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1700 hrs on 22/03/2020
By Neelima Chakraborty in Poetry | Reads: 1,837 | Likes: 2
As the call of the conch shells Burns through the evening, The orange light pours in, Dissolving the listless longings In the ferocity of its blinding light, Pleading to turn its watchful gaze On the sight both spectacular and strange.  Sparring mortals converging into one, Overlapping shadows   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:05 AM
'Wet wipes' with 'umbrella repairs'?
What has 'wet wipes' to do with 'umbrella repairs'? For the past three days it had been raining heavily   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:14 AM
There are days...
By Neelima Chakraborty in Poetry | Reads: 324 | Likes: 0
There are days When dreams sneak behind the door That has been unopened for ages Gathering dust, nonplussed With the storm that it has weathered. There are days When the little voice Can't stop singing Coaxing the dream to peek through The window and look... Look at the luscious blue There are days   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:17 AM
How to combat corona fear towards self-control and love
By Sudipta Mishra in War Story | Reads: 259 | Likes: 0
In a major worldwide outbreak of novel COVID-19 virus  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:18 AM
Corona Days..
By Jill Shah in Poetry | Reads: 125 | Likes: 1
Breathing had became a terror  Suspicious was ensuing the existence. The war of superiority, Intertwined into mesh of verve - spirit The skirmish of the bod Doomed over the passion of the soul. Living became a risk,  Suspiring swerves a peril, Togetherness seemed to be a nuisance ;  T  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:17 AM
Shores
By RAK~ in Poetry | Reads: 433 | Likes: 4
I walk towards you, Leaving these chaotic city lights behind me, Towards your warmth, Towards a faint silhouette beneath a starless sky... These sands of doubt slow me down, It's not brightness away from the light that I seek in you, It's the comfort that I find in the darkness I yearn more, It's no  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:22 AM
Firefighter Kalpana
By Ajith Siva in True Story | Reads: 154 | Likes: 0
I always wanted to be a firefighter like my dad. Especially when he was telling me his stories of the wars against the fire. His duty is to battle with fires when it catches up in any external places. But when his life was ended up in a street fight, I had this thought that who will fight with the f  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:30 AM
Dream-chaser
By Vipin Shafaq Dhyani in Poetry | Reads: 114 | Likes: 0
कभी कोई नहीं सराहेगा तुम्हारा उस राह पे चलना जो आम न हो कभी कोई नही सराहेगा  तुम्हारा ख़ुद से ख़ुद के लिए  फैसले ले  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:37 AM
Why self defence can reduce crimes related to women
By Harish Muralidhar in Crime | Reads: 215 | Likes: 1
There was a police officer whose area will be 99% rape free after. Evryone wondered why?   The reason was everyone he would train 1000's of girl for self-defense. Everynight 5-10 cases would be booked for rape attempt but no rape happend. I hope this story inspires all ladies to learn self defe  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:40 AM
Pause
By Dr. Divya Mishra in Poetry | Reads: 150 | Likes: 0
Pause In the chaos and run to be perfect Have we forgotten to feel the feeling? To be beautiful of someone else's kind, have we forgotten to be our own kind of beautiful. To fit in the definition of others, have we forgotten to frame one. We started to just finish. The journey we should have lived   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:43 AM
Oh! Nature
By Chetan Kohar in Poetry | Reads: 130 | Likes: 0
Human To Nature:-                                      Oh! Nature be kind on us,                                  you're  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:42 AM
The girl who was raped ( chapter 1)
By Nitin Jangid in Crime | Reads: 299 | Likes: 1
Today it was a walk on the road like everyday. Even today, there were carts of fruit on the roadside. People were bargaining for fruits on Fellows. It was a town street that was deserted after a crowded area of ​​some area. It was morning and the children were going towards the school with their  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:46 AM
Journey
By Ananya in Poetry | Reads: 100 | Likes: 1
Journey • I think about things/objects and their journey's a lot. I often wonder where they went or where they'll go. ~ 8 years I used to have a red colored pencil I loved dearly, But lost it eventually. I wonder who found it, Who uses it now, Where is it now? 12 years I used to have a key chai  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:51 AM
Woman by the wayside
By Akber Ayub in True Story | Reads: 181 | Likes: 0
    Akber Ayub akbersait@yahoo.co.uk Ph: 9886030621     Woman by the wayside   I was travelling through interior Kerala gathering material for a coffee-table travel book. I was in Thirunelly, a green, hilly outpost in Wayanad, known for its ancient temples and fabulous trekk  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:52 AM
Kwahish
By Bhushan Patil in Romance | Reads: 175 | Likes: 1
घंटियों की गनगनाहट से सुबह की शुरुआत हो चुकी थी। आकाश जो एक ब्राह्मण परिवार का बड़ा ही संस्कारी लड़का था। उसने अपनी आ  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:55 AM