Happy Birthday
By Kavya Jain in Romance | Reads: 360 | Likes: 5
The lights were dim under the shady roof and the music was screeching high. I have never liked such parties and i was here only because of my best friend. He has always been a crazy alcoholic, loitering around these clubs where i sincerely do not belong. Being the typical nerdy me, i sat along the b  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 01:15 AM
The Reunion
By Sridevi Nair in Romance | Reads: 336 | Likes: 5
She looked at herself in the mirror and gave a coy smile. She was wearing a blue top and a pink floor length skirt ."Not bad" ,she told herself. 'Blue' was her favourite color and today was a special day.  Jhanvi had come to Mumbai a couple of days back. She was here to visit her sister in law   Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 06:35 PM
Don't get lost in translation
By Yusuf Umrethwala in General Literary | Reads: 332 | Likes: 5
Amidst the confusing and baffling theories on the origin of languages, the most prudent and satisfying theory is the biblical narration of the tower of Babel. Since the inception of languages, there was a need for translation for the humans to communicate with people that didn’t speak their to  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 05:46 PM
Happy feet
By Pooja Kirpekar in General Literary | Reads: 323 | Likes: 5
They said: Black and shiny; polished and fitting. I said: Oh wait, Are you talking about the shoes I put on today or your notion of me? Just another day in all our lives but then again,such an overwhelming amount of adulation for one day! All I knew when I stumbled away from the doorway today was th  Read More...
Published on Jun 6,2020 06:28 PM
Kiss under the mistletoe
By Poulomi Kali in Romance | Reads: 310 | Likes: 5
Sitting unaware of the fact that you were the mascot of my life waiting in a station where my train stopped for me to board off and carry on with my journey... Yes the journey which is mysterious and I am insane enough to conquer it with all my powers and senses....yeah you are the mascot whom I me  Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 07:42 PM
Sealed with a Kiss
By Mitali Mittal in Romance | Reads: 308 | Likes: 5
"So, you are going. Right?" Akshay asked. "Yaa, I have to" Niharika replied in a low voice. It was not the thing that they both had envisioned of living with. Niharika had got a promotion and she had to leave for New York in next two days. But as vowed Niharika and Akshay spent the last day of Nihar  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 10:15 AM
I am positive
By Mousumi Biswas in Poetry | Reads: 306 | Likes: 5
I  AM POSITIVE  ( Entry for phase 2 )  With thumping heart I entered his room To be greeted by a calm & serene smile "All will be well", he consoled me Soon I was in a room full of strange machines Two masked men in green  Engaged  me in a friendly  chat "What do   Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 05:21 PM
Crash Course
By Giftsy Dorcas E. in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 293 | Likes: 5
       The advertisement seem enticing- "Come Crash and Win". He wondered how that would work out. He was an excellent driver, known among his buddies as "The Monster Wheels".       He took a better look at the flier in his hand. The other details on it was that da  Read More...
Published on May 10,2020 07:38 PM
The Storyteller
By H.A.R.R.I in General Literary | Reads: 291 | Likes: 5
"Days,"  muttered Inayat sucking the cigar. With an irony in his half teared eyelids, he moved his head towards Kalith. People around him only liked him for the long pauses he made in between. He was sitting near the sidewalk and his mate Kalith was standing beside him. The streets of  Read More...
Published on May 19,2020 12:27 AM
A Letter to March (Covid19)
By sagar siripuram in Poetry | Reads: 273 | Likes: 5
Dear March, You have been anything but a silence whirred across the streets, the oceans and the skies.  Nature begins to heal it's allies. Humans were caged and paralysed. Flora and fauna once again rose above to make them realize.  For the sins they've caused. For the indifference th  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 11:36 PM
A Portrait of the 'I'
By S.Vijayarani in Poetry | Reads: 258 | Likes: 5
A PORTRAIT OF THE "I' Behold, the dizzy nights and racy days.  As the ' smart ' trifles chime in interminable reminders and frenetic messages,  Dawns and dusks corroded by surfing and.  networking,    Draped in temporality,        Drenched in debauchery,&  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 10:55 AM
Afterlife
By Pubali Dey in Poetry | Reads: 206 | Likes: 5
He stays there There in the sky Millions of miles high He stays there in mere silence Out of the hustles and resonance Between the stars, Stays the brightest one Shining like the sun He stays there And he will stay there Till his next birth With his blessings and love Down on the earth He will stay   Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 11:44 AM
My Little Black Book_001
By Gabriela Caster in True Story | Reads: 201 | Likes: 5
They debated on the height, the weight, the age. Day after day, night after night. I wasn't sure if they were referring to me or the goats outside. #marriage  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 03:06 PM
The Market Of Sentiments
By Hammad Ahamad in Fantasy | Reads: 192 | Likes: 5
There was a bazaar filled with vendors selling emotions and sentiments in small brown packets as whatever is inside; my friend, is delicate. People enjoyed sprinkling pinches of pride on an ice popsicle, dipped in the chocolate fountain of contentment. Happiness was to them, what wheat flour is to  Read More...
Published on May 4,2020 01:40 PM
Boundaries of Ghats - "The Cage of Kashi'
By DEEPIKA RAO in General Literary | Reads: 180 | Likes: 5
The novelty of mind is precious. It is such a beautiful thing to cherish that every tiny bit of world is so different and unique for each mind.  That even the very definition of Beautiful and Unique is different for all the beings. The way we see the world, grasp an imagination or even a solid   Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 08:53 PM