கடவுள் இருக்கான் குமாரு
By Gopinath Samikkannu in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 260 | Likes: 1
வணக்கம் என் பெயர் குமாரு . திருச்சியை சேர்ந்தவன். அசாதாரணமான சூழ்நிலை நிலவும் இந்த காலை நேரத்தில் காலை  சற்று   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 01:13 PM
Happy Waiting
By The Poet in Poetry | Reads: 256 | Likes: 1
Do the birds sing? Does the moon have light? Do angels have wings? The poet came along, He made us believe in it.   So why don’t you wait too? Let the poet come along and say, Yes, Soulmate’s exist too.   Until then, Happy waiting!!  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 07:00 PM
Earth Speaks
By Nishtha in Poetry | Reads: 252 | Likes: 1
Earth decided to sing and laugh, and asked, "why shouldn't you?"For a moment, take the flight of a bird and float in midair.Who knows, said Earth, "you will grow invisible wings to fly as well." Earth decided to breathe and release, and asked, "why shouldn't you?"For a moment, take a deeep gulp of a  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 12:57 PM
Indifferent
By Eswar Tavva in General Literary | Reads: 244 | Likes: 1
INDIFFERENT Indifferent (adjective), Oxford dictionary meaning: having no particular interest or sympathy; unconcerned. A 26 year old, medium height, neatly dressed guy had just dismounted from a city bus near one of the beautiful parks in the city. He was carrying a satchel in his hand. The sun was  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 03:39 PM
My Heart Out
By Prabindh Sundareson in Romance | Reads: 233 | Likes: 1
The dream came again. "He was standing on the shore in the dusk. All alone as the familiar wave came forward, wrapping itself around him. As the salty wave retreated, he could see it carrying away his heart. Surprisingly he felt no pain, no feelings, as he watched the sun going down in the horizon.  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:26 PM
Litany of loss
By Priyanka Modi in Poetry | Reads: 232 | Likes: 1
Litany of loss Ma died, lost her to cancer. A little lump in the breast; It proved stronger than all the meds, prayers and powers put together, When she first discovered this beast, that devoured her alive, I was 13 and my brother 5, That wail of hers, when the reports said Stage 4, The weeping, sc  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 03:31 AM
Story of Aksionov – Srirangam Ramesh (A poetry based on
By Srirangam Ramesh in Poetry | Reads: 231 | Likes: 1
Part 1: ‘Ivan Dmitrich Aksionov’   In a central Russian town called ‘Vladimir’, there lived ‘Ivan’, A merchant with two shops and had a house of his own.  ‘Ivan Dmitrich Aksionov’ was his full name,  He often used to drink in excess and  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:57 AM
Freedom awaits
By Riya Kaushik in Poetry | Reads: 229 | Likes: 1
Is it a catastrophe or a curse come true? Wondered the young girl looking at their rue We have hurt the soul of earth, that's so very true, But can't we expect a miracle to happen, out of the blue? Says a desire that thrives deep within me "Won't we get a chance to feel once again free?" A thing ha  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 01:46 PM
A Lesson hopefully well learnt from Nature
By Deepa in Poetry | Reads: 225 | Likes: 1
Mother Nature, She is our friend, parent, and teacher. She cares and she gives, but she needs time to replenish. The world needed a break and she gave us one. The world needed a lesson and she gave us one. For all our actions she revealed the hidden consequences, and we have stayed locked up, in f  Read More...
Published on Jun 5,2020 10:29 AM
Letter to a friend
By Eswar Tavva in True Story | Reads: 205 | Likes: 1
LETTER TO A FRIEND Stamp collection and postcard collection are one of my hobbies. One fine day I went to the Post Office located in Army Cantonment in Secunderabad to collect some stamps. An old man, about 80 years of age, approached me and requested me to write a letter to his friend. He also requ  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 09:12 AM
Being Woman - A salute to all Homemakers
By nidhitahim in True Story | Reads: 205 | Likes: 1
This goes out to all the moms, mother-in-law, wives, grandmothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, all women and especially MY MOM! As you all know we are in a lockdown stage where we can't move out of our houses and follow social distancing, life has come to a halt. This period of distancing our  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 06:19 PM
Apna Time Aayega!
By Pramod Deogirikar in True Story | Reads: 204 | Likes: 1
Apna Time Aayega! Today, locked-up in my house in the national lock-down, I am reminded of my stay (Nov, 1987 to March, 1989) at Indian Scientific Station, Dakshin Gangotri, Antarctica for a period of 16 months which included 10 months of wintering; just 15 of us braving the severe Antarctic wint  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 06:55 PM
THE SPOOKY HOUSE
By Madhavi Hadker in Thriller | Reads: 200 | Likes: 1
I was really thrilled when I received a lovely silver and blue coloured bicycle on my fourteenth birthday! It also had a small basket and a bell attached to it. I rung this sweet, musical bell so many times that my neighbour’s son yelled out and asked me “Nancy, is your bell stuck? Why d  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 10:36 AM
The Great Monsoon
By Abhishek Mohan in Romance | Reads: 197 | Likes: 1
Anjali : The sky was black. The weather forecasted heavy rain today and for once their forecast became true. We got on the first bus. Sruthi and I took seats on the front.  “ You didn't have to behave like that.” Sruthi said. “ Like what.”  “ You hate Charlie,  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 07:59 PM
The Red Signal
By Ankit Mahapatra in True Story | Reads: 185 | Likes: 1
About 6 months ago, I shifted from a small, calm & beautiful town called Pantnagar, situated in the greenery of the Tarai region in Uttarakhand to the fast-going and noisy atmosphere of the national capital.After getting my allocated hostel room, I decided to go to the Karol Bagh market which is  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 08:37 PM