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The Ocean And Me.
By savita Kapoor in Poetry | Reads: 84 | Likes: 0
The Ocean And Me.  The day, I became proud of myself, I went to the ocean to scale it with my small boat and big Ego.  The ocean though quiet and calm still taught me a lesson with its mighty waves and awesome grace.  The sky above was blue and pure and the ocean serene.  I wa  Read More...
Published on Jul 11,2020 09:58 AM
Those White Flowers
By Mridula Singh in Poetry | Reads: 153 | Likes: 0
Title : Those White Flowers Oh! This tuft of white! Is so alluring to the sight. On the bed of green leaves, The breathtaking beauty retrieves. A slice of them is just shown. Like a face of a baby newborn. The cluster of them are unseen, As the moon hiding it's full sheen. I wish to pluck a bunch  Read More...
Published on Jul 11,2020 06:50 PM
Bicycle Life Cycle
By Chittepu Nithisha in True Story | Reads: 108 | Likes: 0
I am exactly not clear how to tell u my story dear  Read More...
Published on Jul 12,2020 01:23 PM
Fetus ( poem)
By Anusha reddy in Poetry | Reads: 160 | Likes: 4
A  Mother's  joy  begins                                       when New life is stirring                          &  Read More...
Published on Jul 12,2020 03:20 PM
O LET GOD IN
By SUNIL.S.SACHWANI in General Literary | Reads: 107 | Likes: 0
             O LET GOD IN!                                    &nb  Read More...
Published on Jul 12,2020 05:57 PM
The Untold Story of Micheal Jackson
By Mahi Verma in Poetry | Reads: 82 | Likes: 1
There was a boy, Too enticing, Filled with charm, With a jovial essence. His eyes we'e full of mettle and Shiny like the glaring stars, His body like velvety, Though resilient clouds, But only there prevailed a flaw, His shaded vitiligo Befell him him all along, Eventuate all and sundry lampooned an  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 09:16 AM
The Untold Story of Micheal Jackson
By Mahi Verma in Poetry | Reads: 87 | Likes: 0
There was a boy, Too enticing, Filled with charm, With a jovial essence. His eyes we'e full of mettle and Shiny like the glaring stars, His body like velvety, Though resilient clouds, But only there prevailed a flaw, His shaded vitiligo Befell him him all along, Eventuate all and sundry lampooned an  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 09:28 AM
The magical music
By Mrunal in Romance | Reads: 190 | Likes: 1
      It's midnight, I'm sitting in the balcony with my earphones plugged in and enjoying the peaceful, vast sky. It was a full moon night and the dark sky was filled with twinkling stars. I've always loved star gazing. The song 'Girls Like Girls by Hayley Kiyoko' ends and the next so  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 12:16 PM
Crona
By Amresh Khurana in General Literary | Reads: 94 | Likes: 0
A new fragnent women crona positive in Jammu doda distt   Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 12:24 PM
The face behind the mask
By p.Madhulika in War Story | Reads: 196 | Likes: 3
It was the year 1700, goa was under the control of the portuguese, portuguese were trading spices from the bank of goa. Back in those days battles were often fought. Everyday there were soldiers lying dead and the number is going down eventually and there was this one soldier, 'Balthazar do conto ca  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 12:44 PM
"Days in Kerala" Day 2
By Rohankompella in Romance | Reads: 129 | Likes: 2
Days in Kerala Day 2 The day 2 started with a warm hug in a freezing morning covered with fog.     She started to stare at me while making her to believe that I’m sleeping,  She said “Rohan....................., The face of innocence, mind of cleverness, actions of sm  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 12:41 PM
Quarantine ModeON
By Shannon Gable in General Literary | Reads: 118 | Likes: 0
Who knew that we, humans could be compared to our electronic devices? Where we can conveniently turn on the aeroplane mode on / off and yet use our gadgets? Who knew that a small deadly virus could be a switch to turn humans off all together just in one Click! Who knew that Work from Home & onli  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 02:56 PM
The Sound Abound
By Mridula Singh in Poetry | Reads: 171 | Likes: 0
Title: The sound abound Sipping my tea,heard someone sob.Wondered, "whose peace did I rob?"Oh! spotted a water bottle pegged."Please use me too" all it begged. The day was different, whispers I hear.'Put me on' a polite request from somewhere.A uniform from wardrobe looked at me stark. "Sweat of you  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 03:00 PM
Resilience
By Dr Gigi Chandran in Poetry | Reads: 82 | Likes: 0
Resilience befits me. But do I need to don this hat Begrudgingly? This resolution in its entirety, Is for me alone to choose. Do I nod in acquiescence, This fate sealed for me? Do I defy unflinchingly, And tread upon a path my own? Whenever, whatever, life has offered me.. I've accepted it graciousl  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 08:18 PM
Camaraderie
By Dr Gigi Chandran in Poetry | Reads: 91 | Likes: 0
In a world so pretentious and shallow, Where thoughts become increasingly narrow.  When despair looms like the forecast, I seek to hold on to something steadfast. When the ones beside you becomes your rival,  When goodwill and camaraderie becomes so trivial.. You are left wondering if goo  Read More...
Published on Jul 13,2020 08:31 PM