The Reminiscent Run
By Pramit Lahiri in General Literary | Reads: 174 | Likes: 4
As the raindrops trickled down the windowpane, Parimal stared outside the moving train. Just as a mother soothes her crying child, Parimal also felt that same swaying motion. Although he knew why it happened, after all, he was a certified civil engineer. The cool weather reminded him of his village   Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 06:48 PM
By Shruti in Poetry | Reads: 161 | Likes: 4
My heart knows, You will be my guiding light, when sun and moon and stars will fade. You will be the trumpet star in my winning parade. You will be my motivating sunlight and when needed, my peaceful shade. You will serve my favorite food, when I am sad. You are the only one I can count on for  Read More...
Published on May 19,2020 01:11 AM
Covid-19 phobia
By keshav sharma in General Literary | Reads: 583 | Likes: 3
                           Covid-19 Phobia  As some of us know that there was the one of most devastating pandemics in human history, resulting in the death of more than 30% to 60% of population peaking in Europe from 1347 to  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:24 PM
Eve Teased
By Sweta Singh in Poetry | Reads: 563 | Likes: 3
An early day of winter When our chemistry class was called off, Our teacher had burned her hands in the lab And we like some sadists rejoiced To spend the rest of the day doing something odd.   So, I took the bike I seized from my brother And went on a ride with my best friend. This w  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 09:49 PM
Please... love the children too
By Uma Chandrasekar in General Literary | Reads: 467 | Likes: 3
  Please... Love the Children too             The new world as it was forced upon us totally entombed the already buried humanity inside us. One thing I learnt during this “stay together by staying apart movement” is that the more we  Read More...
Published on May 19,2020 06:50 PM
By Meenakshi Arora in Poetry | Reads: 409 | Likes: 3
Just sitting lonely Confined in four walls  Though room is illuminated  But inside its all dark.  The ordeals I gone through I forgot in busy life  But now i m alone  In my mind they strive.  So hard I try to ignore  But it still gets by  Surrounded with mem  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 12:11 AM
By Debrina Karmakar in True Story | Reads: 386 | Likes: 3
Dear Post lockdown me,  I know you have always wanted to be a part of something "over the top", something only lived once in the history of mankind and here you are, straight out of a dystopia, or should I say, not yet? Friday night now, so what are your weekend plans? Hitting your favourite   Read More...
Published on May 20,2020 12:08 AM
My secret Crush...
By Silent knight in General Literary | Reads: 317 | Likes: 3
In the too crowdy class of mine I saw him tall and dark as perfect fit for me.Then he started speaking with essence of sense of humor to the core I fell over again. Complete bollwood romance playing in the  background. But then came the worst feeling in a moment he was attracted towards my best  Read More...
Published on May 24,2020 10:20 AM
Covid 19 - A Pandemic or a Pause
By Mobasharin in True Story | Reads: 310 | Likes: 3
Well it wasn't quite long ago that the novel coronavirus made its highlights on all platforms across the world, and while I was naive enough to consider it a foreign, distant disease little did I know that it would knock at all our lives so soon. With all the media beaming with the news on the novel  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 11:58 PM
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