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Thirst for love and Damaged
By Anubha Tigga in Poetry | Reads: 102 | Likes: 1
Thousands of dreams ,miles to go when you die you never know.Holding thousands of wishes in your eyes is not your fault,before you choose to die just look at the sky.Even the universe working day $ night.Be like a warrior $ choose to fight.  My name is pet nam  Misty lets see the life thro  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 08:22 AM
The Root
By Mridula Singh in Poetry | Reads: 176 | Likes: 1
Title:The RootThe root makes its route through the earth.Pushes it hard to give the plant,new birth.Then it goes deeper and deeper in the soil,Spreading it's arms to rest as they labour and toil.Ever wonder how it goes on feeding a big family?Bearing the load till nourishes the plant completely.It's  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 10:37 AM
The World's A Stage
By Adrija Bandyopadhyay in General Literary | Reads: 206 | Likes: 1
The first bell hurried up my pace. Entering the dressing room, colours, sparkles, ashes and confetti are preserved in big glass jars. Loud cheers and buzz before the wide red curtain tense up my confident soul. Living with the doubt that even perfectionists slip the steps, confuses me to choose the   Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 10:44 AM
Knowledge : Not Just Information
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 87 | Likes: 0
Knowledge : Not Just Information Not just heap of information, it flowers love In turn, love brings complete knowledge Not just guided education, it needs to strive  Overall development of human beings, towards better Do something, don't sit and crib about everything  It's time to check if  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 11:02 AM
Forgiveness
By jaya barman in True Story | Reads: 95 | Likes: 0
'forgiveness' Is not something we for the person we actually forgive. We often hear people speak of forgiveness as something we award to some one else ; something tht must be deserved or earned ,and something need to be withheld. The process of forgiveness can for all intents and purposes , be a li  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 12:20 PM
My Morning
By RIV.M.S in Poetry | Reads: 167 | Likes: 0
I waked up in the morning,  being the same lazy person        With all those new hopes,  of being my own new version  The day started as usual,  with my mom yelling and me ignoring          Taking the shower as slow as I can,  w  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 01:39 PM
The BOOGEYMAN
By Suvajit Roy in Thriller | Reads: 158 | Likes: 0
The night was calm and oddly uneventful for a crummy neighbourhood like Shantinagar, so much so that the lovers on the phone had to revert to the good old soft sensuous susurrations and the locality dogs had called a truce amongst themselves. So tranquil was the setting that even the insomniacs slip  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 02:05 PM
Lockdown
By Suhani sharma in Poetry | Reads: 214 | Likes: 3
                          LOCKDOWN!  REMAINING UNTOUCHED WITH EVERYONE, HVING OUR HOPES DOWN,  EVERYONE IS IN HOME,  AND NO ONE IS OUT OF TOWN,  A PANDEMIC SPREADING ITS WINGS OUT, AND WE'RE UNABLE TO COUNT IT DOWN,  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 03:39 PM
Perfect Decision
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 97 | Likes: 0
Perfect Decision With the best of our intelligence and capabilities Can really make decision, if come from the core of humanity Our mortality is right in our faces now A little more experience of life is growing somehow It must be the time of realization not consolation None of us can ever make a pe  Read More...
Published on Jul 1,2020 08:23 PM
The Winter Flavours
By Nitesh Khargonkar in Poetry | Reads: 246 | Likes: 6
Cool breeze blowing and winds making us run, Cozy are the evenings and sleeping long hours is some fun. The hands go shivering and everything seems so Cold, Out come the blankets to make it's it's warmth unfold. When the glimpse of someone's eyes turns into a flame, Love is for all seasons,but here;  Read More...
Published on Jul 2,2020 04:25 PM
My travel history-1
By Bulbul tripathi in Travel | Reads: 118 | Likes: 0
          My travel history.  I had travelled less. But yes my travelling was amazing. Still I remember my travel history. Actually I had travelled in school days. You must be knowing that how amazing is the feeling of picnic!            Read More...
Published on Jul 2,2020 06:00 PM
Be Very Selective
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 115 | Likes: 1
Be Very Selective Be very selective, what you put into the lush garden of your mind Be very selective, it must be immensely nourishing Be very selective, about making you more productive and effective Be very selective, to know rewarding use of your mind Be very selective, to consume the food that e  Read More...
Published on Jul 2,2020 08:55 PM
Ginger Up
By subhadra kunduri in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 385 | Likes: 7
Ginger up Deepika was making upma for breakfast. Not the rava or sooji upma, mind you. This was quinoa upma.  As she was preparing  the ingredients,  her mother came into the kitchen. “Did you add  ginger?” she asked. Deepika looked at up, eyes teary due to the irrita  Read More...
Published on Jul 2,2020 09:11 PM
Re-Start- A second chance to life
By Vidya Devadas Nair in Poetry | Reads: 118 | Likes: 0
Amidst the chaos, the mind finds it's solitude. What meant to be the end-note, Re-winds back to the prelude. Blissful moments that forgot their way, Managed to knock-out the tears, that mocked their stay. Swirling with the wind, Swaying with the breeze, Never before was life ever at this ease. Right  Read More...
Published on Jul 3,2020 10:04 AM
Stone: Finding the Beauty
By REHEJA K A in Poetry | Reads: 77 | Likes: 0
The nature sparked thousands of fragments at    me, Calling me into the dense woods. I could see the creepy woods have grown to old, and The leaf no more of the present-day. The water still flows, carrying the essence of coldness. The fresh smog has immersed into the leaves, giving them a  Read More...
Published on Jul 3,2020 01:22 PM