Tomorrow- the luxury of time
By ANWESHA DEB in Poetry | Reads: 782 | Likes: 20
The last time when I woke up, People were in some rush,  In a rush to be Happy maybe. And, They were alive, atleast they thought to be. The last time when I woke up, People were complaining. Complaining of, Democracy, Fascism & recessed economy. But, They were alive, atleast they thought t  Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 05:38 PM
The Majestic Megapolis
By Sebin B Nidhiri in Poetry | Reads: 778 | Likes: 15
(After landing a dream job, I move into a big city and make my space there. Similarly a labourer is driven to the big city by poverty and makes his space there. The city provides very contrasting welcomes to both of us, but we are unified in the fact that we both have high hopes for our future. This  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 10:26 AM
The Dream That Drives Me
By Niraj Baraskar in General Literary | Reads: 773 | Likes: 10
             I was petrified. I was running as fast as my feet could carry myself. I was just baffled where the hell I was! Though the place didn’t look like hell, there was something hideous about that place. That place was as resplendent as paradise. There   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:16 PM
Spring in Kashmir
By nisar Ahmad wani in Poetry | Reads: 769 | Likes: 6
Flowers get their charm. Birds start their twittering. It is spring in Kashmir. It is spring in Kashmir. Animals come out from their habitats. Humans come out from their homes. It is spring in Kashmir. It is spring in Kashmir. Childerns are blooming like flowers. Farmers are glowing like Pearls. It   Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 07:44 PM
See You In Another World
By Alisha Nandeshwar in Poetry | Reads: 756 | Likes: 21
I’ll see you in another world, my love, The world which would be far better than this, Where there would be beacons of joy and pure bliss. Where we being together won’t feel amiss, Where there would be a delight in every flutter of the kiss. I’ll see you in another world, my love,  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 07:41 PM
A Blessing in Disguise
By Purvi in Poetry | Reads: 752 | Likes: 3
Before the pandemic, There was chaos in the neighbourhood,  Gossip, rumours, Banging from construction sites, And barking dogs. At home too, There was turmoil, As urgent problem of the family, Demanded my attention, Requiring my sacrifice,  To marry another religion, For personal gains, By  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 04:38 PM
By Irtika Kazi in Poetry | Reads: 752 | Likes: 6
Sunrise   with every sunrise, The hollow of my eyes sink    deeper, deeper Until the liveliness in them disappears, I am a phantom listener In a world of fears.   with every sunrise, My torpid eyes open To horrid sights of man’s inhumanity to man.   Flesh for fles  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:58 PM
The Uninvited Guest
By Prabhat Poddar in Thriller | Reads: 749 | Likes: 12
(i) The light outside the house was fading sharply as evening was turning into night; dark clouds were not helping either, children playing on the front street a few minutes ago were already inside the safe environment of their respective houses. Rajesh Malhotra never liked when children left; thei  Read More...
Published on Apr 4,2020 02:45 PM
Much more than sex
By BS in Poetry | Reads: 745 | Likes: 31
Can we just rain dance In the middle of the day, Have ice creams  While waiting for these rainbows to show up And go home to binge watch all your favourite series, And not drown in kisses. Will you take me for a long walk, In the roads that you grew up playing And tell me how much you hated tha  Read More...
Published on May 18,2020 03:15 PM
By Chandra Moulieeswar in Romance | Reads: 740 | Likes: 91
Thinking about the incident, sleep evaded my eyes every night. Whenever my phone beeped, I wished it was her. But my expectation always ended in disappointment. Every time I close my eyes, that incident flashes. Unable to overcome her thought, I started binge watching Netflix every night. But all m  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 08:36 PM
The Test Drive- Part-I
By Malvica in Romance | Reads: 740 | Likes: 17
Let me ask you a question- what do you do when you develop feelings for someone? You will first go through between fluctuating stages of admittance and denial. Then you will start to feel that it's just a phase and it'll pass away, and then before you even know, you're head over heals in love. Now l  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 11:25 AM
Boys Don't Cry? But Men Do!
By NILKAMAL MUKHARJEE in Poetry | Reads: 739 | Likes: 9
I’m a Man,You’re a Man,From me to You,Not Lots of words, but few   It’s okay if your wife earns more,Only important is, she loves you from the core,It’s okay if you got defeated by your sister,Maybe, that’s why she can beat the molesterIt’s okay if your crush  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 07:01 PM
A tale for future
By Teevra in General Literary | Reads: 734 | Likes: 11
"LOCKDOWN"- I had never heard that word before, not attentively at the least, until now. Many of us had our grandma narrate old tales from their Pandora's box, about the emergency situations, world war black-outs, times when no household was allowed to leave the lights of their houses on or the enem  Read More...
Published on Apr 30,2020 02:26 AM
An Illusion of Love midst Excursion
By Pooja Arya in Poetry | Reads: 730 | Likes: 22
An illusion of Love midst Excursion. Fooled by your eyes,I was seeing another lie..Waiting to feel shy,And you've only let me die? To show you thy affection, ignited the passion;Only to be labeled as an Illusion was your decision! Blinded by emotions, I could only surrender;Whilst my skin ripped, I   Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 09:59 PM
Can We Measure Pain?
By Nazam Riar in Poetry | Reads: 728 | Likes: 19
Can We Measure Pain ?  If there was a way to measure pain  who would you consider is suffering the most ?  the ones locked down in their houses arguing with their beaus over the best way to kill time or the mental health patient who doesn’t even know what has gone wrong could it  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 04:46 PM