The burnt ashes
By Sampurnaa in Poetry | Reads: 331 | Likes: 0
She closed her eyes,  Taking a puff on her  Goldflake;  And as the smoke glided  It's way till her throat,  She could do nothing  But remorse;  About the fact : That she is again alone.  Being alone is something  She herself choosed for;  Yet sometim  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 11:53 AM
When will the Blood Bath End ?Part 1
By Tanvi Mehta in War Story | Reads: 420 | Likes: 2
Who  ignited the flames? What created the sparks? Who was responsible? When will the current war stop??  Why did the bloodbath and abduction occur when we were one in our "Boycott Of British Goods" mission ? When did Lord Shiva fight with "Mohammed Prophet"? When did Hindu "Goddess" fi  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:05 PM
We are Inhumane ---
By Manisha Roy in Poetry | Reads: 216 | Likes: 2
The atmosphere feels so contaminated today,  The winds are no longer a harbinger of good days. Men dying, women crying, children wandering on streets, The air is unhallowed, we are even afraid to breathe. Throats choking, tears gushing, the suffering is mammoth, The pestilence has been set ou  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 11:56 AM
Bad-The 'Past'
By Lohith PSS in True Story | Reads: 470 | Likes: 0
Hello Readers! Hope you all are safe and utilizing this time for your best! Don't get away with the title yet. Many of us will get away the moment they see the title. But some chose to read/stay when they hear/see the word 'Past'. It's not a bad thing to treat this word very bad and we start ignorin  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:11 PM
By gowri sridhar in Poetry | Reads: 431 | Likes: 0
She had a hurricane  In her head; But looked calm and peaceful  than the dead; She wanted to cry out loud, but had the prettiest smile; Alone among everyone, the odd one knew she couldn’t never fit in; Lost in the woods of darkness, she struggled to find her way back home; Screamed f  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:13 PM
Have patriarchy caused the world to be half-developed?
By Srp Adhavan in General Literary | Reads: 540 | Likes: 5
Have patriarchy caused the world to be half-developed to what it could potentially have been? I have always thought, how would have been the world now! if there had been lesser dissimilarities of treatment among genders, Not the natural differences but what were man made and some which evolved slow  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:17 PM
Adventures of Dysfunctional Adult- Last Four Years.
By Shivani Gore in True Story | Reads: 356 | Likes: 0
Last 4 years I have been on a weird journey. One, I was forced upon. But it obviously had the power to teach me a lot. The following statement may come off a little dark to most of you but try to keep an open mind and hear me out. Losing a parent does come with certain perks. It forces you to be an   Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:20 PM
Worldless answer
By Neema Kumari in True Story | Reads: 606 | Likes: 0
It was one of our casual meeting in the month of monsoon. The rain was not frequent at that time, so we went out without preparing well for it. I love riding on bikes in the back seat. So, we used to go out whenever we would get time. That day, we spent a beautiful afternoon watching movies and eati  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 02:03 PM
Heart Beat!
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in Romance | Reads: 385 | Likes: 0
Arman collected his welcome kit at the registration counter and walked into the conference hall.  As a veteran participant and sometimes speaker at many such conferences, he soon found a perfect vantage point.  Well positioned to be able to sneak out quietly if needed, not too far from the  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:47 PM
“Zinda hoon yaar kaafi hai”
By vertica asthana in True Story | Reads: 1,131 | Likes: 19
It was 4:30 PM in evening but the clouds had turned dark and stormy, appearing to be eight at night. Birds were scared and flew to their nests, roads were silent, dried leaves were thrusted from one pole to another and the open doors were banging against the walls. Suddenly, Preman bai, a middle-a  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:46 PM
By Sonali Tiwari in Poetry | Reads: 309 | Likes: 0
          A SPOON FULL OF CARE A spoon full of care  can save lives being prayer  Staying home, sitting in your chair  You could be a helping hand and that's rare  The world is a facing nightmare  Doctors under the dangerous layer Fighting hard  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:47 PM
The biggest heartbreak of my life!!
By Lakshita Sharma in True Story | Reads: 458 | Likes: 0
I hope my story will win your hearts!!❣️ My story starts from 3 years back I saw him in the marriage of my sister. On the ribbon ceremony he was by the groom side & we're by the bride side. My eyes just met with his eyes, we both were attracted to each other. I can't explain what a beau  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:57 PM
By Mamta Sehgal in True Story | Reads: 260 | Likes: 0
Last year, I was caught up by a severe conjunctivitis. This was not the normal virus, which just brings in an eye infection for few days but a typical one which affects the eyes badly and in some cases also leads to blindness. After the usual infection which took 10 days to recover, an unusual prob  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:59 PM
By abrar in Poetry | Reads: 219 | Likes: 1
Hum t kuch or h sune t pyaar k bare m lekin ye kambqt mohobt t chor nikli raat k neend or din ka sukoon 2no legy  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 01:29 PM
By Samruddhi Sharma in Poetry | Reads: 342 | Likes: 1
She is shadow in light                                        and ray of sunshine in the dark ,                        She is now inferno&nb  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 01:34 PM