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FAITH
By Ananya Malhotra in General Literary | Reads: 156 | Likes: 4
"How did you keep your calm when everybody around was panicking? ", Tanya was asked by an elderly man as they were getting down the ship that had just touched the shore. The last few hours had been really dreadful for everybody aboard ship Vikram. The journey that started from Mumbai was very calm a  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 10:34 PM
Promise Me...
By Akansha Dutta in Romance | Reads: 155 | Likes: 4
Haha, destiny... Indeed is something which binds us to people who are meant to be part of our lives and if not part then atleast a memory. I being someone who is always lost, but in love with mystery got pleasant surprises from every tiny moment. We met at a library. I know ironically we weren't sup  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 04:25 PM
When was the last time you listened to your heart?
By Alisha Nandeshwar in Poetry | Reads: 137 | Likes: 4
 When was the last time you listened to your heart?   Maybe it was when you decided to steal a treat from the cookie jar. Maybe it was when your little sibling poked you and started a war.   Or maybe it was when you played with colors instead of thinking how they looked on you.    Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 03:53 PM
First Love
By Judith in Romance | Reads: 134 | Likes: 4
First love is always special, how much ever you try to keep it covered it will come up at one point or other in the form of memories. I never had this plan to fall in love or anything, but happened some how and I've never regretted it till now, even though we aren't together now. It's been a year si  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 06:58 PM
The wannabe writer
By Manasvi Dodiya in True Story | Reads: 130 | Likes: 4
THE WANNABE WRITER. Like everyone, the long tale of Jacob begin with just the mere realization of his interests in imagination of enigmatic scenarios and then putting it on paper. But the scenarios imagined were rather more juvenile."I need something more rational to make it read- worthy" he thought  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 09:20 AM
The lost child
By ashutosh gharat in Poetry | Reads: 102 | Likes: 4
Often stuck in his own self, twisting and withering in his thoughts. a cage his mind became, inescapable, what has he gotten into himself. seeking help is what he does, failing miserably. Reaching out to only hear his own voice, and never a moment to rejoice. acceptance has overcome, he is who he   Read More...
Published on Apr 15,2020 06:47 PM
Hiraeth
By Pradipta Dey in General Literary | Reads: 101 | Likes: 4
Hiraeth When the snow starts falling, and the day ventures amidst the white and grey skies of every December, my eyes find my backpack. The first time I had picked it up, I saw white apexes and soiled boots, my legs dangling from atop my father’s back. That was the first time I saw them. The m  Read More...
Published on May 23,2020 09:12 PM
Viral Beauty
Adversity blurs everything into nothingness, focusing the attention to the self. Nature has baked this primal response in us for self-preservation. Thankfully, me and my family are safe from the Corona Virus. Therefore, I can indulge in viewing mankind’s fight against this ‘enemy’   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:21 PM
On The Night Of The Christmas Eve
By Gowtham G in Horror | Reads: 1,205 | Likes: 3
It was the night of the Christmas Eve and the entire sky was shrouded with complete darkness, yet the place looked so lit up; colourful lights, gleaming billboards, and plenty of street lights. The city was so alive. The narrow, yet the busiest streets of Paris were filled with tiny little snowflake  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:29 PM
Survive Istanbul, Survive the World
By Rishikesh Joshi in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 700 | Likes: 3
Hi! I don’t know why I am writing this; it is rather embarrassing.  But the experience was something unforgettable and I can’t hold to myself. It was some years back, when I was visiting Istanbul (Turkey), frequently. There used to be an advertising campaign of a moulded luggage, ti  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 06:56 PM
Dharamraj of Kaliyuga
By Abhishek Goswami in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 657 | Likes: 3
Yudhishthir was searching for his brothers in the dense woods. All of them had gone in search of water but never returned.  Finally he saw a lake at some distance. As he went near, he saw his 4 brothers lying down dead. He thought to himself to quench his thirst first. As he stooped down to dri  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:44 PM
Finding purpose
By Deepa Ravi in General Literary | Reads: 516 | Likes: 3
COVID19 - today is day 2 of the 21 day lockdown. Boredom takes on a new meaning. Yes already. With 19 more days to go. I have been wandering listlessly around the house from room to room thinking of things that I need to do, stuff to clear, chores to be done. But I have no drive to do anything. Even  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 04:37 PM
Finding Feet:By Nitesh
By Nitesh Khargonkar in Poetry | Reads: 370 | Likes: 3
The Sun went down and I was on my own, An evening came to see me and I was stranded all alone. Feeling my heart and in search of my mind, Sometimes wisdom is there but intelligence is just so hard to find. Pulling up your socks is harder than to move a cart, It's then heart & mind realise they   Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 09:03 AM
Metamorphosis
By Udita Saroha in Poetry | Reads: 361 | Likes: 3
With the stroke of midnight hour We celebrate arrival of a novel 2020. Isn't the new year full of plans? Oh I will be a Globetrotter I will get my driver license I am so going to learn that new language The list is exhaustive. Some disrupting news doing rounds Some danger taking its ground. "Oh whe  Read More...
Published on Jun 3,2020 01:49 AM
Locked In/ Locked Out
By Tasnima Yasmin in Poetry | Reads: 313 | Likes: 3
                   I Rummaging through my books, I pick up another read, It is breakfast at home, My cosy abode with family, While the telly blares the latest, Stranded migrants in the middle of nowhere, Endless days of tiresome walking, Bag on a sho  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 07:23 PM