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An Intimate date with yourself being Quarantined/Lockdo
By Irene George in Poetry | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
My sisters and Me playing Pretend Kitchen I am of the 90s kids, I lived my childhood without a cellphone, no access to fast and easy internet. All the games we played were all handmade toys. The cricket bat was made of coconut leaf stalk(Petiole),we would play catch games, we would have raw mango p  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 08:52 PM
By sherin saji in Romance | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
"Do this for me please Namy...please ..please..you know how much i hate homeworks right?..please agree"Naksh was begging me ..like always...while Riya ignored his chants and continued with hers..i tried to ignore him..i couldn't..how could i?He was my first love...even though i wasnt his...I couldn  Read More...
Published on Apr 15,2020 06:51 PM
Other side of love
By Neeta Mahawer in Romance | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
Aren't i be But one day i will be Ur X ur Y or Z...   Remembering the seconds we lived we loved, one another Deathless nights, Ceaseless talks, Yearning to fly, Burning so high, Pleasuring sounds, Sweating pounds, Wetted lying on beds...   In scattering pale moonlights I see m  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 03:50 PM
By Arjun V H in Poetry | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
I walked in all directins in search of the wall, Wall where your thoughts end in me, Wall where your shadows stop casting in me, Wall which I have to cross , To see what lies behind. Legs tired of searching for the wall , I surrendered myself  to the endless mystery in you.  Read More...
Published on Apr 12,2020 10:26 AM
By Abhay Rao in Poetry | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
Monochromatic  My world is monochromatic, we are all grey No white knights in shining armor No black demons sent to devour Righteously indignant, believers and ignorance We are all heroes here, we are all villains Our silent condoning feels like compliance Trained since childhood to spot the di  Read More...
Published on Jun 2,2020 11:03 PM
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
Buddha The luminous light of the full moon Reminds us the serenity of Buddha.  Strongly identified, a great obstacle These trying times, a great witness You come alone and you go alone.  Needed the deeper dimensions of life Touch beyond the fear of suffering Your part, must see and handle   Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 04:35 PM
The Clandestine Redemption
By Barsha Priyadarshini Kar in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
Quietude draped the globe ,in its protective robe, God hurled potions of tranquility, Perhaps he conspired to lull his avaricious sapiens to sleep, To sleep and be rejuvinated, To breathe for a while, not gasp, To caress his aching spine, To soften his limbs and contused skin, To treat the gaping ab  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 09:10 PM
Brave heart
By Saloni Bhargava in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
Yes, I am a brave heart.  I rise above my sorrows,  just as a Phoenix rises from the ashes.  Yes, I am a brave heart.  I find solace in myself, when everyone leaves my side. Yes, I am a brave heart.  I listen to myself, even when the voices around me are deafeningly loud.&nb  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 10:25 AM
By Mira Midha in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
I can only pay this tribute...A Poem....So many have died unseen...muted and overlooked. Now a tribute, respecting their lives too, has to resound for all to hear! While we are battling our fears during this 'Lockdown' there are those who care not for the dread that lurks menacingly in the air.  Read More...
Published on May 5,2020 07:43 PM
By ANUSHADINESHKATARIA in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
Flora lamented Trees pleaded Rains soured Fauna 'recked Earth wretched Skies with plumbum clouds Nature cried aloud O'Alas!!woe to Earth, Be it crowned by corona Lost 'ts aesthetic aroma What a bitter verona!! Thee,humans Scuffling abo't with biowars Across the oceans & lands Turning clouds grey  Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 02:32 PM
Two Poems
By SANTHI KRISHNA in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
I.   Sleep My Child, Sleep...         (To Ailan Kurdi) Sleep my child, sleep... In the rocking cradle of the Mediterranean On the frothy bed bedecked by sea weeds and (pebbles  Under the vast sepulchre of the sky. Lullabies of gentle breeze may lull you asleep. Sl  Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 10:34 PM
To The Oblivion
By Troyee Basu in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
She's a bad bad girl with shameless perplexing thoughts and  a stripped mind. It was told that  she has a wretched pitch black heart better known as shredded cold hearted. But few knew who she really was. She used to believe in conviction  to reach the epitome of life. Few tried to q  Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 12:46 PM
By Aboli in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
I have a habit of repeating. A habit of repeating a thought over and over again, until I feel I have thought the hell out of it. If I like something about you, I'll tell it to you a thousand times in different ways, until I feel satisfied that I have communicated it enough. I'll repeat. I have   Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 12:55 AM
Pandemic fight
By kojagari sen in True Story | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
The plague of Justinian was the beginning of the first plague pandemic. It was caused by Bacterium Yersinia Pests.  It effected the entire Mediterranean Basin,  Europe and the Roman Empire. It killed more than 25 million people and stayed from 541to750. Following it the Black Death also ap  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 09:22 AM
Love for depth
By Priya Das in Poetry | Reads: 96 | Likes: 0
                       Love for Depth                                           - Priya Das          The 
Published on May 12,2020 12:28 AM