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Love is at the peak
By Mirudhula Selvaraj in Romance | Reads: 135 | Likes: 3
One morning,a team of mountaineers meets at the bottom of the mountain. It is the team of seven members including their trainer. Their trainer turned them into a pair of two. Their trainer has given them a task of climbing the mountain's peak and return back again to the bottom of the mountain. With  Read More...
Published on Jul 7,2020 05:32 PM
A better failure
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 101 | Likes: 0
A better failureI'm just trying to ensure, to live like a better failureNo matter what marks you secure, out of lifeAlways there is enough just to survive, thankfully! Trying times,a best consultant for activating us wonderfullyMe and you can construct our health actively. Successful but handling st  Read More...
Published on Jul 7,2020 08:59 PM
BUT
By P. Sharma in Poetry | Reads: 112 | Likes: 1
A cobbler polishes shoes of people but his own shoes are unpolished, A watchman takes care of whole society at night but no one takes care of his house, A presser iron clothes of others but his own clothes are unpressed, A ragpicker picks rag from houses but his own house has a collection of rags, I  Read More...
Published on Jul 7,2020 11:39 PM
Just let me be
By Jasmine Nankani in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
Glimpse: Why are people always telling others to behave? Why can't we just be ourselves? Why are girls always supposed to accept gender roles when it is not even necessary! Theywant me to behave. Theyw me to sit and fit, according to them. They want me to flex like a pro, when their torso hit mine   Read More...
Published on Jul 8,2020 01:56 PM
Just let me be
By Jasmine Nankani in Poetry | Reads: 109 | Likes: 0
Glimpse: Why are people always telling others to behave? Why can't we just be ourselves? Why are girls always supposed to accept gender roles when it is not even necessary! They want me to behave. They want  me to sit and fit, according to them. They want me to flex like a pro, when their tors  Read More...
Published on Jul 8,2020 02:01 PM
WHEN MOTHERS CRIED
By Colonel Dr Ramanan Duraiswami in Poetry | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
Disconnected in a connected World, Into a mindless morass you were hurled. Dazed, disoriented by drinks and drugs, Surrounded by treacherous knaves and thugs. Each day a thousand deaths you died, Each day, a mother cried.   Your face lit up by a radiant smile, You had it all, success and style!  Read More...
Published on Jul 8,2020 03:00 PM
TALE OF THE TIME TRAVELER
By Apoorva Joshi in Sci-fi | Reads: 107 | Likes: 0
Time travel as you all might already be aware of is an act of moving across time. As simple as it sounds this concept has boggled scientists and aging women for years. Almost all the secret government agencies are working for humans to travel back in time or perhaps in the future as well; to change   Read More...
Published on Jul 8,2020 07:50 PM
Consciously Ordinary
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 107 | Likes: 0
Consciously Ordinary With more inner work, dig away the covering Digging gold out of me, covered through layers of life What I thought necessary, was a compulsive accessory When simply layered off, knowing it consciously ordinary.  Recognition of the self, surely a great glory Actually fascinat  Read More...
Published on Jul 8,2020 09:59 PM
Action in Inaction
By Mridula Singh in Poetry | Reads: 194 | Likes: 0
Title : Action in Inaction Now is the time I think we are idle.And we got all the time to solve life's riddle.Can I do justice to even one of many aspirations?I just sigh! Gasping at each one of them with exasperations.I often brood on how much I grew in  many years.Did I have more laughs or ju  Read More...
Published on Jul 9,2020 09:20 AM
A Friend I Lost
By kaushik mohanty in General Literary | Reads: 100 | Likes: 2
There was a virus in the air no one knew much about it. Probably the Government had more information and announced a lock down for 21 days. At first it did not sink in what a lock down is. First few days went off well it seemed like a long earned rest.  Slowly infected numbers grew with no log  Read More...
Published on Jul 9,2020 03:17 PM
jee mains for chemistry everyday life
By jaswanth in General Literary | Reads: 94 | Likes: 0
                                                             Chemistry In Everyday Life  1. Drugs/ Medicines 2. Food  3. Cleasing   Read More...
Published on Jul 14,2020 10:14 AM
An account book Or phenomenon
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 125 | Likes: 0
An account book Or phenomenon An account book, only numbers matter A phenomenon of experience, numbers don't matter An account book, calculated chatter A phenomenon of experience, all aspects of life An account book, repeating the same thing A phenomenon of experience, moving on to the next dimensio  Read More...
Published on Jul 9,2020 09:57 PM
Wow!
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 181 | Likes: 1
Wow!  Releasing my poetry into the world, just wow!  Modelling possibility and demonstrating creative bravery now Betraying my potential, I won't allow And produce works that wows.  A far easier to sling arrows at my art, but,  I won't let it down, my choices crown The most glori  Read More...
Published on Jul 10,2020 11:43 AM
Prevent Stop and Cure Coronavirus with URINE THERAPY -
By Jagdish R Bhurani in General Literary | Reads: 1,193 | Likes: 0
  JAGDISH R. BHURANI – Urine Therapist Prevent Control / Cure all Diseases URINE THERAPY SHIVAMBU –“Nectar of Life”   D-1202, Mantri Elegance, Bannerghatta Main Road,   BENGALURU – 560076 Web site :- www.urinetherapy.in   Email:- jbhur  Read More...
Published on Jul 10,2020 04:05 PM
Hostel Life
By P. Sharma in Poetry | Reads: 112 | Likes: 1
Studying late nights means Maggi's mid night feast, This is the hostel life. No coolers, no AC's, In hot indian summers, This is the Hostel life. Long queues for waiting in Either cyber cafe or mess. This is the Hostel life. Fumative words in entertainment room For turning channel of your wish. T  Read More...
Published on Jul 10,2020 11:44 PM