A Journey of Music
By Dr. Munila Naqvi in General Literary | Reads: 456 | Likes: 0
It was a dark night, and the sky was full of glittering stars and Ria was lost in her owm world. Remembering the good old times when she was able to see the real beauty of life with her eyes. 2 years back she met with an accident and lost her eyesight. But her dreams are so bright that even the dark  Read More...
Published on Apr 19,2020 01:01 AM
THE TRUTH
By Wallace Jacob in True Story | Reads: 456 | 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
Her
By Tanvee Yusuf in Romance | Reads: 456 | Likes: 0
I have been ringing since the last fifteen minutes while Alex continues to snore as loud as a dyspeptic pig. I wish he would at least press snooze because I am starting to feel tired. If only humans were as considerate as we are! I mean I take care of all his needs. I wake up early in the morning ju  Read More...
Published on Apr 16,2020 01:06 AM
The new guy in the town!
By divya raval in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 453 | 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
Firebird!
By Akshay Nagmule in Romance | Reads: 450 | Likes: 0
PRESENT! I woke up with a hue of compound confusions, surrounded by visible yet silent tears and all I could sense was a void within myself. Strange how I could sense a void but myself. It did take me a while to realise what I felt and moreover; why!? Indulgence onto thinking ‘Why do I love c  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 12:13 AM
Men don't cry
By Nandana Vijayakumar in Poetry | Reads: 449 | Likes: 0
"Men don't cry",the words that every crying young boy would hear. What are you supposed to do then, when you're in sadness and despair?    Many men never dare to say, if their favourite colour is pink. As from childhood, most of their possessions  are the colour of blue ink!   Si  Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 12:46 PM
God is in the deTAILs!
By Udaya Kathiravan in General Literary | Reads: 449 | Likes: 0
Yet another different perspective to our all well know mythical story; this time “Search for Shiva by Vishnu and Brahma” We all have heard the story in search of Shiva by Vishnu and Brahma and the curse for Brahma by Shiva and reasons for not having temples for Brahma and why Pandan  Read More...
Published on Apr 4,2020 06:05 PM
The Mis-Adventures of Le'xander Malcolm Part 1
By dominique mcphearson in Western | Reads: 447 | Likes: 0
My dear Jenny,   I pray this letter finds you in good spirits.  The Lord's good grace seems to have finally ended five years after those damn Yankees abandoned us. They hoped our spirits would dwindle after they destroyed our guns and choked our supply of gunpowder, but they were wrong, f  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 04:49 PM
The Sorrows of Shopping
By Priyanka Singh in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 444 | Likes: 0
There’s no rose without a thorn! In life, everything that you like comes with something you don’t quite like. I enjoy shopping, but there is one aspect of it I find irksome – the over-enthusiastic sales staff ever ready to “help” you. For someone like me, who is not rea  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 12:28 AM
MY LOCKDOWN BATTENBURG CAKE
By Mousumi Biswas in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 440 | Likes: 0
MY LOCKDOWN BATTENBURG CAKE ( My entry for the 3rd phase of the contest )       It all began while I was waiting for my turn in the waiting room at the  doctor's   clinic  few months before the lockdown . I was  flipping aimlessly through the pages of a glossy  Read More...
Published on May 25,2020 06:32 PM
A maid who acts.
By Amvi Mishra in True Story | Reads: 438 | Likes: 0
Meet Kamla. Kamla Moushi. She is 53. She is 5'10". She wears bright-hued nauvari sarees and glass bangles that dangle from her wrist and softly tinkle against the steel utensils she washes in our kitchen. Her long snowflake coloured hair is always oiled and neatly twisted into a braid. She has a wri  Read More...
Published on Apr 7,2020 12:50 PM
Is it just Me?
By Alisha Nandeshwar in Poetry | Reads: 432 | Likes: 0
Is it just me or my heart that beats? That no longer wants to walk on the lonely streets. Or is that your charm that I cannot resist, Or your will to find the lost me in the midst. Maybe it’s your eyes full of fire, Or maybe it’s your words that dare me to desire. It must be the fun tha  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 04:11 PM
Penning of the Game Changer: A Boon in Disguise
By Monalisha in General Literary | Reads: 429 | Likes: 0
Penning of the Game Changer: A Boon in Disguise                                             Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 09:52 AM
First Date After Marriage
By Minal Tribhuwan in Romance | Reads: 424 | 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
Chachaji, the station master
By Smriti Sharma in General Literary | Reads: 421 | Likes: 0
“The train has been delayed by 2 hours . We are sorry for the inconvenience.’’          I took a long sigh and continued reading the news paper. Being a small railway station and early hours of the morning  , the platform was scarcely filled with peopl  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 10:03 PM