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Death of my beloved
By Prabir Sarkar in Fantasy | Reads: 183 | Likes: 0
And here it ended. It ended like it shouldn't have been. All this while, till this very day, I have been imagining myself counting my last breath and you come running to me with tears in your eyes begging me to not leave you. I imagined myself asking you to keep my head on your laps and while you di  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:44 PM
You Are Immortal
By Prabir Sarkar in Horror | Reads: 189 | Likes: 1
I was left isolated in a prison. It was somewhere far from the busy world, somewhere in the midst of a deserted island. My husband left me here. The rich bastard was committing adultery without my consent and on being caught, he did this to me. He didn't want a divorce as I would get inheritance ove  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:46 PM
The Silver Lining behind Covid-19
By Huzaifa Shakir in General Literary | Reads: 847 | Likes: 5
Today we meet in a dark hour as the worst pandemic in over a century sweeps the globe, stretching health systems and economies to breaking point and fear has enveloped the entire world. So the reason there’s a politics of fear right now is because fear sells. It’s much easier than having  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:16 PM
Swatch Bharat Mission
By Rajesh Valse in General Literary | Reads: 154 | Likes: 1
Swatch Bharat Mission ===================== Swatch Bharat itself indicates the tidy mission of India. It is an expected reform from ages. But due to some or the other reason this mission must have been procrastinated. But there were many reformers who intended to sort and maintain hygiene in India.   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 10:59 PM
Some things never dies
By Shambhavi Agrawal in General Literary | Reads: 146 | Likes: 1
For our eyes may defeat us in sight,Lovers may die, But the love never lies.Distance may be encountered for a while,But the emotions felt are always alive.For an angel may let her wings with a smile,But her good deeds will never stop her fly.For the mortal time that passes away,The memories made nev  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:03 PM
Darkness
By Anuja Sree in Poetry | Reads: 125 | Likes: 2
I'm the wings of night, A sign of fight, That glows up the light. I want to let thee know Your sorrows won't be tommorow So,to be strong is your owe. I'm the days That show thee the ways To build the golden rays. Don't hide your pain from my sight, I'll leave thee making thee alright.   &nb  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:04 PM
Phoolan Devi: A Villanious Heroine
By Rishabh Kamal in True Story | Reads: 260 | Likes: 0
Phoolan Devi was not just a bandit queen. She was also a righteous Daku, villainous heroine(villanious, because of the mode she resorted to) and much more. Her story will prove that. She overturned her powerlessness with brute of power. She withstood horrendously oppressive circumstances, was the vi  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:07 PM
Be Passive to Break Aggressive
By Shekhar Pawar in General Literary | Reads: 198 | Likes: 1
Now days Corona virus is spreading everywhere with very agressive nature. In this mode, each person on this earth can become passive to end its agression. It simply means, take care of few good habits which government is asking for us. We don't need to add fuel in Corona virus spreading. Be at home   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 01:58 PM
COVID-19 and Humanity
By Pravin gupta in Poetry | Reads: 821 | Likes: 0
"The world is not only for humans." This is what the nature says. But they (humans) ruined its fair law, Exploiting it in multiple ways. What they commit and what they do, It possesses a very long gap. Probably that's why Thanos had Wiped out mankind with a finger snap. They fought wars for so many   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:11 PM
THE ORANGE SUNSHINE
By fawaz in Poetry | Reads: 387 | Likes: 6
Popped an Orange Sunshine into the Lingua, the clouds were passing meteoric, those squint ones were closed, those hallucinatory ones suddenly opened. I could feel the Stars & the Planets around me. There was a twin flame, that affectionate one whom, didn't abandon me. He loved me, he gave me a C  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:11 PM
The painful silence
By Baishali Sonowal in Poetry | Reads: 385 | Likes: 1
Never did I realize, the presence of a haunted silence, How could I deny the gloomy shaped picture it displayed, Never did I imagine, the place it occupied in my heart, That tore my benevolence into pieces. I yelled, I screamed,  The pain was trying to kill, I yelled, I screamed, The pain would  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:23 PM
The War-Dream
By Adity Dubey in War Story | Reads: 183 | Likes: 1
April-1945, WW-II was going on.. In that war-torn world, Nazi Germany invaded a nation that was already suffering from hunger and depression. The Nazi soldiers captured a village in this nation and muredered innocent childern and sent new born babies to the main land of Nazi Germany.. They handcuffe  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:25 PM
Joke drama
By Sujal jain in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 255 | Likes: 2
Once, Alex, 10 year old boy came back home and his father was sitting on his armchair. Alex had got his result and he was little happy. He was curious to tell his result to his family. His father asked whether he had passed or not. Alex said, 'Pa, I got 285 out of three hundred. His parents were sur  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:37 PM
You are away
By Baishali Sonowal in Romance | Reads: 228 | Likes: 1
Do you listen to, do you fathom? Do you interact with the inner rhythm? Haven't I ever known, that a soul unknown, Would reside in my spiritual home. Where did you come from? When did you know me? I kept asking you. You looked at me, with those eyes romantic, You touched my hands, with those hands i  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:54 AM
It was always you
By soumya Harichandan in Romance | Reads: 170 | Likes: 2
It was a dark room. I felt being engulfed by a black hole. Nothing was familiar except darkness. But suddenly, i saw a scintilla of light. My eyes black out but when they slowly adjusted themselves, i found you as my only light of hope. I ran for you as fast as i could but it felt like an endless jo  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:05 AM