By Naina Sontakkey in Poetry | Reads: 103 | Likes: 0
I wish those waves take me away That destroy sand castles on sea shore Each time I'll choke beneath the water Will always want me to rise more   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:43 PM
The psychopathic behavior in a socioeconomic environme
By Anandaraj Karunakaran in General Literary | Reads: 132 | Likes: 0
23 February 2018 Brain Storm 97: The psychopathic behavior in a socioeconomic environment and the remedy: The Genetically caused socioeconomic injuries via psychopathic behavior: In 2012, Dr. Kent Kiehl, a psychologist at the University of Mexico and one of the foremost experts on psychopathic, disc  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:43 PM
The Winter Tale
By Rohit Padala in General Literary | Reads: 257 | Likes: 2
As I looked out the window that morning, the honeyed autumn winds whistled in response. I hopped out, the fallow leaves crunched under my tread as I reached out for my bow and filled quiver, stashed away under the plinth platform. I put on my hunting boots with utmost stealth before I slipped out in  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:43 PM
Medusa, Good or Evil? Truth is out.
By Harshit Goyal (Lucifer) in Mythology | Reads: 1,671 | Likes: 1
What we knew about Medusa?   Medusa is a monster; she kills everyone, the one who ever gets looked upon by her turns into a stone, she is cursed, people of her time never ever like her, never want to see her. But all the claims are half true no one knew her true story, none knew of what she had  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 05:15 PM
You + Me = Us
By Sneha in Romance | Reads: 299 | Likes: 6
The concept of “you” and “me” turning to “us” is exceptionally beautiful.  The prose of “us” is extra ordinarily captivating.  The rhythm of “our” heartbeat is soothingly serene.  The tune to the song “we” sing is  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:52 PM
The Summer Love
By Amitha Nair in Poetry | Reads: 158 | Likes: 0
I met him on a summer eve It was fast as he got round my sleeves The whole world smelt of maple trees, I stood on the edge of falling free..   And he haunts me in the night, With his goddamn forbidden smile, But I can't meet his eyes for a while, I'm afraid to get lost , Lost in his divine sigh  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:57 PM
My Achilles heel
By Thea Rose in Poetry | Reads: 165 | Likes: 1
my Achilles heel is that every time I fall in love with someone or something.I invest all of me,I'm willing to put my all in and even when I try not to or don't want to,It's too little too late, I've already fallen,hard.  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 03:58 PM
By T.Shanmugavadivu in General Literary | Reads: 181 | Likes: 0
'TIS TIME FOR A TIDIER MIND The ongoing Corona phenomenon has given rise to a 'Mental clutter' in many of us.Like  worrying about the future; ruminating about the past; being in dreadful fear and so on... Sometimes,our brains are in a serious overdrive! A stream of clutter slowly has turned ou  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:00 PM
Take a step ahead
By Trupti Padhiary in General Literary | Reads: 159 | Likes: 1
Stop hiding behind your tears.  Stop listening to your fears. Stop thinking about the circumstances, For life will give you many chances. Just get up and take a step ahead. Let the light of hope fall upon your head. Things will turn out to be crystal clear, And you will move again without any f  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:18 PM
Corona is their revenge
By shishir in General Literary | Reads: 108 | Likes: 0
Millions of animal mothers have cried,Staring at humans with teary eyes,for their children murdered in from of them,Just to have the taste of their peices...???!!!! We humans punish each other for homicide but who is to decide punishment for THERIOCIDE.Calves dragged out of their mother's freshly cu  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:27 PM
Uff Quarantine!
By Avileena in General Literary | Reads: 186 | Likes: 0
#writeyourheartout "I hate quarantine maa." Nidha cried out. "I want to go breathe some air. God! I'm so bored!!" "Come on Nidha, there are a lot of things you can do inside the house." Nidha's mom, Jaesha replied. "Areyy Jaesha, you should have not let this girl go out at the first place. Look  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:45 PM
The stalwart I almost met...
By Viktor in Poetry | Reads: 425 | Likes: 15
Fatigue from shedding tears induced sleep at 2 AM hadn't stopped her from waking up at dawnsharply,She sat beside him promptly, a stoic statue of grace…The people came and went, all to pay their last respects to a stalwart, whom I met only throughthe eyes of his adoring granddaughter, who rel  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:45 PM
You've got mail
By Kartic Vaidyanathan in True Story | Reads: 155 | Likes: 1
It was Feb 1998. It had been barely a few weeks since I had first gone to the US. One fine day, the HR manager in the small startup where I was working called me and said: "You have got a postal mail that you have been possibly looking for".  I went to collect it and found a greeting card. It w  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:47 PM
Happy, Loved & Free
By Rithika Reddy in Travel | Reads: 209 | Likes: 0
I had recently travelled and I am so glad I did (you know, given the current circumstances and stuff). Similar to every time I travel, this was a dream I got to realise for a few days. When you think of it, we don't create our dream world to escape reality, but so we can survive it. When you travel,  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 04:54 PM
By Priya N Rao in Poetry | Reads: 148 | Likes: 1
IS IT TRUTH? Maybe we can't be together It's the biggest truth Maybe we can't live life like we imagined It's a bitter truth Maybe we can't make it till the end It's the hardest truth Maybe we will change soon It's the strongest truth Maybe our promises will last soon It's a real truth But these wor  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 05:13 PM