Finding Manto
By Siddhesh in True Story | Reads: 306 | Likes: 1
Finding Manto After hours of browsing over the internet,I managed to find an article which mentioned the two locations where Manto lived in Mumbai.Immediately,I decided to visit both these places.I knew that it was naive of me to think that they would preserve his house.After all,we have even obscur  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 01:42 AM
Paneer pasanda
By Neema Kumari in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 303 | Likes: 1
One month was almost over. Raghav's training in the season was on full swing. Whole morning he will look for different recipes from the cookery books and evening his real task would start. He would lay all the spices in front of him- turmeric powder, coriander powder, amchur, salt, garam masala, mus  Read More...
Published on Jun 9,2020 06:42 PM
Ample Land
By Anshuk Attri in Poetry | Reads: 300 | Likes: 1
The clamour at night wakes me up,when I am amidst beautiful dreams,I find myself growing indifferent,when I hear distant cries and screams. The rising sun and the chirping birds,these things they do not start my day,It begins, believe me you when I confess,with the news of someone passing away. This  Read More...
Published on Apr 8,2020 07:37 PM
Radha, the woman labourer
By Mousumi Biswas in Poetry | Reads: 298 | Likes: 1
My entry for the 3rd phase of the contest RADHA, THE WOMAN LABOURER By _ MOUSUMI BISWAS DELHI Carrying a pile of bricks on her head Puffing away the bidi between her dark dry lips With a baby tucked away on her slim swaying hips Radha climbs up with agile steps The make shift ladder of the house und  Read More...
Published on Jun 7,2020 10:42 PM
Fire Inside
By Reeshika Rai in Poetry | Reads: 297 | Likes: 1
Let the fire inside you smolder but not die. Know that good things take time, And it's okay to fall sometimes. The winds of doubt and fear will blow dear. But don't you fret, for it's only time, Until your flames will set ablaze again.   Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 11:46 PM
They don't know
By Mousumi Biswas in Poetry | Reads: 290 | Likes: 1
My entry for the 3rd phase of the contest THEY DON'T  KNOW    ?  Where will their feet take them? Where will the wheels carry them ? Waiting for the trains at the station,  Thinking about their unknown destinations. When will   they go ? They don't know.  The  Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2020 09:38 PM
Heartbeats of a city
By Ayan Chakraborty in Poetry | Reads: 288 | Likes: 1
Serving as the roots to my people, I stand alone today. Littered streets and broken bridges make my rubble. Everything changes with time, it makes me question, have I changed for the better? My sky does not wear blue anymore, and the seasons have crossed borders. The green fields I so adored have l  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 07:44 PM
By Eleena Sanyal Banerji in Thriller | Reads: 287 | Likes: 1
His head bobbed on the waves. It shone in the golden light of the sun setting over the horizon. He was too far away. As always. He never listened. He could swim but oceans were meant to swallow. She was a better swimmer yet she feared going that far inside. The coast guard's shrill whistle pierced h  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 10:50 PM
Long Distance Love
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in Romance | Reads: 287 | Likes: 1
Vrishti & Vidyut, even their names sounded good together. They were young, she 24, he, 26. They led busy lives, both. She, multi-faceted, architect by day, wannabe interior designer and pub hopping party girl at night. He, an inhouse legal counsel for a large corporate by day and well inhouse le  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 11:42 PM
Something different
By Eswar Tavva in Thriller | Reads: 283 | Likes: 1
SOMETHING DIFFERENT It was a beautiful evening and weather was extremely good. I and Sai kiran were walking on a road which was laid between the houses on both sides. Lushed with greenery it forms a very good scenic view. Sai Kiran, a friend of mine was a 25 year old guy, unmarried lives in one of t  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 03:38 PM
Minutes of the Meeting
By Dilip Patel in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 277 | Likes: 1
‘Ladies and gentlemen, it is rather odd, but I guess, we will have to get used to it. Have all the invitees logged in? Shalini, can you check it out by the time I return in a few minutes?’   As soon as they all saw the boss’s seat becoming empty, Anubhav chuckled, ‘boss   Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 11:25 AM
The Mango Tree
By sreekanth in Poetry | Reads: 272 | Likes: 1
Fed delicacies, made me feel at home, Pampered me, loved me like my mom To be in her lap anytime I was welcome Unconditional love, she perfect epitome Speak not, conveyed a lot her silence I quietly looked on the act of violence Mercilessly cut down prevail no sense Need space for our brand new res  Read More...
Published on Apr 7,2020 10:46 AM
That took away her halcyon days
By Rohan Dutta in Poetry | Reads: 264 | Likes: 1
The drenched greenish thin pillow, And the sumptuous flower vase broken, With the photo album opened , And the whole room cluttered, Hinted at her unrelenting sadness... Hugged the photoframe to her heart, With incessant sobs her voice totally broke, Those unkempt hair and her blocked nose, Teard  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 12:42 PM
By Sriteja in Poetry | Reads: 263 | Likes: 1
Lets pray for Tomorrow what's gonna happen Happiness or Sorrow Today like any other day let's do enjoy tonight under the shining moon light Yesterday has gone Forever even if we think we are clever no ability to catch the past Be aware  of being alive such a heavenly sign to feel our own breath  Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 08:35 PM
The Child
By Urja dhawan in Supernatural | Reads: 262 | Likes: 1
I'm waiting for Mommy to come home -fast! I can't wait for the news. I'm sitting beside the staircase on the floor with my knees folded ,looking outside the door. It's hot. How long will she take? I glance at the clock in the opposite room through the open window.  It has been an hour. She must  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 11:02 PM