The House of Bamboo
By Anurag Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 568 | Likes: 9
Like the Apple of Eden, it was forbidden. And therefore, enticing.   The song, I mean. None of us kids were allowed to even hum it, let alone sing it. It was an okay-ish song, nothing too great, but those two brothers, Rakesh and Rajesh, liked it so much they kind of made it their own, not all  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 08:21 PM
Change Is The Only Constant
By Simran Sawhney in General Literary | Reads: 353 | Likes: 9
Nothing is static : Earth moving , planets revolving , galaxies floating , heart beating , eyes blinking , blood pumping . Life is changing every moment inside and outside . Being alive is not only breathing , it is the continuous consciousness of changing with the ticking hands of time. Blessed are  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 11:39 PM
BOUNDARIES IN THE MIND !! Corona will bind
By Seema Benedict in Poetry | Reads: 275 | Likes: 8
The virus that had erased all boundaries Had managed to put hate on freeze While the world coped with its vagaries People were clammering to appease.   Storming human bastions with brutality Corona hit hard human insecurities Busy, Carefree lives  losing  serenity Saving lives Soon be  Read More...
Published on May 5,2020 10:42 PM
Repaying a favor...
By Anujaya Pradhan in General Literary | Reads: 266 | Likes: 8
Once upon a time there is a poor girl named Vasudha lives with her old mother in a small hut.  Her mother was a maid in a big and well off bungalow but due to her mother's illness, Vasudha took the charge of working there. That bungalow belongs to an old woman who has only son settled in abro  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 11:24 PM
Four shots and cheap liquor
By naga jahnavi in Romance | Reads: 166 | Likes: 8
I was a little uneasyBecause of my disoriented life,busy,I brushed my hair,And steped outside for air,Went to a bar cause Friday,Maybe a relief from boss' neigh,About to say "Vodka martini please"A man approached me with ease"Can I buy you a drink?"I said"No,do you have a getaway car?"He showed his   Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 02:22 PM
Who will cry, when I'll die?
By Panvi Rawal in Poetry | Reads: 844 | Likes: 7
               WHO WILL CRY, WHEN I'll DIE? Will it be the birds, eagerly waiting for their daily grains on my porch? Or will it be the faithful dogs who bark, even with the slightest beam of a torch? Will it be the pleasant winds, who wake me up from my bea  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 12:46 PM
Passion is Not Always The Key to Success
By Abhinav Srivastava in General Literary | Reads: 311 | Likes: 7
 Passion Is Not Always the Key to Success Ramesh, a 12-year-old boy, is just mad behind a game which is cricket. Not only him but also more than half of India’s population watches this sport as a part of their livelihood. Like everyone, he did have a dream of becoming a cricketer. 17th o  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 06:39 PM
The Rain Romance
By Mitali Mittal in Romance | Reads: 296 | Likes: 7
"Do you find rains romantic?" She asked. "Are you also standing in the balcony?" He replied. Meanwhile reading the message, both blushed. The two were just enjoying the weather and blethering their heart’s out. That was the day when Mihir asked Anika out on a date and of course Anika just coul  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 10:43 AM
The unsaid words behind that last Goodbye.
By Yk in Poetry | Reads: 219 | Likes: 7
The darkness inside me eating me alive It’s better to stop end it than holding it and suffering What do I do when I want to end up everything yet I can’t, I guess I still think of you here, Or it’s just my coward-ness.   I don’t see a future for myself . ‘Then wha  Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 12:31 PM
TIME
By shivani in Poetry | Reads: 161 | Likes: 7
It flies, It slows down sometimes it makes you happy..... sometimes it makes you cry..... But TIME never lies... May be it's wrong for you today.. But can be right tommorow.. Not a motivational prose. or any random thought... just the truth.... For all the people going through bad time right now in  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 10:25 PM
I swing
By Eleena Sanyal Banerji in Poetry | Reads: 657 | Likes: 6
I swing and I feel the pregnant pause Of a world that was buzzing with chaos The green lawn that had kids running all around Only busy flocks of pigeons today there I found They must have wondered where all of us went They know not that all human rules now lay bent I swing in my office calls, I hear  Read More...
Published on Apr 25,2020 12:31 PM
Not always
By Trishita Dey in Poetry | Reads: 550 | Likes: 6
Not always with breaking of bonds,  everything  gets over. Sometimes  the attachments  still remain  aight and sometimes  it stays exactly  the same. The feelings don't really die it just remain unexpressed  and hidden. The memories, the laughters, the thousan  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 05:46 PM
Hope
By Ishu in True Story | Reads: 406 | Likes: 6
"I HOPE I live." This being said by a patient suffering from depression wouldn't be something unrealistic.This is not because sadness or depression is a mild problem, but its more commonly spread than the corona virus at the peak of its pandemic career. We are born with an ability to experience this  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 02:47 PM
WORLD WAR 19
By Asima Nayak in Poetry | Reads: 347 | Likes: 6
The empty streets whispering irony to be personified, For that the world is at war. But alas humans aren't fighting with humans, Its a less human thing thats being the Alexender-THE GREAT or THE HITLER. United at minds with isolated bodies craving for freedom, Unaware of the love that they  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 09:27 AM
You + Me = Us
By Sneha in Romance | Reads: 299 | Likes: 6
The concept of “you” and “me” turning to “us” is exceptionally beautiful.  The prose of “us” is extra ordinarily captivating.  The rhythm of “our” heartbeat is soothingly serene.  The tune to the song “we” sing is  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:52 PM