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Your Advent.
By Ankita Saha in Poetry | Reads: 209 | Likes: 1
I sensed your coming, I knew your being, Quite apparently, Quite before you had arrived.   On a plain summer afternoon, While the world outside lagged a little, I was resting on the chair, slackly as ever, With my fingers holding their cup of tea. The white curtains of the window swung a littl  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:35 PM
A Horrifying Dream with a bit FUN
By Harshit Goyal (Lucifer) in Horror | Reads: 223 | Likes: 1
The following incident is of my real life and is taken from my book "JOURNEY WITH A DEMON" [It was a very pleasant and sunny day but suddenly cloud had surrounded all over the sky making the place dark and cloudy, suddenly some eerie sounds started to come which started horrifying me and it started  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:37 PM
Ways to Combat Corona virus
By Jose Heavena Fernando in True Story | Reads: 626 | Likes: 1
The pandemic outbreak of Corona virus, infecting humans needs to get combat by strengthening the immune system of oneself.As the viral particles is all in the air droplets,we have to protect ourselves by improving our immune system.Rather than working on the viruses, it's is suggested to work on our  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:40 PM
Stop the Rickshaw
By Aastha Mehndirata in Poetry | Reads: 115 | Likes: 1
As I settled in a half-painted, rusted rickshaw, And sat on the torn black seat,  I told the rickshaw driver where to go, And he nodded his head.    When I was halfway there,  I asked the rickshaw diver, “Why are you driving so slowly” in my fluent Hindi, He remarked   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:41 PM
Past stories
By khushdeep kaur in Romance | Reads: 208 | Likes: 1
Past is not always meant to be regrettedPast is the tym to get learned and move onpast is not to cry forPast is to remove the rain of tears into cheerfulness past is not always the darker sidepast is something to be of brightest,loveable memories. Never judge a person from their past because that wo  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:41 PM
SÙTON {twilight; the approach of death or end of someth
By Arya Anand in General Literary | Reads: 259 | Likes: 2
With a loud ‘Thud’, he fell off the noose hanging over the ceiling fan onto the gelid floor engulfed in his own royal blood as the crackling of the lightning and rumble of the thunder made his fall go unnoticed to his wicked step mother, storeys below…“Death isn’t the   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:41 PM
Blind date ( Hindi Story)
By Moumita Bagchi in Romance | Reads: 216 | Likes: 0
दिल्ली की दिसम्बर की सर्दी की एकसुबह सानिया जब अपने ऊपर कंबल ताने मजे से सो रही थी, तभी मेसेंजर की नोटिफिकेशन की एक   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:41 PM
Sun-Kissed
By Ankita Saha in Romance | Reads: 388 | Likes: 3
And finally, she decides to agree on the date for the Date. Tanya's first-ever date. The only time Tanya is otherwise seen, out with a man is with her Dad while he comes over to the city to see her, over lunch and sometimes over dinner too. That's the only kind of table-talk with a man she knew. Tha  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:41 PM
The Lone Rider
By Cindy Pereira in Horror | Reads: 155 | Likes: 1
It was sharply cold outside and it was dark. Yet high in the heavens, above the cloud of churning, white mist the stars were bright pins of icy light. The road was lit up by my cab’s headlights, but ahead of the beam, hazy in the swirl, all was dark. Behind us, in the distance shone a single b  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:41 PM
The Girl I Married Twice
By Avinash Kunchurkar in Romance | Reads: 164 | Likes: 2
I was hiding the truth. I felt as if I had done a blunder. Just two weeks later, on a late evening, my heart skipped a beat or two and my throat ran dry when my dad said: "Son, the girl you met at our relative's house - Nisha, is the girl your mom and I have chosen for you and we think, she will be   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:19 AM
A love story
By aron in Fantasy | Reads: 328 | Likes: 3
It's an ordinary day where the sun rises at 6.00am And the birds started chattering around all the corners of the house .but when the story starts ,what is a love here ,when I say that the ordinary day not seems  ordinary for you,ok here it is ... A writer   fall in love with a girl   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:42 PM
Gravitate
By AKHIL KUMAR in Poetry | Reads: 278 | Likes: 0
Lights fades and  the sound perishes  Air now, feels much lighter to breathe. The current shall always be strange, as  I shall always gravitate to my city to the chaos That shaped me to live. Screens are bright and doors don't squeak  Antiques hangs from the wall. The space has   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:42 PM
Corona Quarantine
By Dr. Sameer Golwelkar in General Literary | Reads: 255 | Likes: 0
CORONA QUARANTINE - AN OPPORTUNITY TO INTROSPECT AND EVOLVE    Humanity is struggling with a new challenge from nature. Sankhya calls it as "Adhidevik dukkha”.    As a preventive measure, one is encouraged to stay home in order to curtail the spreading of the infection. One  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:42 PM
Move on
By bharat arora in Poetry | Reads: 131 | Likes: 0
Move onn  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:42 PM
Enlightening Forgiveness
By Ashna Ddhannak in Supernatural | Reads: 107 | Likes: 1
Forgiveness is the ultimate tool to heal your overall existence on this planet… Ashna Ddhannak I am writing this short blog to spread the awareness & awaken the lost part of one's consciousness that has been buried under the enormous compulsion of the worldly pressures. & expectation  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:51 PM