Truth or Dare?
By Sowmya Sri Rathnakumar in Supernatural | Reads: 667 | Likes: 1
The clock struck 3 am. Prani stood on the roof of the fifteen-story apartment where she was living to kill herself.  She walked to the edge of the roof and looked down. The darkness put out the ground from her sight. She felt the fresh air on her face. Abruptly, she heard a voice out of nowhere  Read More...
Published on Apr 15,2020 06:55 PM
DATE NIGHT
By Ruth Beatriz Costa in Romance | Reads: 665 | Likes: 10
  It was the most prolonged five minutes of her life that Mira could think of. She had had a stressful day at work and couldn’t wait to send out the last email before she could walk out of the office doors. Her eagerness hadn’t stemmed from nothing. She had plans! Earlier in the da  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 07:55 PM
the sun must arise a day
By Kumar Sabya Sachi in Poetry | Reads: 663 | Likes: 10
When nights are long,Days are weak,There is always hope,That sun rises from the east.When darkness touches the sole,And there is no ray of hope,When you feel alone in the familyNo friends around you to share your painThe day is to believe in yourselfThe sun must rise againWhen you stuck into your da  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 10:18 AM
A MORNING WITH ONE SHOE !!
By varshi pidugu in General Literary | Reads: 659 | Likes: 13
10:45pm on sunday night ... The door bell rang ! Shobna opened the door and krishna entered the house ,fully drenched in rain .As soon as he entered he started giving instructions to shobna to keep his one and only suit and his only pair of Shoes ready by 7:00 AM next morning as he has a very import  Read More...
Published on Jun 6,2020 02:41 PM
I swing
By Eleena Sanyal Banerji in Poetry | Reads: 658 | Likes: 6
I swing and I feel the pregnant pause Of a world that was buzzing with chaos The green lawn that had kids running all around Only busy flocks of pigeons today there I found They must have wondered where all of us went They know not that all human rules now lay bent I swing in my office calls, I hear  Read More...
Published on Apr 25,2020 12:31 PM
The Shop
By Adarsh Pradeep in General Literary | Reads: 657 | Likes: 11
The mannequins were dusty, in dirty grey. They wore clothes in fashion 2 decades ago. The 50 percent discount sale board appeared like it had been there for a year, torn and shabby. A Peepal tree sapling peeped out through the broken roof, watching out for any customers that came its way. The sun p  Read More...
Published on Apr 28,2020 07:11 PM
What Is Love?
By Yuvraj Singh in Romance | Reads: 657 | Likes: 11
What Is Love? It was two in the morning, and we were still up gazing at stars. The grass beneath us was wet, and the cold breeze made us even closer. Her hands continuously rubbing under my jacket trying to find warmth and her legs wrapped around mine not letting me go. And then out of the blue, she  Read More...
Published on Sep 24,2020 06:03 PM
कभी खुद भी आया करो मिलने...
By Diptamoy Goswami in Poetry | Reads: 657 | Likes: 8
कभी खुद भी आया करो मिलने... दरवाज़े के पीछे आज जब मेरे झाड़ू ने फटकारा, "कभी खुद भी आया करो मिलने", कोने में जमें धूल ने   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:24 AM
Finding purpose
By Deepa Ravi in General Literary | Reads: 656 | Likes: 3
COVID19 - today is day 2 of the 21 day lockdown. Boredom takes on a new meaning. Yes already. With 19 more days to go. I have been wandering listlessly around the house from room to room thinking of things that I need to do, stuff to clear, chores to be done. But I have no drive to do anything. Even  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 04:37 PM
चूना और गेरू
By DR. RAJESHWAR UNIYAL in General Literary | Reads: 651 | Likes: 2
चूना और गेरू         -  डा. राजेश्वर उनियाल            9869116784             uniyalsir@gmail.com    Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 05:39 PM
Listen - Hear Conundrum
By Sai Pallavi in True Story | Reads: 649 | Likes: 3
I return home and start whining about my office politics. You are out there in the kitchen, busy battering and end up shutting my mouth with your spoonful of love. Eventually the night concludes with us cuddling. I start cribbing about the uber rides ,GST bills and what not (Of course that includes  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 12:58 AM
HOPE
By Meenakshi Arora in Poetry | Reads: 648 | Likes: 10
with threatening tunes of thunder, when black clouds cover sky. The rain begins to pour with rhythm of timpani & it is all dark outside when yellow leaves, a few or none, do hang but no flower blossom & hardly a bird fly A mere sight of a green leaf on brown trunk change season  &c  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 10:45 PM
Bread
By Eleena Sanyal Banerji in Poetry | Reads: 648 | Likes: 10
The sun shone bright on the railway track The gravel grey and dry  This path would take us home very soon No one could now deny They shoved the breads inside their shirts I did the same with mine My child and man, all those that starved We would eat them all next time Weary of the hot, long wal  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 11:40 AM
Welcome Home!
By Shwetha S Chetty in General Literary | Reads: 648 | Likes: 4
“Oh I don’t seem to hear anything much, over these past few days, do you?”, asked the shiny long-snouted dolphin Maria to her playmate Andrea. "No, I don’t either", said Andrea and jumped up and splashed into the sparkling water with joy. "Andrea, let’s go and see, c&rs  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 01:34 PM
Midnight Moon: A Phantasmal Story
By DEEPAK DUBEY in Fantasy | Reads: 645 | Likes: 2
‘Chris’ is a curious and ambitious boy. He loves being in the mountains and have affection with nature's incomparable beauty. He is a student of Art College situated near Mountain Park, which is a city primarily in the western part of northern Fulton County in the U.S. state of Georgia.   Read More...
Published on Jun 5,2020 09:20 PM