Hey Kiddo!
By Suhani Srivastava in Crime | Reads: 283 | Likes: 3
"So, what will you name our baby?" Asked Carrel to Smith, "I don't know, I mean, I haven't seen him/her, I'll check his face, his body, and then decide." "Of course, you're an artist for a reason, well , I m sure whatever the gender is, he/she'll look fabulous, jusk like you." Complimented Carrel, S  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 12:18 AM
Hopeful future
By Jaishree Jagwani in General Literary | Reads: 236 | Likes: 3
HOPEFUL PEOPLE HAVE HOPEFUL FUTURE This story is of a kind and generous farmer of village. Who was poor but still never said no to his family for anything. Always thanked God for whatever he is bless with. Once while crossing the road he saw very tempting sweet shop and was thinking to try some swe  Read More...
Published on May 23,2020 01:28 AM
The last bench
By Shreshtha Kumar Gupta in Poetry | Reads: 229 | Likes: 3
Has the word attached 'last' to it , but is still is the preferred 'first'. Uncountable number of stories and lively moments, lie on it scribbled. Usually it's home for everyone , A friend , a mate for the new one . More comfortable than a bed , A place for tears to shed. Bigger than any dinning tab  Read More...
Published on Jun 3,2020 11:17 AM
Midnight Love Tale-part 2
By Harsha in Romance | Reads: 184 | Likes: 3
Meghna rushed down the stairs.when she was about to start her car,she saw four men with covered face standing behind her car.Infront of them Rahul kneeled down with tied hands and his mouth is stuffed with a cloth.on seeing him she suddenly came out of the car and ran towards Rahul.she screamed out   Read More...
Published on Jun 3,2020 08:02 PM
Saree: A moment of confidence
By Anamika Dutta in Romance | Reads: 138 | Likes: 3
It was 9 A.M in the morning, the sun is quite bright. In the living room pandit ji was chanting some mantra while adjusting the samugri (items) of puja. And I was in the bedroom, trying to fit in that mustard saree with heavy golden border. I have never wearied a saree by myself and that brings me t  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 08:48 AM
By Syed Musheeruddin Ahmed in Supernatural | Reads: 600 | Likes: 2
Once upon a time in a village called Glassdo there lived some families which are very far from the Abroozooka Kingdom.   Due to frequent storms in the village of Glassdo, the families who lived in the village built underpass routes with rocks and sand, they have even arranged some lights with t  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 01:06 PM
My ideal -My mom
By sudha Pawar in True Story | Reads: 427 | Likes: 2
Introducing a beautiful soul, daughter of a excise sub inspector's who knows the life of rules and regulations, who completes the work on time, it might be hard or easy.  This soul sees only good things even in bad person. Never criticize someone because of his bad deeds. So this is how her gr  Read More...
Published on May 23,2020 09:32 AM
The Tale of Pañcasikha & Suriyavacchasā
By Rohan R Pednekar in Romance | Reads: 413 | Likes: 2
Decked on her shiny brown tresses flourished the fragrance of the flower garland, beautifying her enigmatic gorgeous face twinkled the bindi on her forehead, draped in the attire of a golden feathered peacock, adorned with the jewels of the heavenly gold danced displaying her dazzling voluptuous fra  Read More...
Published on May 22,2020 06:54 PM
Literature behind Bars
By Huzaifa Shakir in General Literary | Reads: 362 | Likes: 2
When we imagine the places where our favorite authors penned their greatest works, a jail usually doesn't come to mind. However, many books that critics rank among the greatest literary works were written when their authors were imprisoned. Solitude and lack of distractions have produced many a grea  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:47 PM
By Tanvi Nagar in Poetry | Reads: 343 | Likes: 2
My heart aches for another breeze to brush by me gently, My road of life is shaped by the curvaceous path of destiny, My dwelling is in every creek, in every cave by the mountain side, I don’t have a solitary who keeps my secrets, in whom I confide, I am not garlanded by pearls, I am adorned b  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:20 PM
Sushant - The sacrifice
By Anjali Luthria in Poetry | Reads: 299 | Likes: 2
Sushant – The sacrifice. A soul today, Left the body. A soul today, Left the body. Little did the soul know, That its departure will enlighten so many. The soul today, Left the body, Little did the soul know, That its departure Will cause each individual To stand for mental health, to speak up  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 10:44 PM
The Winter Tale
By Rohit Padala in General Literary | Reads: 257 | Likes: 2
As I looked out the window that morning, the honeyed autumn winds whistled in response. I hopped out, the fallow leaves crunched under my tread as I reached out for my bow and filled quiver, stashed away under the plinth platform. I put on my hunting boots with utmost stealth before I slipped out in  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:43 PM
Corona :Fear from ---
By Arvind Kumar in Horror | Reads: 249 | Likes: 2
     Fear!In the world all human beings fill fear in his life. But fear is not same in all the person. It changes man to man. It vary from time  to time. All human beings have no same meanings, regarding fear. Some are coward but some are very courageous. But a courageous person   Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 07:55 PM
By Divyanshi in Poetry | Reads: 203 | Likes: 2
Love is Indestructible; Which is also vulnerable.!  In every second,  In every decade we heard it's narration.!  Like Romeo and Juliet; A fiction of only 4 sunlights.!  Like world famous Ramayan; The sequel of separation!  It is beautiful and Precious,  Yet somehow it i  Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 07:37 PM
Ant and the Gross painter
By Roopini in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 201 | Likes: 2
"Summer is a foreplay for the winter to show off".It not only intimidates heat,sweat etc.., but also creatures that are as tiny and as stringent as 'ants'. With sweat dripping and the shirt soaking stood our 'Artist' creating a master piece for almost half a day.Being proud of his own creation, 'he   Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 08:57 PM