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Hideout
By Pallabi Baruah in Mystery | Reads: 412 | Likes: 5
‘What the hell is going on!’ she wondered.It was not even a month since they had been married, and here she got herself caught up in this weird situation.The story goes back to the next day after they had shifted to his place of work.In the morning, the first thing she noticed was, he   Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:31 PM
Born Again
By Sudhir Rao in Thriller | Reads: 366 | Likes: 5
He came awake with a start! Something was wrong. Then it struck him. The Volkswagen Matador van was stopped with its engine off. He glanced around and saw his mother. The other aunties and she were peering out and listening intently. The men stood outside close together speaking in low tones with th  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 10:42 PM
WFH
By subhadra kunduri in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 317 | Likes: 5
WFH   The country was still in the phase one of lockdown. Susie got the message to ‘WFH’ from her boss during his first hour of her day 1, along with many references to BTP, ATP, BLD, and ALD and so on. At first she thought Boss was scolding her for something. “Bah”, she  Read More...
Published on Apr 18,2020 09:54 PM
The inner demons!
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in Romance | Reads: 311 | Likes: 5
Ananya was fighting a losing battle, her daughter was not letting her go! Her three-year-old daughter, Vatika, had latched on to her leg, trying to climb up, in search of the non-existent marsupium.  This was the third time in the last fifteen minutes that she had done this. Ananya was getting   Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 01:26 AM
Choices
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 265 | Likes: 5
Choices Get good at being uncomfortable Challenges may make you stable Keep balance unshakeable It's a tough situation not a war You are what your choices are.  Be more, this very moment you choose  Discover yourself to be a greater person Make wiser choices of your actions Just play it, t  Read More...
Published on May 23,2020 09:59 PM
Breaking the Barrier
By Mehak Madan in Poetry | Reads: 216 | Likes: 5
Cursed she was, her breath was about to be paused. But what was the cause? Of course! It was the 'girl’, who had brought a ferocious whirl.   The father’s smile blew and blessings were few. Her mother’s lap seemed the only safe place but it was a mere phase.   Soon she hi  Read More...
Published on Jun 6,2020 12:37 AM
The Stalker
By Adeeba Naaz in Thriller | Reads: 183 | Likes: 5
THE STALKER   Just another day when Ellie was returning home from the hospital, she noticed the same person around the corner of the street. He had been following her for weeks, staring at her from afar. She felt a sudden rush of hormones in her stomach and paced her footsteps. The man followe  Read More...
Published on May 29,2020 10:08 PM
A Song of Love
By Shayan Das in Poetry | Reads: 166 | Likes: 5
For oft when in my cloistered roomI lie beside this window pane,And gaze upon the flowers in bloomAnd merge my tune with April rain,I dream so deep with all my heart—About the blooming fair romance;The way you hug my darling artAnd kiss my lips in every chance.The way you hold me in your breas  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 11:22 AM
The Crusader -Part 1
By Malini subrahmaniam in Fantasy | Reads: 140 | Likes: 5
                                                                       The Crusader of the Invisible War -Part 1    Read More...
Published on Apr 29,2020 04:16 PM
Times Melt
By Sumitra Krishna in Poetry | Reads: 119 | Likes: 5
“When times melt, tears flow. What they left, memories will know. How to step off from the sorrow when feet are bound in unfathomable hollow? Letters written, letters hidden- the only Eden, where my heart floats.   When times melt, tears flow. What they left, memories will know. You&rsquo  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 10:37 AM
In Solitude, You Rise.
By Ankita Saha in Poetry | Reads: 1,571 | Likes: 4
It is not in the crowd and the chaos And never amid the endless talks, It is neither with the one you fought, Nor somebody who would guide, you thought. It is not scribbled on a paper, The Sunday column doesn’t know it either, It resides not in the temple or the oratory, And doesn’t come  Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 09:37 AM
The Journey to Exam Hall
By Dipjay Ganguly in General Literary | Reads: 394 | Likes: 4
It was Sunday. And those who are still unemployed they know another meaning of Sunday specially Govt. job aspirants. They have a rugged meaning of this day. To an employee what Sunday means, the unemployed young one has the antonym of it. The facile meaning of Sunday to Govt. Job aspirant is EXAM D  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 07:35 PM
Symphony of love
By Swathi Kamath in Poetry | Reads: 324 | Likes: 4
He wove a tapestry of melodies On the black and white keys Every chord, every note Carefully crafted, an antidote The essence healed my jagged scars Breaking free from the shackled bars Through my hollow core the rhythm soared Rhapsodies of stories untold Aligning with my wavering heartbeat The sona  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 09:52 PM
I’m trapped inside my head
By Nidhi Rai in Poetry | Reads: 314 | Likes: 4
At first there wasn’t a sound, or its trace. It seemed to me like a silent place. Then a wise voice spoke. Something sleepy it awoke.   We used to talk for an hour or two, Then it was time to bid adieu. Our conversations slowly became longer. My desire to listen became stronger.     Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 05:10 PM
That MOMENT
By Vinay Pushpakaran in General Literary | Reads: 300 | Likes: 4
The boss is calling for you da.. the tap on the shoulder shook Serina out of her trance. She looked around, dazed for a moment. She was not napping at work. No way! After all, eyes wide open are admissible proof of that right? Well, Serina was indeed awake, but the same couldn't be said about her mi  Read More...
Published on Apr 4,2020 05:57 PM