The Man Behind the Mask
By Vasu in Poetry | Reads: 221 | Likes: 0
In the circus of life, we all play our parts As soon as we are born the show starts For the will of the crowd, our masks we don And get humiliated cause the show must go on I am part of the same circus, I also signed the contract The crowd cheers for me and they all love my act But do they lov  Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 08:57 PM
காக்கா வழி! தனி வழி !!
By Evg.Babu.T Thomas in Poetry | Reads: 219 | Likes: 0
காக்கா வழி! தனி வழி !!   காக்கா கத்துது கா கா ன்னு கத்துது மரத்துமேலே கத்துது மனுஷன பாத்து பாத்து கத்துது வெயிலு  Read More...
Published on Apr 8,2020 06:14 PM
By Pratik P Sharda in Crime | Reads: 219 | Likes: 0
It was around 8:30 p.m. on the night of 24th of March’20. I was still at office, working my ass off. It was the financial closure month for us accountants. I worked at a small FMCG company as their Finance Manager. Suddenly, my colleague, Smit, came to my desk, “Dude, did you watch the   Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 02:47 AM
The Mis-Adventures of Le'xander Malcolm Part 1
By dominique mcphearson in Western | Reads: 219 | 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
What breaks, makes too
By priyanka rajpurohit in Poetry | Reads: 217 | Likes: 0
Why Togetherness is celebrated , And the Departures are hated? Why hello’s are adored, And why good-bye’s abhorred? Why staying brings deep smile, While leaving makes one revile? Those shedding leaves,that shooting star!  The half cut tree and the plucked flower, Every hold on is no  Read More...
Published on Jun 4,2020 05:19 PM
Love & covid in the air
By nikhila reddy in Romance | Reads: 216 | Likes: 0
I am getting ready for my daily routine with headphones plugged in and my playlist in progress as I walked into the elevator. When the elevator door is about to close, a tall person rushed in to make it to the elevator. He had the same hospital id in which I am working as an intern. I could not beli  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 04:18 AM
Same Same but Different
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in General Literary | Reads: 215 | Likes: 0
Disclaimer : This is purely a work of fiction and my imagination. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is pur  Read More...
Published on Apr 29,2020 03:29 PM
The last meeting
By mikhil scaria in Poetry | Reads: 214 | Likes: 0
This is our last meeting, and a bunch of people gathered here along with me. Do you really know them all?  Regular faces, strange entries, and unexpected sympathies. Shutterbugs annoys  with their flashes. You smell dead, but you look promising in this peace attire. Agony, pain, and moan o  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 06:45 PM
Take me home
By Riya in Romance | Reads: 214 | Likes: 0
TAKE ME HOME Now I felt like asking what he wanted.”Good book”, he said never taking his eyes off me. “Yeah, sure is.”I said flatly. I kept my eyes on the book trying to avoid the only man left in the deserted metro. It was nearly midnight in Seattle but still there wasn&rsqu  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 07:51 PM
Daddy.. we are waiting ..
By Kanmani Rajesh in Travel | Reads: 211 | Likes: 0
It was a year since I visited my country. I was so excited about gonna meet my kith and kin. Almost every time I travelled I was busy with my little kid who is now a big boy. So, I had the luxury to look around and watch things going on. A lot of people fumbling with spoons or having trouble filling  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 12:28 AM
Life of a 90's kid
By Sai Tharun in True Story | Reads: 211 | Likes: 0
3 years and 3 months ago, when I left home for the first time in my life to pursue my MBA, I wrote something on Change. Talking like I had any clue what actual change was. Things don't really sink in until they actually go down, and you realise it's a bigger deal than you thought. Until 2 weeks ago,  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 06:29 AM
By Mamta Sehgal in Poetry | Reads: 209 | Likes: 0
Do not grieve for your rusty, iron heart. HE will polish it to a steel mirror. And as you are being lowered into the ground, closed away from your friends, don’t cry. HE turns the ants and the snakes into beautiful new companions. –RUMI  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 03:37 PM
The Lobster in love ❤️
By Hazel Smith in Romance | Reads: 207 | Likes: 0
We met again And there it all began Wearing pretty dresses for him And lots of love and little sins He would surprise her with little things And to her it just meant everything He would chase her riding like Rossi Her face lighting up and her lips all glossy The way he would hold her hand  And   Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 04:17 PM
By Anwesha Chatterjee in Mystery | Reads: 204 | Likes: 0
“I am married, I have a Husband!”, howled she. Followed by which her lips were firmly taped up to silence. Tears rolled down her reddened eyes. “Are you sure, we are doing this?” murmured a heavy masculine voice. “Yes of course! Just do it .” Answered the woman by  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 10:43 PM
By Kuchi Sravya in Poetry | Reads: 197 | Likes: 0
Broken but beautiful; Or beautifully broken, Must I say? Love is the healer, they tell He got plenty of it, barmecidal But what if it is the cause of the wound?  A wound so deep,  the ocean's ashamed A wound so painful, I see a grim reaper A wound so severe, the scar lasts forever Broke  Read More...
Published on May 25,2020 01:57 PM