By Jayasudha Bhaskaran in Mythology | Reads: 272 | Likes: 8
Born in a traditional Hindu family,I have come across few of the myths which were believed  by our ancestors.I still remember my grandmother asking me not to go outside once the lamp was lit in the evening.She also used to advise me not to cut the nails after sunset and to wear bangles,anklet,b  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 12:54 PM
Raghavi's Story Book - Story 3
By in General Literary | Reads: 254 | Likes: 8
I am Raghavi, I am studying 6th Standard in Everwin Vidhyashram, Perambur. i am writing this during this Corona days Here is my 3rd story.... Read it !!! Enjoy it and Like it !!!   Once upon a time there live a family with their 2 childrens Ram and Ashwin. Ram was very polite and helpful, but A  Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 11:24 PM
By kunal sanghvi in Poetry | Reads: 250 | Likes: 8
                                WAIT FOR ME.. The talks ended, but my love didn't And those last few words keep echoing.. If u love me, wait for me.. Flashes come by ... That kiss on the mole under my left eye My heart k  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 07:33 PM
5 Things That Love Taught Me
By Apoorva Vishnuvajhala in Poetry | Reads: 232 | Likes: 8
1. My mother's love taught me to be caring and selfless. It started from the moment she knew I existed. 2. My dad's love taught me to be brave and face any situation with my head held up high. He is after all my first hero. 3. My sister's love taught me to be playful but understanding. That is why m  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 11:06 PM
Avni's Faith
By Apurva Kale in General Literary | Reads: 160 | Likes: 8
Chapter 1 It was a radiant warm day. Feathered creatures were tweeting, wind was blowing and abruptly a voice appeared unexpectedly in the neighborhood,  “What ? Oh ! God !!!” This shout was all over in the house. As indicated by the third law of Newton, ' Each actio  Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 05:48 PM
By Suchismita Ghoshal in Poetry | Reads: 692 | Likes: 7
The world slowly proceeds to bid adieu, Humans slowly losing grips from emotions, Wearing plastic skin of lustrous hoax, They fail to offer aubade to nature. As I sit here in my home, Thoughts aren't leaving me until I reach the tombs Of everything never got the right to survive, The touch of healin  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 04:05 PM
Only Prayers
By Meenu in Poetry | Reads: 452 | Likes: 7
As the sun rises the flowers blossomed The rivers flowing in happiness. The trees standing straight, the day being bright. But on the on the other side the humans, Being powerful stay staring, cries being heard the wind even smell death, The roads are vacant,no more noises, No more gatherings, no mo  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 10:21 AM
By Vanilla Sharma in Thriller | Reads: 380 | Likes: 7
My wheezing breath is deafening. My humdrum heartbeats and the thundering tick-tock of the grandfather clock in the bedroom are close friends. My palpitations, dear friends of death, visit me every twilight. They bring me gifts; gifts of monotony, gifts of trepidation. There is something sinister ab  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 02:17 AM
The two musketeers
By subhadra kunduri in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 346 | Likes: 7
The two musketeers   It was 5 am in the morning. The house was quiet.  The spouses were asleep. The older children had settled down after late night binge watching.  Deepa and Deepika slowy tiptoed into the front verandah with their steaming mugs of tea. The two women were ‘co  Read More...
Published on Apr 29,2020 09:14 PM
Love Is Blind
By Mitali Mittal in Romance | Reads: 331 | Likes: 7
"Hey! where are you? I have been waiting for you since so long." Nisha said on call. "Sorry! But who is this?" Yash replied. Nisha looked back on the number that she dialed. Yaa it was a wrong number. "I am so sorry, I believe I have dialed a wrong number" Nisha said apprehensively. By the time Yash  Read More...
Published on May 24,2020 11:54 AM
By subhadra kunduri in Fantasy | Reads: 308 | Likes: 7
Plant-speak in Susie’s Garden The Champa (Plumeria)  family was in a great state of excitement.  Their beautiful and haughty cousin was just about to bloom, after being dormant for almost a year. The Champa Beige was asking Champa Ivory, why are we waiting with bated breath for this   Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 06:28 PM
Riding my broom stick but I am no witch!
By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 307 | Likes: 7
Wouldn’t be able to deny it entirely, now that the Corona Virus has literally ensured that most of the ladies, at least in India are riding broomsticks. I am too. With the morning call, not of the cock-a-doodle-do but the gentle humming of the water pumping motor, I jump out of bed and in one   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:32 PM
Gods and Humans
By Resham Singhania in General Literary | Reads: 263 | Likes: 7
I scroll through instagram only to see a post on my feed leaving me with a sentence I'm intrigued by and decide to use it as a prompt -Gods and Humans- Was man trying to be god himself? Was he trying to be indestructible? Should the invention of atom bombs and biomolecular weapons and ammunition b  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 02:38 PM
Love unlocked in Quarantine
By Harsha in Romance | Reads: 260 | Likes: 7
Meera and varun were best friends and neighbours too.. meera had shifted her home to bangalore as she has been placed in an well known IT company.varun never failed to make meera happy.He was  the one who was always been with her at every stages of her life.He knows each and every thing about h  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 03:32 PM
Heart Of The Sea
By Reshma in Poetry | Reads: 238 | Likes: 7
As the scarlet sun begins to set Upon the oceans of unrest With every ebb and every tide Waves begin to rise and hide Each time the wave reached the shore It carried back the grains of sand Amazed was I at this sight With every wave that came and went The sand would melt with the wave Seeing where   Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 07:29 PM