Long lost son
By Nidhi karkhanis in General Literary | Reads: 219 | Likes: 9
 It's been 15 years now, that I have been settled in this beautiful city - Paris. I came here alone on a scholarship, to live my dream. I met my soulmate, married her and had two beautiful kids. It's been 5 years; or more maybe that I haven't visited India. I was born and brought up there, in M  Read More...
Published on May 10,2020 02:31 PM
By Sahelipa Datta in Poetry | Reads: 212 | Likes: 9
BEAUTY & THE BEAST Mysterious the Ground.. Mystery in the Sky.. Mysteriously I found.. Two little butterfly.. Playing in the leaves.. Dancing in the air.. Together with true beliefs.. Blessing my eyes here.. I was standing.. With a cup of tea.. Smelling the essence.. Of this Nature's Beauty.  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 03:58 PM
the art of unloving
By Avni Jain in Poetry | Reads: 144 | Likes: 9
this sunset doesn’t make me miss you anymore, the clock’s ticking, now doesn’t prick a needle in chest, reminding me of you. now the calmness in air doesn’t remind me of your safe arms, this beautiful evening doesn’t make me go back to the evenings you made beautiful. t  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 09:50 PM
a year of estrangement
By Avni Jain in Poetry | Reads: 137 | Likes: 9
its been a year since you’ve gone the summers had the chaos. but i loved the peace while i was caged inside your arms. the autumn came: the fall season. the leaves fell and so did i. i fell apart thinking of you. the winters came. they were dry. they weren’t as comforting as they were wi  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 11:55 PM
By Jayasudha Bhaskaran in General Literary | Reads: 2,779 | Likes: 8
LOCKDOWN DAYS:A PERIOD OF SELF       REALIZATION Everyone of us must be tired of lockdown, staying at home having nothing to do.It is indeed boring to stay at home all the day long  having nothing important to do except those professionals who work from home.The others try h  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 11:03 AM
Chicken Cutlet
By Eleena Sanyal Banerji in General Literary | Reads: 1,049 | Likes: 8
Chicken Cutlet They all made a beeline to the ATM. Rukmini stood behind at least a dozen. A gnarled old man lay next to the bus stop in rags. A dirty, long beard grew out of his face. He smiled faintly at her in drunken stupor. The man standing inside the deeply air-conditioned kiosk withdrew cash   Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 10:59 AM
COVID-19 : Is it an eye-opener ?
By Snehal Amol Patil in General Literary | Reads: 643 | Likes: 8
    During Covid-19 pandemic, stores are shutdown, public gathering are banned, travel is restricted, physical/social distancing imposed, so this is some form of lockdown, just to slow down the spread of Covid-19. As every coin has two sides in the same way that, all of these having positi  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 11:05 PM
It's me
By Shweta Sharma in Mystery | Reads: 530 | Likes: 8
It was getting darker with the full moon shining bright in the sky, when a sudden breeze hit Piu on her cheeks & breaks her chain of thoughts. She hurriedly gets up from the bench under the neem tree in the city park where she had been sitting for hours. Looking at her watch showing 12 in the m  Read More...
Published on May 29,2020 12:07 AM
Violet, Red and Everything in between
By Kanishka Roy in General Literary | Reads: 480 | Likes: 8
Two lines. Positive. That’s what the test kit said. Double lines mean pregnant.  This shouldn’t have happened. Not now, when everything was perfect. ************* Red. Not the bright screaming shade, more like stubborn acne marks. Once, it was white. A dazzling porcelain, out of  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 05:12 PM
Time to Ponder
By Malini subrahmaniam in Travel | Reads: 437 | Likes: 8
    THE NEW NORMAL……………………TIME TO PONDER Getting creative and stronger during lockdown             By  Malini Subrahmaniam   We are all confined at home, currently. We h  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 04:54 PM
Call Awaited.
By Soraisam Anuka in General Literary | Reads: 349 | Likes: 8
It rang seven times, but there was no answer from the other side. He thought to redial once more but was interrupted in between, “Ali beta, zara khana charado”, he replied back “thik hai Ammi”. The wind was breezy outside and he decided to sit at the backyard, Manjil, their o  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 03:55 PM
Beautiful Chaos
By Andriya Merlin in Poetry | Reads: 319 | Likes: 8
Beautiful Chaos It is a beautiful chaos you and  me stranded and broken in the stubborness of childish desires. As the sun plays hide and seek with the moon;we played too to get glimpses of each other when daylight changed to darkness. A painful vague recollection of who you were resided in me   Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:36 AM
The Deadly Spring
By saloni khandelwal in Poetry | Reads: 316 | Likes: 8
The cherry blossoms of death were blooming,  And the green grass was turning into ice.  We all are waiting for the sun,  Which doesn't plan to rise.  You know there used to be a time when birds used to chirp and sing,  And never-ending happiness, that it used to bring.&nbs  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 08:50 PM
By subhadra kunduri in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 294 | Likes: 8
Interrobang?! Raj was yelling from the garage. “Susie, please bring my tool box.” Susie yelled back, “Comiiiiiing….” Susie was in a good space. Lockdown 4.0 guidelines meant that they were free to move. Free to go to the office, if you were fed up of WFH.   &  Read More...
Published on May 21,2020 09:21 PM
By Ati Anand in Romance | Reads: 275 | Likes: 8
They were not only from two different countries, but their routes were also not going to intersect, even in their imagination. But one thing was on both sides, that was the "pure love" which forget these differences between them. So the story begins with a girl whose name is"Afreen" from  Pakis  Read More...
Published on May 23,2020 10:02 PM