The Reporter
By Pranav Deshpande in War Story | Reads: 382 | Likes: 0
The riots had gone on for three days now. Manish was desperate to get out. The groups were looting and smashing things and in one part of the town, blood had flowed. Manish struggled through the ruined wreckages of burnt cars. He had to get to the bridge. Beyond the bridge was the cordon. And freedo  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 02:08 PM
By Pranav Deshpande in General Literary | Reads: 229 | Likes: 0
The kitty party was in full swing. “Great hair style, Lavisha!” gushed one friend. “Cool!” gushed another. “New style! Close cropped hair!” “You look like a diva.” Said a third. “Rowrrr! If I were a guy….. Hubba! Hubba!”…..   Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 02:10 PM
A well deserved holiday
By Pranav Deshpande in General Literary | Reads: 243 | Likes: 0
“Man! I’m real jealous of you!” Mike said. “Whoa! Hey! I’ve earned this leave, you know! 8 months without a break. The wife and kids are going bonkers, man! I don’t want an alimony payment…” Sullivan responded back. Mike slapped Sullivan on the back.  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 02:11 PM
Small differences
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 212 | Likes: 2
Small differences Need not think about making big differences Every drop counts, add up the small differences.  Even a kind word to someone who needs it, can make a difference Everyday small acts of offering, can make a difference A few hours of daily commitment, guarantees us change Unless we   Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 02:51 PM
My true story
By SAYUNI in True Story | Reads: 321 | Likes: 0
My name is SAYUNI AMOSI i was born region hospital in Kigoma Tanzania in sep 1997 when I was standard three, both father and mother passed away... So many relatives running away after selling some of property of my parents at that period I've failed to now them exactly, but one year ago... My r  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 02:55 PM
By Adharsh Nair A S in True Story | Reads: 240 | Likes: 0
  It woke up unusually early today. It was his high pitch squeals that opened the cage. Wings have feathers but the rest of the entire was covered in fur. The young cockerel was beautified by its yellow fur and black wings.    As per the present status, two male cocks rule the ca  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 03:35 PM
Do not support this
By Shibani Saxena in True Story | Reads: 323 | Likes: 0
" You never support me" I heard him say that over the phone with an angry tone. "It is not like that" Before I could complete my sentence he hung up on me. I didn't re-dail because I knew m in block list now. I went back to those days in my life where these sentences were not spoken. But today, he s  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 06:30 PM
Mamta V Tayade's storytelling journey Introduction
By Mamta V Tayade in General Literary | Reads: 320 | Likes: 0
Mamta V Tayade is a mid-thirty writer with a background in Nagpur City, Maharashtra state, Bharat government. She will discuss the important connection between culture, literature, journalism, and politics and touch on the challenges she has faced as a young woman trying to navigate a career in envi  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 06:45 PM
Death? a pendency of life
By Gayathri Devi Dutt in Poetry | Reads: 327 | Likes: 1
                                                                Death a pendency of life               &n 
Published on Jul 31,2020 09:09 PM
The Gap
By Adharsh Nair A S in General Literary | Reads: 195 | Likes: 0
   He was in a rush when opened the gate. It took some time to put the lock back in. Seems that he was eager to get in the room. Before climbing the steps, he gave a look at the clock. It was almost 6 pm. He sat on the bed and kept looing at the telephone. Almost fifteen minutes of motionl  Read More...
Published on Aug 1,2020 04:28 AM
The Eternal Love
By Adrija Chakraborty in Horror | Reads: 367 | Likes: 1
In the eyes of science, spirits are still not explained. But can we ignore the presence of preternatural shadows, which sometimes is very near to us? Mr. Bose, a man who was very soft-spoken and reclusive, one day heard the news of his Ma and Baba's demise. After keeping his phon  Read More...
Published on Aug 1,2020 12:24 PM
By Pregna in Romance | Reads: 287 | Likes: 0
                                                                                TRUE LOVE NEVER ENDS 
Published on Aug 1,2020 12:25 PM
Will I have friends?
By Srijoyee in Poetry | Reads: 248 | Likes: 3
So I've been replaced. It's just a fact, can't be erased. Maybe if I close my eyes. They could all go away. Now they prefer new Sigh!  They used to prefer me someday It is over before it could begin. I lost my friends. I've been replaced. That's fine.  I don't need them anyway. Is it!?&nbs  Read More...
Published on Aug 1,2020 08:37 PM
Friendship lasts forever
By Mitali Mittal in True Story | Reads: 358 | Likes: 3
08th January, 2018 it was my birthday. Replying back to all the birthday wishes, my heart wanted to see that one name in the messenger, any message with that name didn't pop up but surely a notification did. A Facebook notification which said "You have memories of today with Akash." I clicked on tha  Read More...
Published on Aug 2,2020 09:24 AM
Wall of books
By Udaya Kathiravan in Poetry | Reads: 189 | Likes: 0
Who built this wall?  A wall, a wall with books indeed a wall;  a virtual wall  neither to climb or jump but for you to stay  where you are   let me break the wall for you to pass   When you listen  You feel, you know nothing It is the brick of the wall  make   Read More...
Published on Aug 2,2020 12:41 PM