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Do Not Resuscitate
By Suvajit Roy in General Literary | Reads: 324 | Likes: 0
Sunday evenings can get very quiet in the hospital, especially, on the fifth floor. They call the fifth floor the palliative care and wellness unit but, Satyaki knew it is where they keep the terminal patients. Strangely enough, the beeping of monitors and the occasional opening and closing of the e  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 05:50 PM
Silent whispers
By Payal Arun in Thriller | Reads: 298 | Likes: 0
The novel was out in the market and it had made a lot of buzz as the author was new and  feminine and the crime scene was set. The author was a lady in mid thirties or early forties and her four books were published. Her stories revolved around the biggies of the entertainment industry and alwa  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 10:30 PM
THE TRUTH
By Wallace Jacob in True Story | Reads: 288 | Likes: 0
THE TRUTH At his wife’s insistence, Sunil was returning home after leaving his parents (Awadesh and Priya) at ‘SnehKutir’ – a home for the aged and orphans. He was feeling sad. He felt as if he had lost a battle. He never wanted to oust his parents from his house. In fact, hi  Read More...
Published on Apr 15,2020 05:50 PM
Those were the days
By Vaishnavee in General Literary | Reads: 248 | Likes: 0
Those were the days…        In this era of modern world, where technology is ruling over our lives, I miss those days where even in truancy of it we were still smiling and happy. Playing games in mobile nowadays is imperishable habit, and we were the ones w  Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 12:37 AM
THOSE WILL BE THE DAYS
By Surendra Kumar Sagar in General Literary | Reads: 240 | Likes: 0
                                THOSE WILL BE THE DAYS And so, I opened at random a page from the newly acquired book ``The Critique of Pure Rea  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 11:10 AM
She
By reenasha in Poetry | Reads: 233 | Likes: 0
Emigrate out of the claustrophobic cage- ’cause You’re not a slave anymore Break down the chains tied to your legs and hands- ’cause You’re not a prisoner anymore Open up the pent up anger and rage- ’cause You’re not a spectator anymore Spread your wings and fly b  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 07:11 PM
First Date After Marriage
By Minal Tribhuwan in Romance | Reads: 221 | Likes: 0
After a hectic meeting Ashish took out his cellphone and dialled his learnt number. He told his colleague that he is going out for his lunch and will be back in an hour or so.., he was waiting at the first table of their chosen restaurant. His eyes were all glued to a thick 7mm glass. He was trying   Read More...
Published on Apr 18,2020 10:47 AM
A Tale Untold
By Anushka Chatterjee in General Literary | Reads: 221 | Likes: 0
Master Mahesh, a sturdy man of fifty, had mastered the virtue of patience. The insignificance of his frivolous youth had cultivated in him, the value and need of it. “When best used, patience does wonders,” once taught his mother. Thus he glanced at his cracked wristwatch, mopped the dro  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 10:15 AM
The new guy in the town!
By divya raval in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 212 | Likes: 0
"Hey gal! I've heard about some new guy in the town. He has been drawing too much of attention these days, eh?" "Yeah! I came to know about him as well. I wonder who the fellow is. Ever since he has entered into the picture, people have stopped paying us attention. As if we do not exist! This is unf  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 09:35 PM
THE ENLARGED DREAM
By Satadal Lahiri in Romance | Reads: 211 | Likes: 0
Namita rushed down the staircase of her single bedroom rented house to meet the other nursing staff downstairs. The small nursing home that she and the other girls in her colony had been attached to, had suddenly been receiving a deluge of patients. The pandemic had been slowly tightening its viciou  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 10:38 AM
The letter from the past
By Prabindh Sundareson in Fantasy | Reads: 188 | Likes: 0
"Cabin crew, prepare for lift off", the automated voice resounded through the cabin. It was the first week of Merch, the third in the season of the sun, 2045. He raised his eyebrows twice to signal his readiness to the VR goggles, and the soft body-belt bolted itself around him. The bright scenery o  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 03:26 PM
A Night at the Railway Station
By Minakshi Aggrwal in General Literary | Reads: 188 | Likes: 0
As I stood there, at the railway platform, waiting for my train to arrive, I saw a silhouette which looked like that of a person; a dandy, his face wasn't clear due to the flickering lights.  'Atleast there is a person'  I said to myself as it was quarter to twelve and such crowded station  Read More...
Published on May 22,2020 09:10 PM
The Old Man who lives by the Barrage
By Soraisam Anuka in Poetry | Reads: 185 | Likes: 0
Yet another day has dawn, as the birds started chirping again. The old man is woken up. The hut is old, the roof is falling. for everyday is a new day, for the old man. Another day; another day, hums the old man who lives by the barrage.   They say home is where we find our comforts; but by se  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 05:17 PM
June
By Abhishek Guha Roy in Fantasy | Reads: 182 | Likes: 0
June is always the favorite month for Sharley. The bold presence of femininity in the name of the month itself has a flavor of enchanting solace which pleasantly touches her heart. Along with its poetic magnetism, Sharley had her precious moments of life engraved in June. It was the month of her fir  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 05:36 PM
Dream
By Darpan Sain in General Literary | Reads: 176 | Likes: 0
Having a dream is like walking on a rope without any support, You may fall you just know. How hard you will fall you don't know, But dreams are just like that baby. We all know. Getting up with those scars. Walking again on it. People will say, are you crazy? But a normal man never made history,   Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 06:08 PM