By Manaswini Priya Varanasi in Poetry | Reads: 222 | Likes: 0
Face your deepest fears Ere they destroy your prowess Against the fiend you rage on Roar and charge on the demon  Succeed in your endeavours..  Read More...
Published on May 29,2020 01:17 PM
The Mask
By Anushka Dogra in Poetry | Reads: 221 | Likes: 0
I saw the mask fall Just for a second or a minute Past those hard stone walls The fear of persuasion and compromise well hidden within the web of lies Half truths and broken promises Ungodly silence of the wordless cries Hidden behind the nonchalance Was true sadness Not visible at the first glance   Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 10:02 PM
Shallow and Deep
By Ayush Chhabra in Poetry | Reads: 221 | Likes: 0
Inside this stupid body Lives a saint & a creep. They say you need man and woman to complete, But inside I have my own bickering couple, that never wants to cede. Nobody inside is wiser, There’s always boiling a civilwar with peace. Well, the problem gets more miry with my two soldiers, Th  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 04:20 AM
I wish that day I would have hugged you a little tight.
By khushi kotak in Poetry | Reads: 219 | Likes: 0
We talked,we laughed,we cried Wasn’t knowing we being together was that last night! You left even though you promised you would fight And now I wish that day I would have hugged you a little tight. You promised me to come with me to our grave, But I guess you lost a bit early in the game of w  Read More...
Published on Apr 16,2020 10:01 PM
The last letter
By Ayan Chakraborty in Poetry | Reads: 219 | Likes: 0
  This letter will be like a rusty old machine, stop-starting in its flow, lubricated with random emotionslong after their expiry dates. This letter is about the anxious waitfor a soldier’s last words, to arrive in its neat foldsfinally finding peace in the mailbox. These blotches and str  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 01:02 AM
Too Late
By Harita Baluja in Poetry | Reads: 217 | 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
The Virus
By Mousumi Biswas in Poetry | Reads: 216 | Likes: 0
My entry for the 3rd phase of the  contest ,   THE  VIRUS A tiny virus has so much of might It has suddenly paralyzed the  whole  world  But we will sure win the fight . Everywhere there is a strange lull and hush All seems to be so very   quiet . With no  Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 05:22 AM
Ten seconds
By Lamneivah Kipgen in Romance | Reads: 216 | Likes: 0
I saw you in my dream. We were lying on the rooftop under the plethora of stars gleaming weakly. You were as silent as the moon. My eyes were fixed on your silhouette because I was afraid that you might disappear again. You were a little too quiet and my thoughts a little too loud. I looked at   Read More...
Published on Jun 9,2020 09:01 PM
By ananya rajak in Poetry | Reads: 216 | Likes: 0
in upheaval storm, she stood strong. chose wrong paths,  relied on ill hearts.  thorns on each step, heart filled with regret. life flipped abruptly, where to go, what to see. brute journey was long, was misled, was wan.  trust on one,  thrusted so long. but she woke up, at the r  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 07:11 PM
Monsoon wedding
By Ayush Chhabra in Poetry | Reads: 216 | Likes: 0
A monsoon wedding is finalised. Your abundance & My parched eyes On my doorstep  Right on time This nature blooms like our guests have arrived Under a windy Portico For Our wedlock -My damp hands & your Ceaseless AYE.   Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 04:21 AM
Nature and Me
By Doyel Chanda in Poetry | Reads: 215 | Likes: 0
My life is full of love and care, But what about the fresh air?                                             The water is not clean,                 &n  Read More...
Published on Apr 8,2020 07:22 AM
You could have left my hand, Not all at once...
By BHUMIKA AGGARWAL in Poetry | Reads: 214 | Likes: 0
I kept running,  Just a little ahead of you. You held my hand all the while, I knew, That you were there, That you would be there. But suddenly I couldn't feel your hand. It didn't hold mine, anymore. You were gone. Maybe, you had walked away, Or maybe, I had come too far. But, weren't you ev  Read More...
Published on May 4,2020 11:53 AM
Postponed appointments
By Neema Kumari in General Literary | Reads: 214 | Likes: 0
He was lost in thoughts as he was watering the red rose plant, favourite of Nisha, her wife. He was brought back into the present, with her voice from the kitchen window, "Nameet, stop. Look, what are you doing? You are overwatering the roses." He looked down and immediately shifted the stream of wa  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 11:10 PM
By sayyam jain in Poetry | Reads: 213 | Likes: 0
CHAPTER 1 Yes,  It took away many lives It has destroyed many hives It affected individual's Autonomy It disrupted country's economy It made many people jobless It held many lives hopeless No one would have imagined A day will come and we'll be to self quarantined Because it will be annouced   Read More...
Published on May 29,2020 11:51 AM
Fifty years after
By Aysha Naurein in Poetry | Reads: 211 | Likes: 0
Before you be my lover, know this.  I'm flawed, raw, real. I'm flesh and bones. I'm nothing like the girls you screenshot on Instagram.  I'm made up of emotions. I cry freely. But I don't cry in front of just about anyone. And if I do it in front of you, know that I consider you a mirror o  Read More...
Published on Apr 29,2020 04:21 PM