The Monster
By Sandeep Doifode in Crime | Reads: 677 | Likes: 12
To any reader perusing this story as you sink back into your chair, would you say to yourself am I astounded by what I am reading or is it a mere waste of time? And after you have read this story, would you find yourself trying to grapple with the existential question of the seeming futility of  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 01:04 PM
The Unexpected Guest
By RATNA P in True Story | Reads: 752 | Likes: 11
An Unexpected Guest It was 10am. I just had my tea and had more than an hour to start preparing the lunch. I thought, “let me do some sewing”.  Only last week I had repaired and cleaned my sewing machine and was itching to try something. Why not some masks?  We will surely need  Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 04:41 PM
Krishna's crush Seetha...!
By Sowndar Krishna R S in Romance | Reads: 647 | Likes: 11
Krishna's crush Seetha...!                                                                               
Published on Apr 6,2020 02:20 PM
The Aurora
By Swastika in Poetry | Reads: 551 | Likes: 11
The Aurora breaks upon  Spilling it's Magic over the cold white Mountains;  The Stars were shouting  The Sun was chasing the Moon  The game was same as children's.  The Sky was Divine and Infinite  Against our electric globe. The loud tranquillity spoke;  Of Life   Read More...
Published on Apr 12,2020 11:28 AM
Filter and Flaws
By Namrata Dev in Poetry | Reads: 1,727 | Likes: 9
Snapping out of the snapchat filters I embraced the filter free days Knowing I’ll be thoroughly exposed Of all my deepest shames My double chinned face And the acne scar trace Fat waist and a flat chest Split ends and old school trends Thick thighs and sunken eyes Tiny palms and faded hair dye  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:52 PM
The Visitor
By Sudhir Rao in True Story | Reads: 1,198 | Likes: 9
It was dusk. She walked through the house switching on the lights in the Kitchen, the Pooja Room and the living room. She was alone, as she had often been since she got married years ago. Her husband was out on a Marketing tour, something that happened quite frequently. Her son was abroad and she ho  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:29 PM
By Prakash in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 811 | Likes: 9
ESSENCE OF SENSE.......By Commodore G Prakash.....    They moved with real purpose. Nothing distracted them. Neither bullying buses,  nor hurrying people.  Autorikshaws turning around without warning could go to hell. They didn't care. They moved on, young and old, male and femal  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 02:56 PM
By parul in General Literary | Reads: 523 | Likes: 9
WHEN SHE SPEAKS…   My low moan woke her up from her deep sleep, which she got after unusual long hours of work. I have always seen her too busy, most of the times just grabbing stuff in the house and moving them one place from another. I have no idea what would happen if everything hasn&  Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 01:58 AM
My first F(P)light
By Kothai Ravi in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 395 | Likes: 9
Like every middle class parent even my life was busy with bringing up children ,their education ,marriage etc.I didnt even have time to watch the planes flying in the sky ,which was my childhood hobby.Where would I have time or budget to fly in the plane? Seeing my grandchildren teasing me that I ha  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 08:41 AM
The lil brat!
By Dr.Anjutha Ranganathan in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 850 | Likes: 8
"Thieves, muggers everywhere!" said my dad. So it was my dad and myself at home. My dad had to go out, leaving me all alone at home. As he was about to leave the house, he told me to lock all the doors and be safe, assuring me he will be back soon. And suddenly, there was a pin drop silence. A   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 10:10 PM
With love, To the Ever-Locked-down Woman
By Nazam Riar in Poetry | Reads: 599 | Likes: 8
Ah! Every nook and cranny of the house is spic- and- span Now, it is my turn to clean the hidden realms of my heart too And bring to the surface the buried desires from my lowest ebb That didn’t experience a single ray of sun light Like the unborn child dead in mother’s womb. They went   Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 04:29 PM
A Doctor in China
By Kavindi M. Jayasinghe in Poetry | Reads: 1,823 | Likes: 7
Chaos rained all over the country, Helpless was I, with my team A virus, destructive since the day of entry Never did we assume, not even in a dream. We could've controlled it, underestimated did we Just like a common cold, it'll depart away Yet, it strived inside my people's bodies with glee Confir  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:06 PM
A Stethoscope Amidst Gunfire!
By Urvashi Tandon in True Story | Reads: 806 | Likes: 7
It was the 14th of May in 2002. Terrorists had entered an Army base in Jammu and fired indiscriminately at families and children of Army personnel and the incident at Kaluchak grabbed headlines. Our friendly neighbour had been at it again! It was a known fact that when the winter snow thawed, the te  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 12:16 PM
By Jesse Rwangmei in Romance | Reads: 753 | Likes: 7
I was sitting on the two-seater rows of the bus. On the left were the three-seater seats which I had always avoided whenever possible. To have two strangers seated next to me, ugh, that just squeezes my personal space and I have always felt cramped and crowded. The sun had moved to the west and I kn  Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 10:37 PM
The Surreal Quarantine Life
By Kargila Ranganathan in Poetry | Reads: 726 | Likes: 7
Waking up tired Relishing the lazy sound sleep. Yet, the urge to check notifications Remain unchanged, anyday. Sitting back, then taking pleasure In  having  a homespun  meal. Kicking back with chaos – While the brain switches between The television remote, WhatsApp, Instagr  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 12:39 AM