It's just attraction not love
By toolika mishra in Romance | Reads: 326 | Likes: 0
On the footpath under the raining  sky with a  water soaked dress stood a beautiful girl with a spark in her eyes and numb body , the water seemed to run from each and every bit of her body giving it a shiver but still no feel of movement . People passing by her could not feel what she was  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 01:27 PM
By Debashree Roy in Poetry | Reads: 325 | Likes: 0
I try I fall, at every step I stand up tall, at moment’s end. But still I know That life is hard Like a plant of Rosa MACdub For some the petals of happiness For some the thorns of war. But still our lives, mysteriously attracts Like a swirl, of unknown chemicals To change our mind, and heart.  Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 07:44 PM
By siya in General Literary | Reads: 321 | Likes: 0
Hi everyone, Forgiveness is a small word but big things to implement in our life. Many words hide in this Word ''Forgiveness''. Forever, Forgiven. '' Hamesha ke liye kisiko maaf karna''. Really Forgive and Move forward. This is life.  If someone do badthings with us. Don't forget but forgive an  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 05:47 PM
By Dalia in General Literary | Reads: 321 | Likes: 0
Tafeeq Miyan and his wife, Mariam were a childless couple. He was a librarian and his wife used to teach embroidery to local girls.   Their daughter never had a bonhomie with the library as she hated the smell of old books, the tarnished old covers of the book, hated the apparently accumulated   Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 07:47 PM
Last ounce of Hope
By Preethi maala in True Story | Reads: 320 | Likes: 0
Needless to say Hope binds us all today, At this hour of pandemic I stand  Not shook from the world's worst fear  but a Fiend. Here I stay, stranded  Hands extended toward the Presence above, And I turn only to find friends and family  Irrespective of religion pray with their he  Read More...
Published on May 20,2020 08:04 PM
The alcoholic Bipolar
By Utkarsh Singh in Mystery | Reads: 314 | Likes: 0
8.40 p.m Great day at work.The code ran well,No run time errors,and  the lines perfectly complied.The target was pretty important,both,for me and the company. I really hope this assignment makes us go global.Boss was pretty happy and I expect a raise.There haven't been any extreme episodes rece  Read More...
Published on Apr 19,2020 11:09 AM
Yummy Idiyappam / String Hopper
By Kiruthika in Poetry | Reads: 312 | Likes: 0
When you see a Plate filled with Labyrinth, You get a Happy Face instantly, It's None other than the String Hopper.  From South Indian Cuisine, Steamed Food made of Rice Flour, Like a Noodles, Pure in Colour, Soft to Touch. This one is a Favourite dish of my loved one. Easily digestible for B  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 01:27 PM
By Pratiksha Pardhe in True Story | Reads: 311 | Likes: 0
People are afraid of pain! People are afraid of getting broken down.When happiness and pleasures are everyone's concern why not pain and disturbance? Just because pain is not everyone's cup of tea. I'm 22 and I'm not the one who should suppose to elaborate what someone should do to overcome painful  Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 03:40 PM
By Suchee in General Literary | Reads: 310 | Likes: 0
Battling.  Do something productive!  Then give me the inspiration, not your exasperation.  But it's you and your restrictions, how can I help you out of your mind's destruction, if you can't find the way out even when I hand you the flashlight?  I'm stirred, not yet shaken.   Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 12:52 PM
The lockdown effects
By Mohsina Ajaz in True Story | Reads: 309 | Likes: 0
From newbie at college to soul sisters forever. The journey, an epitome of friendship, would lead an example for the generations to come. Silly fights, moments of frowns, little things bringing joy. From a companion to a family member, the journey with you has been unremarkable. This being a life ch  Read More...
Published on Apr 18,2020 09:28 AM
By Prabir Sarkar in Fantasy | Reads: 306 | Likes: 0
I woke up in an unknown place. A place which was too new for me. Kind of a habit now, I remained in the bed, but fumbled to search for my phone first. Like a swimmer, I clumsily moved my hands in the bed, struggling to find my phone. My eyes still half closed, with the blanket of sleep, which wants  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 03:09 PM
The tree of hearts
By ketki verma in Romance | Reads: 305 | Likes: 0
On top of a quite hill, overlooking the beautiful city of Nainital, was a huge tree. Not many people visited the place and the very few who did, were either young lovers looking for some privacy or creative minds looking for some inspiration.  One day, a young man, wandering aimlessly, reached   Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 10:53 PM
By Abhinav James in Poetry | Reads: 305 | Likes: 0
Your Worthy.... How can they Use you, if your Useless...  Your Worthy.....  They Reject you as they can't Afford to Accept you...  Your Worthy....  They Criticize your Weaknesses, coz they cannot Overpower your Strengths....  Yes,Your Worthy.....  You may not Grow wi  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 12:23 PM
By Amy Alexander in Poetry | Reads: 303 | Likes: 0
Beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful lady  Sparkling smile, flip of her hair, flirty eyes that say maybe  Inside she’s walled herself into a corner  Don’t know if she can fake it for much longer  It was built to protect  To eliminate both the cause and effect  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 05:36 AM
By Utkarsh Singh in Poetry | Reads: 303 | Likes: 0
Everyday I wake up, Put up an expression,  Wear it as make up, Which makes up, For my flat thoughts, I stay,for days,up, Nights never let me sleep, Trying to construct emotion,  Avoiding the populace & sun, See no point to fuel up, And in rat race run   Can't recognize myself anym  Read More...
Published on Apr 19,2020 11:11 AM