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Unimaginatively imaginative
By Eswar Tavva in Romance | Reads: 6,425 | Likes: 108
UNIMAGINATIVELY IMAGINATIVE  It's Pain. The most beautiful part in any relationship that we fail to recognise and accept. That's the beauty of love. When you love someone so deeply and those loved ones ignore you, your heart undergoes a cosmic transformation that which can be explained only in   Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 10:19 AM
Mid Winter Air
By N.Sowbarnika in Mystery | Reads: 1,111 | Likes: 35
                        MID WINTER AIR An amber streak of light managed to pierce through the tough tainted glass and stubborn satin drapery. It was emitted by the lazy sun, pushing away the hefty winter clouds past 10 o' clock in the Hill   Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 10:02 PM
A RUSSIAN CONNECTION
By Prakash in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 1,510 | Likes: 30
A RUSSIAN CONNECTIONBy Commodore G Prakash (Retired)The allure was great and the suspense greater. In fact it had been, for quite some time.The news had been spreading for a few months through hushed whispers. The colourful entry passes for the event finally provided confirmation. Yes, the high  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 12:11 AM
குருவிக் கூடு
By S.Neelacantan in General Literary | Reads: 1,138 | Likes: 8
குருவிக் கூடு குமரி எஸ். நீலகண்டன்               திடீர்னு வந்து வீட்டுக்காரர் சொன்னார். வீட்டைக்   Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 06:39 PM
THE FIGHT
By Pravin Shekar in Travel | Reads: 4,725 | Likes: 53
THE FIGHT It was clear to me that a fight was going on.  I sat there, indulging in my favourite pastime. Observing people. I travel a lot and spend quite some time in airports and stations. A lot more time standing still at various traffic signals. Looking out, there’s so much to see, ob  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:33 AM
That coffee shop down the lane
By Vedika Srivastava in Romance | Reads: 5,057 | Likes: 43
It had just stopped raining. She was there as usual. At the quaint coffee shop around the corner overlooking the street, in her favourite seat... she sat by the window with her favourite hot chocolate with tiny marshmallows floating like shooting stars in the dark blue sky.   The jukebox in the  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 04:24 PM
Happy Birthday
By Vinay Pushpakaran in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 3,724 | Likes: 26
"So, I'm not going to ask you IF you are interested. I'm going to ask you - WHEN are you placing the order?" - the conference room erupted with applause as Rishabh signed off with a flourish! Flamboyance was a part of who he was. He loved the spotlight. It spurred him to up his game. But today it wa  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 02:10 PM
Tomorrow- the luxury of time
By ANWESHA DEB in Poetry | Reads: 423 | Likes: 20
The last time when I woke up, People were in some rush,  In a rush to be Happy maybe. And, They were alive, atleast they thought to be. The last time when I woke up, People were complaining. Complaining of, Democracy, Fascism & recessed economy. But, They were alive, atleast they thought t  Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 05:38 PM
A PIECE OF CLAY
By Sudipta Narayan Das in General Literary | Reads: 610 | Likes: 18
A PIECE OF CLAY Sridhar was busy at his desk when all of a sudden daughter Laxmi came running into the room. ‘Daddy there is a little boy sitting at our entrance,’ she said. Shreedhar looked at her and then got back to what he was doing. Little Laxmi went out. After a while Laxmi was ba  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 10:44 PM
Galti se mistake !
By Nabanita Bhattacharya in True Story | Reads: 333 | Likes: 18
The restlessness in the mundane life of the newly appointed house wife changed into amazement in the wink of an eye as she stared in awe towards the balcony. From being a full time corporate employee she recently got conferred the title of a housewife..thanks to lockdown. She woke up late that day a  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:01 PM
THE CHOICE
By Prakash in General Literary | Reads: 751 | Likes: 17
THE CHOICE.......By Commodore G Prakash. ... I had to decide quickly between idli vada and puli shaadam (tamarind rice).  Though the train was likely to wait a while for the army of cleaners who had rushed into the bogies to finish their job,  the big crowd who had made it to the 'catering  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 11:12 PM
THE COCONUT BURFI
By Jayasudha Bhaskaran in General Literary | Reads: 587 | Likes: 17
The family lived in a small thatched hut which was about to fall off. The hut was abandoned by the owner as it was damaged.They claimed the ownership of the hut from then on as they had no permanent place to live in and lived along the sides of the roads, markets and railway stations. Being a very p  Read More...
Published on Apr 16,2020 04:36 PM
KOMOREBI
By Koushik Srinivasan in General Literary | Reads: 1,011 | Likes: 16
KOMOREBI The two of them looked at each other, hunger, tiredness and panic reflecting on their young faces. They had been walking all over the deserted landscape for hours together now, in vain. Their last meal was over 15 hours earlier and was now just a fleeting memory.  Their young bodies co  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 01:47 PM
Reunion
By Jyotsna Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 556 | Likes: 16
I had not seen her in over 20 years, not a glimpse not a word, just an occasional tidbit of news about her and other college friends but … there she was simple and graceful in a peach colored sari, looking beautiful. To me, she would always be beautiful.Some moments are precious, such as this  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 11:04 AM
The Box
By A.Shruti in General Literary | Reads: 364 | Likes: 16
Little Myra was the first one to see it in the morning. It lay there in its entire splendor, a beautiful silver box with a big blue bow on top. She screamed in delight. It was the most beautiful box that she had ever seen. Her howls brought in a rush of footsteps towards the room. Soon there was sma  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:48 PM