27... And Counting
By AKSHAY JOSHI in True Story | Reads: 365 | Likes: 3
On a Saturday evening after school, Sudhama came running to his mom shouting "mom...mom, where are you?! I need to tell you, something very important .... mom......". "what's the matter Kanna? what happened ?" asked Sudhama's mom. "Mom It was raining quite heavy and all the school buses were ready   Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 05:57 PM
Hope Is Near
By Johnny in Poetry | Reads: 347 | Likes: 3
Invisible enemy conquering with invincible power. Brilliant confrontation is the need of the hour. All rapidly forward to break the chain, With Healthcare workers without considering their pain. Cities are lockdown; factories are shutdown; People are quarantine to confirm corona is down. Beside the  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:36 AM
Behind the Camouflage
By Ravi Teja Civil in Poetry | Reads: 341 | Likes: 3
Behind my happy faced Camouflage that I wear, There's a hidden pain that I haven't Share.The pain that i overcome after you left me, is the only thing to define the strength of me I just hate the way you left,And then it made all my happiness theft... Yes, I've alone fought the w  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 07:46 PM
With love
By Rhea joseph in Western | Reads: 328 | Likes: 3
Dear Jeremy  By the time you will find this I will be long gone. And I want you to know that I am sorry for putting you through all this pain, none of which any of my justification could compensate. Don’t feel sad son and know that I am well aware of what I am doing and made this decision  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 12:49 AM
All is Fair!
By Aparna Chandrashekar in General Literary | Reads: 327 | Likes: 3
Ding dong, Asha rang the bell and waited for the door to open. Her mother in law opened the door unsmilingly, and quickly moved out of her way. Asha smiled at her only to be met with complete silence and coldness. Asha quickly changed out of her work clothes, and as she  she went into the kitc  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 12:41 AM
STRAIGHT FROM A FAUJI MOUTH
By B.M. Kapoor in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 325 | Likes: 3
The public perception of an army man is of a straight, stiff and disciplined person – usually with a stick in one hand and a mug of beer in the other. As is the case usually, perceptions are not always right. Army has its wit and lighter moments. Service life is full of adventure and challenge  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 11:29 AM
UNDER THE BLUE SKY
By Shruti in Poetry | Reads: 312 | Likes: 3
And there I was,  lying under the blue sky, with a continues shower of perspiration, and a relief of completing a hardcore workout. A deep breath with closed eyes, and felt serenity that relieved all my nerves! Opened my eyes to the white frothy clouds, and an aeroplane making it`s way   Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 12:24 PM
Magic
By Durga Priyadarshini R in General Literary | Reads: 306 | Likes: 3
It’s almost two weeks since my tail started hurting. This is keeping me worried now because grandpa Oscar says a happy wagging tail is one’s magic wand that heals others. I still manage to run everyday withstanding terrible aches that shoot up like haywire across my back, all for to see   Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 03:34 AM
Rocks and boulders
By Arvind in Poetry | Reads: 289 | Likes: 3
Life is full of adventures and obstacles Full of tragedies and miracles When we ride down the path to a glorious end We meet someone who will be our forever friend When we climb up the mountain to reach the top We upset a rock causing a landslide to flop The gears of the clock are always turning As   Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2020 07:06 AM
Scars
By Logavarshini Ravi in True Story | Reads: 285 | Likes: 3
Every scar entraps a history with a cause. However, the physical scars aren't painful but those on the soul, so deep and agonising which makes me shed a tear every time i provoke, is hard to handle. After all, what is the purpose of these scars? It's there to always remind me of not stepping into th  Read More...
Published on Apr 4,2020 03:24 PM
FRIENDS FOREVER
By Sangeetha sankarram in Poetry | Reads: 282 | Likes: 3
               Friends are the gifts from God, Some give us happiness, Few scold and correct our flaws, Some give us pleasant memories.   Some also become enemies, Few are fascinating, Some are unforgettable, Few become men  Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 12:40 PM
Bullying
By Ashu Sharma in Fantasy | Reads: 282 | Likes: 3
 Bullying   Jim is only child of Tom and Julia. He is twelve years old. Now he is in fifth grade. When he was younger, he had been very shy. But when he was sent to school, there was a change.  he had grown out of that and became quite extrovert and confident. He had even joined in al  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 11:22 PM
The tale of two cities
By subhadra kunduri in Fantasy | Reads: 276 | Likes: 3
The tale of two cities The wood-wide web was buzzing.  A new series of rootline interactions was being announced. A leading  rootwork telecaster was getting prominent plantizens from two cities for plant-versations.  Preparations were going on full swing.  The root-espondents, &  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 09:27 PM
The battle of cancer
By Anmol malhotra in True Story | Reads: 262 | Likes: 3
Its about 10 o clock in the morning when i was having my lunch with my parents....i am not able to eat my meal properly from a long days back  Tht day also the samething happens ..my father and mother scolded me like other parents on not eating food , but no one knowns my inner situation even i  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 11:27 AM
Walking away
By joshikaa devi in True Story | Reads: 247 | Likes: 3
Do you ever look at a specific moment in your life and wonder will this even make an impact on my future? Tara and varun have been bestfriends since their childhood,they are more like family. Family friends,their parents are friends with each other. Altogether they vibe so well,these are connections  Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 01:27 PM