shocking but nev  Read More...
Published on Aug 26,2020 08:57 AM
Navroj Preet kaur
By navroj Preet kaur in General Literary | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
I am navroj Preet kaur. Student of Sri guru harkrishan public school.iam read in 7 class   Read More...
Published on Aug 26,2020 02:05 PM
Work with your words
By NB in General Literary | Reads: 69 | Likes: 0
Words matter a lot? Why the way you express the words and you describe the words matters a lot like you are saying hey pagal how is you? Than everyone will consider it cool but if I say hey mad how is u? Does there meanings change but why being pagal is called ok and when you say mad it is not fine.  Read More...
Published on Aug 27,2020 03:08 PM
अमित सिन्हा
By Amit Sinha in General Literary | Reads: 86 | Likes: 0
मेरा नाम अमित सिन्हा है मैने विवेकानन्द विश्वविद्यालय से  pharmacy किया है ,मै अपने  जिवन मे  प्रेरक कहनी लिखना पसन  Read More...
Published on Aug 27,2020 05:43 PM
भाईचारा
By Sofil Dangi in General Literary | Reads: 158 | Likes: 3
भाईचारा जेठ के महिने में तपती दुपहरी में गर्मी से ज्यादा माहौल इस बात से गरमाया था कि कल्लू और राधेश्याम की दोस्ती   Read More...
Published on Aug 28,2020 07:19 AM
Shakthi
By Tejaswinee Roychowdhury in General Literary | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
“By plucking her petals you do not gather the beauty of the flower.” ― Rabindranath Tagore A grim silence had descended over the neighbourhood on a cold winter morning as a fifty year old woman’s screeching wails pierced the sky. Khadija held her only child tightly to her bosom   Read More...
Published on Aug 28,2020 07:40 PM
The Ace of Hearts
By Tejaswinee Roychowdhury in General Literary | Reads: 70 | Likes: 0
From middle-aged men striking business deals over a cup of coffee and a plate of sandwiches to men and women, young and in love, giggling as they shared a cup of the finest coffee, caramel, and ice cream shake, customers had come and gone. But Rayan just sat there, in a black and white plaid shirt,   Read More...
Published on Aug 28,2020 07:53 PM
The Phoenix Tattoo
By Tejaswinee Roychowdhury in General Literary | Reads: 73 | Likes: 0
Twenty-nine year old Mahika stood before the mirror in her bathroom. Her chubby cheeks were gone, there were definite signs of wrinkles around her eyes and lips. The dark circles beneath her eyes spun stories inside the heads of onlookers. She no longer cared. Unfettered, she undid her pink, blue a  Read More...
Published on Aug 28,2020 08:00 PM
Home
By Tejaswinee Roychowdhury in General Literary | Reads: 67 | Likes: 0
A cloud of dust engulfed the air as Jenny plopped onto the old mattress in the attic. The entire morning was spent in cleaning it out and she looked for a moment to rest and reminisce before she drove down the highway for good. She laid back and watched the dust spiral and dance in the sunlight that  Read More...
Published on Aug 28,2020 08:01 PM