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I wish that day I would have hugged you a little tight.
By khushi kotak in Poetry | Reads: 63 | 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 Virus
By Mousumi Biswas in Poetry | Reads: 63 | 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
I wish
By Sk. Karemulla in Romance | Reads: 63 | Likes: 0
I wish I wish I could tell her how I feel. Today I saw the most beautiful girl in the whole 8th grade class ,and the world. Jenny was her name, when i asked she spoke like an angel. I wish I could tell her how I feel...12th Grade Year (Prom)I wish I wish I could tell her how I feel. Me and Jenny tal  Read More...
Published on Jun 5,2020 09:17 PM
Fifty years after
By Aysha Naurein in Poetry | Reads: 63 | 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
Formless Escape
By Tanveer Ahmad Khan in Poetry | Reads: 63 | Likes: 0
Formless Escape I wanna hide from you But where should I move The only place I know is you It is for you to leave me a clue Where should I move There are no trees left in you To protect me from the seething sun Beneath the ground is the boiling lava Aimed to turn me into ashes for you Baby!   Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 08:19 PM
Win or lose
By pranitha Reddy in True Story | Reads: 63 | Likes: 0
Amid the crisis .... While, few are immersed in fighting the  pandemic .. But .. Few are fighting for food ... Few are fighting to resuce one's life .. Few are fighting to protect someone's life . Few are fighting to save their own Life .. Few are fighting to survive ... ... Reason for one's fi  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 08:13 AM
Self Love
By Pragyanshree Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 63 | Likes: 0
She was scared seeing the happy faces around her,Being amidst the crowd, she felt lost trembling in terror.As if they were not laughing but mocking at her, Provoking her inner weakness to grow stronger..Whole life she struggled to perfect her act of smiling,But now she has to decide and stop th  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 01:37 AM
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 63 | 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 last letter
By Ayan Chakraborty in Poetry | Reads: 63 | 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
I am pure
By Nancy in Poetry | Reads: 63 | Likes: 0
Skipping, running and fooling around, How easy it were, had no bounds.  Ka-boom suddenly jerked by a sound, And I hit puberty more like a wound.  You've grown up" they said and I believed. That could be the only reason why my vagina bleed.  Preparing myself for something which is yet  Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 10:47 AM
The paraplegic attack
By Smaranika Sahoo in True Story | Reads: 62 | Likes: 0
As usual with a cup of coffee a diary and a pen i sat on my table to jot down my feelings on the paper... Taking a hot sip of coffee i started... "Y....", my hands are not working what happened? .. Again I tried.... "The..." oh damn what happened to my handwriting.. Why am i unable to write a word e  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 02:53 PM
By Smrithi Juanitha in Poetry | Reads: 62 | Likes: 0
There is a regret that the mind sows, questioning every good and bad decision you ever made. This regret scourges your thoughts, makes you wonder and imagine stuff. But, what if this regret actually leads you to realizations and truth? What if regret is a way through which God wants you to seek him   Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 03:02 PM
Empty Rocks My Cradle
By Delshad Master in Poetry | Reads: 62 | Likes: 0
                            Empty rocked my cradle, O Lord!!! I cried out to thee for help, My heart knew no happiness nor my mind any bliss, You held my hand and bore me a son, My bosom leapt of joy; my soul had made its peace. H  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 11:50 PM
The dull blue thing
By Iram Fatima in General Literary | Reads: 62 | Likes: 0
"What is the dull blue thing  you are hiding behind your back?"  You ask me dubiously. I shyly smile and reply, "that's my heart, my dignity, my soul. " "Why are you hiding that?"  I reply to you, Each and every time someone said to me , "Your nose is bit odd shaped." "Your have crook  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 05:46 AM
By Abhinav Jha in Poetry | Reads: 62 | Likes: 0
Engulfing the lies around this worldImagination got numbstaring at the stars beyond in the deep nightfilled in the sky, I fell low.looking into your eyesThe way we dreamt of to those nightsas you wished of,way towards the warm lightin the shadow of your breath.fell in methroughout those days in your  Read More...
Published on Apr 19,2020 02:09 PM