By Purvi Shah in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
If you could do it again, would you meet them again for the first time or would you walk away? My fingers stopped scrolling when I read this on Instagram, Instinctively, my thoughts wandered towards you. And I thought, 'No' I wouldn't want to meet you again for the first time, I wouldn't want to ca  Read More...
Published on Apr 15,2020 10:14 PM
first and last meeting with you.
By swagatika in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
Seems beautiful the excitement we had for our first meeting, that coffee sip  with ur lame jokes                              OR                         &n  Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 05:53 PM
Making Life Richer
By Preeti Agrawal in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Making Life Richer Shaping things up, confronting my limitations. Doing more important stuff faster and sooner. Just put more living into each of my days. Saying a big YES! to this life. Reconnecting with how fortunate we are. Failing often, who cares if I win or lose. Failure is a gift anyway. Make  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 01:14 PM
By Sharmista Sengupta in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
I hate winters. The fact that my Gucci jumper couldn't protect me from the harsh wind adds to my ever-lasting hatred. Have I ever mentioned how stray flyers floating in the wind are great devices to deviate you from your insignificant thoughts? Under the light of the fluctuating lantern at Nicholson  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 02:55 PM
Bitter truth
By Simar kapoor in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Don't expect you'll always get a shoulder to cry At times you won't understand the reason why Things seem to fall out in a queue You feel so gloomy and can't figure out what to do  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:03 PM
Dance of Life
By Utkarsha Arvind in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Screaming in the silence of the night, this thumping, throbbing heart of mine. Seeks a calm that it cannot get, tries to shout but words fail it. So, I take my blanket, close my eyes              And try to become one with the abyss that right now presides.   Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 01:38 PM
Simple life
By Reshma in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Epidemics may come and go Corona will find a cure, I know But a broken heart and broken wings Are not easy to heal Life is simple if we try A little sunshine of kindness for the day A clear conscience at night The knotty relations can be fixed If the little ego tries to leave The heart learns to hea  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 01:39 AM
When you left...
By Sreelekshmi S in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
To the one who tore me in to pieces and left me wondering where I went wrong!  Now,I accept the fact that I was never enough for you ;whereas I thought I was your "toe-to-hair" factor.Thank you for making me realize that "you can be important to someone at times but not always,but you know what  Read More...
Published on May 22,2020 06:27 PM
By Lekshmi jeya J in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
DAD-NOT JUST A HERO The words, “He is my super hero of all time”, is not that my father deserves. Bearing responsibility of having a daughter awfully me is not an easy venture. Burying all his personal wishes to enhance his family’s dream to fruition is all that a father does. Bein  Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 04:31 PM
By A.G. in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
I have fallen from a height Where nothing seems right I have fallen into dark Where i can only see us being apart I have fallen into a empty space Where life seems to move in a pace I have fallen inside a hole Where feelings are sold in a bowl I have fallen inside a bright light Where my eyes can on  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 10:59 PM
By Asifa N in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Survived the innocence,  Survived the ignorance,  Survived the arrogance,  We are the generation, that makes no sense . Survived the humiliation,  Survived the dark intention, Survived the unrecognition,  Yet, we are the generation,  that received no attention.    Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 09:47 AM
By Swapnil in Poetry | Reads: 78 | Likes: 0
Wait  I will hold you tight during your flight Where the love fights for their rights There were lights in my life which had shone bright Wait Let me give all your belongings Take this broken heart along with this ring Take this happiness which is affecting Take this life as it is paining Wait   Read More...
Published on Apr 19,2020 11:23 PM
By dhanavarshini in True Story | Reads: 78 | Likes: 0
Yes! It was a quarantine evening.... I am so bored...I asked my father for a kite! He made it for me and we went upstairs to make it fly.I saw many people like us who are upstairs to fly their own kite. All are happy with their family and raising their kite to much height as possible..but some kites  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 09:36 PM
Quarantine of a normal/slightly twisted person
By Ramanpreet Kaur Chhabra in General Literary | Reads: 78 | Likes: 0
“This will be quite a vacation.” These were the exact words that resonated inside my head when the lockdown was announced. As someone who likes staying in bed the whole day with least human interaction, as most of the individuals, this was my happy place. I would be a big fat liar if I s  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 02:27 AM
By Afra Romaan in Poetry | Reads: 78 | Likes: 0
The endless promises you did  I was there... still waiting for you to fulfill like a kid Kept waiting there , looking forward for your solaces  Moving here and there on the never ending places Here I was used to reside in my darkened filled home There you tried to aid me,  giving me a  Read More...
Published on May 29,2020 10:48 PM