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Eye or I
By Priya N Rao in Poetry | Reads: 1,171 | Likes: 41
EYE OR I? Because only eye can see the world... Because only I can see you... Only eye can see the flower which blooms in the night And only I can see your dreams which glow overnight Only eye can see how the water flows to its destination And only I can see how your thought flows out from your mind  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 05:15 PM
The Agony of ECG
By Anilkumar Kurup in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 254 | Likes: 0
The first time it happened was long ago. It was a few weeks before my wedding that I booked in at a city hospital in for a general medical check. With quite an indulgent living, it was wise to have a medical check before pulling another person on board. Besides, the deaths of two people I knew persu  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 05:27 PM
Together
By ztorieez in Poetry | Reads: 115 | Likes: 0
We fight, We win, Standing together it all seems possible, Against all odds, Against all negativity, Humane we be. A little love , A little responsibility, We shall bring back our lives, As beautiful as they used to be. With hope for a better world, Togetherness is all that we need, For now and fore  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 05:37 PM
The Glorious Life of an Army Wife
By Kanchan Kapoor in True Story | Reads: 234 | Likes: 3
At one of our army posting stations, the Corps Commander (Lt Gen) often said that ‘in his next birth, he would like to be an army officer’s wife as there is no better life than that’. I think this is a truism and I would like to expand on this proposition. I was born in the family   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 10:01 AM
A Mysterious Honeymoon
By Raghav Arora in Mystery | Reads: 653 | Likes: 4
A gamut of mischievous raindrops was still on the Groove of facing wooden window of Room 108 Of Hotel Rendezvous, Dalhousie. Twenty minutes had been passed after the naughty rain stopped. Mr. Rohan Sen, along with his newly wedded bride Mrs. Palak Sen, had been recently checked in this sumptuous hot  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 06:07 PM
Before the last sleep comes
By Rahul Paul in Poetry | Reads: 188 | Likes: 1
We are the doctors. You and me . To serve the men for saving  in the hand of death. But one day. A man came and carried a disastrous disease with him as well. We don't know what to do the next. We treat him as our best to recover. But no medicines can save his life.  Even we are failed. Ho  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 05:56 PM
time.....if only i could see....!
By rachna gupta in Poetry | Reads: 110 | Likes: 0
Time does change,It also runs out...How it changes lifeOh death, be not proud! It turns allAround on its headDoes time care if anythingIs alive or dead? It goes on and onIt never looks backIt sustains, or kills,For, feelings it does lack.. I wish i could knowWhat it has in storeFor me, them and you,  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:00 PM
Share The Pictures
By Ipsita Pujari in General Literary | Reads: 506 | Likes: 5
As the coronavirus pandemic grows more widely across the globe, here we are today, the whole country is silent and empty, lockdowns in many states and we have isolated ourselves at houses for our safety and towards safety of others too. We are constantly reading and sharing all the information about  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:12 PM
A fallen Leaf
By Pavalamani Pragasam in Fantasy | Reads: 372 | Likes: 2
Perhaps this is the last lap of my race. Mellowed and matured. I have reached my autumn and I am content to fold my wings and take rest. Now I simply observe the world around me. Being a leaf on the verge of falling all associations connected with the word "fall" come rushing to my mind. History boo  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:21 PM
Battles
By HARISH SANT in Poetry | Reads: 432 | Likes: 15
As they set forth fight it out on the highway to hell,  Who shall die and who shall live, nobody can tell...# Tankers, fighter planes, guns and ships,  Fire away in unison, killing hundreds in their trips...# And as the bodies pile up on either ends of the battle ground,  Brothers, fr  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:54 PM
Medusa Not an Evil Creature
By Harshit Goyal (Lucifer) in Mystery | Reads: 221 | 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 24,2020 06:56 PM
TOUGH TIMES BUT HAPPINESS GETS THROUGH
By Siddh in Poetry | Reads: 110 | Likes: 0
TOUGH TIMES BUT HAPPINESS GETS THROUGH Sure its a pretty tough time, but who said its wrong to be happy; this virus is just hat talk, don't let this make you sad, or maybe even raving mad!! Listen up lad, If you want to be as fit as before, then all you need is to wash your hands and not touch you  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 07:02 PM
Times of Corona and Survival of Fittest
By VICKY BHAIYA in General Literary | Reads: 326 | Likes: 0
Are you ready to get some bashing for being human! Trust me, we are. As nature has its way of keeping a balance in natural resources and population that can be nourished, there are instances of drastic measures time and again. And under such circumstances, populations are filtered by the threat  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 07:03 PM
The Missing Spectacles
By Cindy Pereira in True Story | Reads: 189 | Likes: 0
It wasn’t difficult for any of us to recognise the statue despite the grotesqueness of the work itself – the figurine of this great architect of India’s Constitution was absolutely dissimilar to the actual man himself, Dr. Ambedkar. It had a small head, a strawberry pink face, a gr  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 10:35 AM
I WISHED TO WALK IN BEAUTY
By Megha Upadhyaya in Poetry | Reads: 140 | Likes: 3
It was beginning to pall on me I suffered no casualties and the illness was none, The flashes of the past world fell upon me Some did lay and some did rest, The living memories were consum’d And so were the passions. A forlorn hope was all the heart contain’d Ergo, it shan’t be my  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 07:05 PM