Grudges and memories
By Vikalp Joshi in True Story | Reads: 3,998 | Likes: 8
As I turn my bike into the gully, I see an ocean of people in white, jammed into the short gap between our matchbox houses. I see Laxmi aunty crying loudly, almost shouting without tears in her eyes, beating chests- sometimes her own, sometimes Mahesh’s whose corpse lies on a stretcher- maybe   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:50 PM
நாய் படாத பாடு
By Kothai Ravi in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 3,736 | Likes: 9
நாய் வளர்ப்பவர்கள் வீட்டுக்கு போயிருக்கிறீர்கள?நமக்கு தான் அது நாய், அவர்களுக்கோ அது செல்லப் பிள்ளை !இருந்து வ  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 07:24 PM
Shoe Thief
By Kalpesh Pranali Vedak in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 3,493 | Likes: 18
                            ...............when they walked towards the temple, Sarika looked at a worried Arun. She thought of asking him but then gave up on that thought. Once outside the temple, Sarika saw Arun taking a plastic  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:45 PM
By Jayasudha Bhaskaran in General Literary | Reads: 2,931 | Likes: 8
LOCKDOWN DAYS:A PERIOD OF SELF       REALIZATION Everyone of us must be tired of lockdown, staying at home having nothing to do.It is indeed boring to stay at home all the day long  having nothing important to do except those professionals who work from home.The others try h  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 11:03 AM
Twist in the tale
By Swathi Kamath in Poetry | Reads: 2,910 | Likes: 9
She went around looking desperately Searching far and wide, in the land and sea. Roamed in the streets, kept asking around, "Have you seen my husband, has he been found? He has been missing since days now."  The nights she spent without sleep During the day she did weep People pitied her; said,  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 08:49 PM
By PRAVIN SHEKAR in Romance | Reads: 2,746 | Likes: 14
Weddings! It’s always mix of emotions. Any big family function brings people together, not just family members. Why should weddings be any different. So many people to meet, get to know, perhaps build relationships. I’ve had a lot infatuations in the past but this one, I knew. This was   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:31 PM
The Walk
By Vinay Pushpakaran in Mystery | Reads: 2,613 | Likes: 5
He woke up at the break of dawn. Speaking of dawn, there is something very ambiguous about dawn. It's a perpetual grey area. Some see the last flicker of a dark night in it, while for some, it is the hope of a brand new day. For him, it was neither. The message had come the previous night. Loud  Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 11:07 AM
Untold Tales
By Nafeez Ahmed in Poetry | Reads: 2,590 | Likes: 44
In a cold breeze of lies , Beyond the nature of true , Aimless wrath of war leads us , To wander around shades of horror , Trembling before us like desolation.  Desperate for humanity , Which realises us who we are , And let on forgot destruction to rationale , In name of evolution , In the mi  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 12:05 AM
The Turbulent composure
By Eisha Sethi in Romance | Reads: 2,553 | Likes: 4
A pound on the door broke Sophia’s thoughts. Her head turned towards the closed wooden door. Tears were floating down her cheeks as though she had allowed them to break through the rigid boundaries and flood mercilessly. "Coming, allow me a second", she managed to push the words out of her con  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 03:28 PM
By NONGDAMBA LEITANTHEM in Western | Reads: 2,526 | Likes: 2
AN OLD WOMEN Husband & wife lived in a village, they just got married. They belong to Royal family. Husband is working in a big company; he takes 1hr to reach office from home. Always they get enough time for family as well as for office. Place is very calm & nice village. They are jolly li  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 08:32 AM
Solitary Confinement!
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in General Literary | Reads: 2,499 | Likes: 4
She woke up at 5:10 am, as always, 5 minutes before her mobile alarm would play the Suprabatham, the MS Subbalakshmi version, the one that wakes up nearly all South India. A habit that she had picked from her hostel roommate, in what seemed to be a lifetime ago. She reminisced fondly, stretching her  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:08 AM
કોરોનાથી ઘરગથ્થું રક્ષણાત્મક ઉપાય
By Dr Jagdish Prasad in Sci-fi | Reads: 2,397 | Likes: 0
લોક-ડાઉન દરમ્યાન ૨૧ દિવસ સુધી ઘરે રહેવું જરૂરી બનેલ છે, ત્યારે આસાનીથી મળી રહે તેવી ચીજ વસ્તુઓ થકી રોગ પ્રતિકારક શ  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:40 PM
An Unlikely Bond: United by Foe
By shabia in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 2,377 | Likes: 4
Knock Knock!  This was the second time and this time it was louder. Now, I was thinking of all the chilling things that could get me killed. It has been four months since I shifted to my new place. With over two years of copyediting, I had now decided to take the next step - writing - which ha  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 11:34 PM
Viral Beauty
By Prateek Dubey in General Literary | Reads: 2,323 | Likes: 3
Adversity blurs everything into nothingness, focusing the attention to the self. Nature has baked this primal response in us for self-preservation. Thankfully, me and my family are safe from the Corona Virus. Therefore, I can indulge in viewing mankind’s fight against this ‘enemy’   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:21 PM
Vibes of Positivity
By Reny D'cruz in Poetry | Reads: 2,189 | Likes: 1
Vibes  of Positivity Whacked by a pandemic on a Monday dawn, In the midst of exam mood. Youngsters cheered at early holidays  Cried out kids to see their pals in class. Mothers struggled to find a way to get Along with their lads at home in leisure time. All relaxed in the temperate mo  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:18 PM