By Dips in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 344 | Likes: 1
It was a busy bustling day at the market, my eyes were not window shopping but looking for my dear husband.. It started to drizzle a little and I started to get a little anxious as I couldn't find the person I was looking for . As people started deserting the streets and taking shelter because by t  Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 07:03 AM
Eulogy to An Angel
By Jincy Jacob in Poetry | Reads: 341 | Likes: 1
*To a brave woman I knew*   An angel whispered, "Take my hand, And come with me; Your work here is done." Then a heart of gold stopped beating; Two twinkling eyes closed to rest. God broke our heart to prove that, He is taking the best.   I sit around and wonder, And watch as the days go b  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 04:56 PM
The pandemonium
By Harsh Khajuria in Mystery | Reads: 338 | Likes: 1
The room was much quieter than usual, the darkness that was clinging onto everything seemed sickening to a normal human being. There was nothing that anyone could see amongst the black shroud of darkness that was disrupted by the monochromic flashes of the lamp that were constantly turned on and of  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 12:16 PM
The Modern Ancients
By Roopini in True Story | Reads: 337 | Likes: 1
In the world of science and technology gaining it's highest of momentum.Equality is still an unending debate.Untouchability is a sin.But in today's world "modern untouchability is a tradition". (phone rings)picks up the phone and says(surprisingly) oh really.Thank you. I will come and pick her up no  Read More...
Published on Jun 3,2020 07:43 PM
Prison, Love, Escape and a Sacrifice
By Eswar Tavva in General Literary | Reads: 334 | Likes: 1
PRISON, LOVE, ESCAPE AND A SACRIFICE At the time when Indians were rebelling against foreign rule, the Britishers had to find a place to deport prisoners. A place where no one could easily reach and those who reached could not escape. This deporting was known as "Kaala Pani” which means "Black  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 10:25 AM
Life of a girl
By vaishnavi mahajan in Poetry | Reads: 332 | Likes: 1
*Yes, I am a girl and I am proud of it I will raise my voice when something is wrong as I am not here to quietly sit *People tend to suppress me by laying their opinions upon me I am my own person so let me what I want to be  *Why am I not allowed to do what I want And if I object, what I get a  Read More...
Published on May 1,2020 10:31 AM
By YASHNA in Poetry | Reads: 323 | Likes: 1
Riding down to memory lane, Began when we got our name. Remembering the good old days, When we wished to busy ourselves , Finding our own creative ways. When going to school was fun, Loving the break having jam and bun. When scribbling on walls was an art, And saving all these in our heart. When pla  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 08:55 PM
Pride or poverty
By litty anto in True Story | Reads: 319 | Likes: 1
I had been to Mumbai a few days back and though the stay was a short one,the journey did teach me a lot. It was an assignment from school and hence I was accompanied by a few students too.I must say it was easy for me to help students understand the phrase ‘ haves and have-nots’ in pract  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 11:42 PM
Tale of a Marionette
By Rajarshi in Poetry | Reads: 318 | Likes: 1
Alone without the string, Attached to the one who knows to sling. Thought the Yo-Yo to itself, am I good? Lying there helpless, just to  escape. The pain of being left alone is too great, Maybe dancing to other’s will is fate. It’s the hand, throwing and pulling me close, Why not c  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 08:48 PM
The Earring
By Adarsh Pradeep in True Story | Reads: 309 | Likes: 1
“I am sure that I heard the sound of it when it hit the floor”, I said to my roommates as I frantically dug myself beneath the bed. “It should be here somewhere. Where else would it go”, said Shwetha, looking below the study table. It was December, Christmas holidays were beg  Read More...
Published on Apr 28,2020 07:16 PM
By Gaurav Mestry in Romance | Reads: 308 | Likes: 1
He said," I just love Spiderman! He so cool. Which superhero do you love?". She replied," My favourite superheroe protects me, he cares for me and he can never see me sad." He got confused and asked," Does this superhero have a name?" She smiled and replied," Yes, he does have a name but I call him   Read More...
Published on Apr 28,2020 11:18 PM
By Aditi Banerjee in Romance | Reads: 302 | Likes: 1
"Do you have a coin?"  I looked to my left and stared at the boy, confused. I couldn't help but notice the decreased distance between us. He must have moved closer while I was busy looking at the lake, thinking about everything and nothing. "Yeah, sure." I said, realising I was mute for too lon  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 07:01 PM
Train No. 12963
By Vatsa Dave in Romance | Reads: 302 | Likes: 1
Train No.12963 He quickly ran down athe uneven stairs without any thought of falling off because he knew it was quite late. Just as he arrived, came a loud and disturbed noise from the speaker up top at the middle of the platform which never bothered the "couch- potatoes" with their chit chats while  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 01:59 PM
Cuckoo's Nest
By Josily Achamma Mathew in Fantasy | Reads: 294 | Likes: 1
One day the cuckoo decided to start his own family with his only girlfriend miss cookie. But little did he know that it was going to be such a big tragedy. Seeing all the other birds having eggs and nests he fantasized of one of his own. He decided the deepest desire to his parents, and on an autumn  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 09:05 PM
Ceaseless Affection
By Abhinav Joel T in Poetry | Reads: 294 | Likes: 1
I knew a friend of mine who was in love Love that was real, without doubt, and fear A wall of trust which was unbreakable  And an overlay of feelings, uncontrollable Her presence was always his favourite delight He was always exuberant when he looked into her eyes Not a day his love lessened,   Read More...
Published on May 12,2020 02:08 AM