The Earphone Story
By Dolly Sharma in True Story | Reads: 123 | Likes: 0
When I met you first time, you were wearing headphone. I had to wave to talk to you and you said : Yes ?. I was just lost in your eyes, I forgotten why I have contacted you. You were again asking, yes ..what you want? You started waving, and said "hello, are you there??.... And I was just wonde  Read More...
Published on Jun 9,2020 08:26 PM
Beauty Is Skin Deep.
By Sanjeev Gargish in General Literary | Reads: 123 | Likes: 0
At a recently attended seminar, I found, to my dismay, that instead of listening to an erudite lecture on "Macroeconomic Variables", some members of the audience were mocking, in hushed tones, at the noted professor's simple clothes, dark skin and diminutive stature.    Sadly, things have   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 02:24 PM
Listicle on Quarantine
By Namrata Dev in Poetry | Reads: 123 | Likes: 0
1) Its been 'n' number of days and my chai routine hasn't changed one bit 2) I miss the citadel on my terrace where I always felt like an albatross 3) I miss mom more everyday now that I'm cooped up at home 4)The one library book I haven't returned in forever stays shoved in the same dusty corner 5)  Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 09:29 AM
This is how beauty is defined
By Tasneem in Poetry | Reads: 123 | Likes: 0
there’s something that keeps bothering me so can you tell me the reason why we choose our first impressions  to state how people are defined how can you tell me that your hair color how much you weigh or your height  how can you tell me that your age your skin and the color of your   Read More...
Published on Jun 7,2020 07:34 PM
yes she was ; yet she did
By Vaishali Ramesh in Poetry | Reads: 122 | Likes: 0
Yes she was criticised for being a dull head at school yet she was unstoppable and proactive to attend it Yes she was lazy to go through the daily portions yet she managed to cover it up a day before Yes she was living like an introvert yet she helped everyone who did approach her yes she used to wa  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 01:00 AM
The Food Poem
By Priyanka Rajput in Poetry | Reads: 122 | Likes: 0
Garlic-Bread can be Gaudy Rajma-chawal be Revival Coffee's Comforting  Divine is only DAL-CHAWAL.                                               - ModernGirlOldValues   Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 06:22 PM
Broken bridges
By Nikita in Poetry | Reads: 122 | Likes: 0
Burning Falling  Crashing. Do people remember the broken bridges?  Do they mend it? Or are is it long gone And replaced? Forgotten. Revisited? Do you crash and burn, Again?   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:21 PM
Rush
By Hanan Rukkiya in General Literary | Reads: 122 | Likes: 0
She rushed through the street like the devil was on her heels, the thrill of the chase pumping through her. Determined not to let her pursuer catch up to her, Ami ran as fast as she could.As Fast as her skinny little legs would take her. As she passed through the main vendor's street, the shopkeeper  Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 08:44 PM
Too Late
By Harita Baluja in Poetry | Reads: 121 | Likes: 0
"Take me away, You devil of peace.  Said the man to death, sitting in his seat. " The man was rich,  From outside he seemed calm.  But inside his head fought,  The devil and the one.  The one God who watched over his head But probably never saw a thing,  Who knew of it   Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 10:23 AM
Battling
By Suchee in General Literary | Reads: 121 | 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 Revenge of her pain
By Rinku Kumari in Thriller | Reads: 121 | Likes: 0
Dusky and silent was day & nights. The Sun and the Moonlit the sky not so bright. Her soul was her only ear to hear her cry, Her voice was choked and she felt As if the whole house was barren and dry. No one had the heart to feel those wounds of her, When her husband skinned her with a hunter Sh  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 08:27 AM
Corona virus
By Harshida P Kumar in Poetry | Reads: 120 | Likes: 0
Cease from travel.Cease from buying and selling.Give up, just for now,on trying to make the worlddifferent than it is.Sing. Pray. Touch only thoseto whom you commit your life.Center down. And when your body has become still,reach out with your heart.Know that we are connectedin ways that are terrify  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 12:31 PM
Spirit of Never giving up
By Kala Natrajan in True Story | Reads: 120 | Likes: 0
Everybody undergoes challenges in life.    But mine is a big and unique challenge wherein I struggled hard as a child and the impact of it kept persisting in my life even at a later age. My life goes like this- I was born into a lower middle class family. My family consisted of my mat  Read More...
Published on May 27,2020 10:03 PM
Life
By Debashree Roy in Poetry | Reads: 120 | 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
I Will Go to You
By Umpah in Poetry | Reads: 120 | Likes: 0
To dear my one and only  If the gravity gone far away I'll go to you even if my body couldn't hold up  I'll go to you I'll reach and hold you And when everything back to normal No matter how many times I'll go to you    Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 04:16 PM