Meditations on Covid 19
By RUDRA KINSHUK in Poetry | Reads: 381 | Likes: 2
  MEDITATIONS ON COVID 19 RUDRA KINSHUK 1. Crawling on the floor to wipe it out with kerosene and a stripe of cloth The front door rattled, a cold wave down the spinal tube While crawling memories of childhood horses thronged desperately, how far displaced from roots Suddenly slipped into the   Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 04:20 PM
"Nations United" by Corona
By Johnny in Poetry | Reads: 375 | Likes: 2
No visas and no immigration process, An uninvited guest fast and furious! It has no borders, discriminates none. Black or white, brown or yellow; it treats all as one. Pushed back everything and captured the center stage. Spare no worship places, saints and sage. Does god admit it as wrath on mankin  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 06:04 PM
A fallen Leaf
By Pavalamani Pragasam in Fantasy | Reads: 372 | Likes: 2
Perhaps this is the last lap of my race. Mellowed and matured. I have reached my autumn and I am content to fold my wings and take rest. Now I simply observe the world around me. Being a leaf on the verge of falling all associations connected with the word "fall" come rushing to my mind. History boo  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:21 PM
Letting go !
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in Romance | Reads: 371 | Likes: 2
Vani was tossing and turning in her bed. Her sleep was very disturbed, her dreams too, were vague and hazy, and she could not recollect them. That bothered her a lot, normally, she would have dreams that were 4K HD resolution and she would recount them to her husband, Vasanth, every morning in excru  Read More...
Published on Apr 7,2020 01:11 AM
You are fired!
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in General Literary | Reads: 349 | Likes: 2
Rakesh Sinha, aka Rocky to friends, sauntered into the office building, his club yellow Dr. Dre headphones, covering his ears completely! Hater blockers, white tee, an unbuttoned flannel shirt, distressed jeans and multicolored kicks finished his looks. Swiping his access card, he ambled towards hi  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 02:17 AM
Cozy Place at Home
By Padmini in General Literary | Reads: 335 | Likes: 2
It was a cold morning. Amy was still in bed, all tucked in, checking her phone. Ah, how she loved her room, her bed, her blanket, the air gently brushing her face. Her room was her temple. It had everything she needed: her books, her stationery, her clothes and shoes. But most importantly, it had he  Read More...
Published on Apr 21,2020 08:17 AM
Quarantine Chirp
By Shagun Singh in Poetry | Reads: 304 | Likes: 2
Perched on my slim wire swing My claws clenched tight My beak held high I see not my usual sight My street is like my grandma's home I don't see those mammoth forms Whose verandahs I perched on Who gave me water lukewarm I asked the Coalish Crow And the minty myenah of suburbs They asked Bobby Pig  Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 07:03 PM
Lessons to be Unquarentined !
By Hridhya preman in True Story | Reads: 297 | Likes: 2
Lessons to be Unquarentined ! January 7 2020, On this day the sun that had set down from china hasn’t still risen up in any other countries of world. Lives are paused, countries are closed, streets are locked down, Humans are quarantined! Covid-19 is been ruling the entire earth and we being h  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 10:09 PM
Man Proposes...
By Liji Lakshmanan T in General Literary | Reads: 292 | Likes: 2
Our dance performance is in full swing. I could hear loud cheer from the tightly packed audience. A clear indication that our constant effort is getting paid off well. As the slow beats turned into faster ones, we all kept dancing in time with the music. Suddenly, I could hear an entirely different   Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 03:07 PM
A Better Kind of High
By Steve Johnson in Poetry | Reads: 290 | Likes: 2
Do not fret my child ,The land of lilies and mountain lions are not too faraway,Running on moist green grass ,A persistent heaviness in your heart;But not the kind that brings you down,The kind that fills you up ,With exasperation and joy ,The will to live and the will to fly ,A restlessness so forl  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 11:06 PM
Frailty.
By Christel in Poetry | Reads: 287 | Likes: 2
What is life, but like a flower, Blooms today, fades tomorrow, Taken away whenever, by the sower, What have we, from the future to borrow? Tossed to and fro, like the chaff in the wind, Man races for worldly riches, Every minute, the heart is pained and hardened, By endless plaints and wishes. Eve  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 11:20 PM
The Insightless Virus
By Aditya Shetty Jnana in General Literary | Reads: 285 | Likes: 2
"They looked so naive and humble in demeanor, how vile their intentions were, we did not know” echoed all of earth when asked of the intruders who kept sucking on its resources like hungry leeches. “It was many a daylight back when in the dawn of the day they arrived, asking for nothing   Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 08:22 PM
Memories
By Sowmya Ramesh in Poetry | Reads: 276 | Likes: 2
Cased away with all things precious Photographs, heirlooms and more Never ceased to give comfort, if not joy Easy to recollect but not so easy to forget- Are the memories that our mind holds As you tug harder the further they seem to drift The more you seek to lose them, the harder they cling on to   Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 12:01 AM
Phoenix
By Anushka Singh Deo in Poetry | Reads: 276 | Likes: 2
Burn me down in your flames of misogyny And see my rise from the ashes of knowledge 'Cause I'm a Phoenix. I'll break free from the shackles of patriarchy And soar high in the infinite sky I'm a rebel, a leader and a mystery Watch me spread my mighty wings of ambition And storm past your hypocrisy 'C  Read More...
Published on May 12,2020 04:35 PM
Bright morning
By Vaishnavi in Poetry | Reads: 269 | Likes: 2
As i wake up, And have my morning cup, I feel the rush of blood, Like a new winsome bud. I cherish the fresh air, As it messes over with my hair. The environment smells new, The leaves greener with dew. The sky, on it's best show, The flowers have an extra glow. Everything so good, Adding on to your  Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2020 09:18 AM