What Is Love?
By Yuvraj Singh in Romance | Reads: 673 | 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
A MORNING WITH ONE SHOE !!
By varshi pidugu in General Literary | Reads: 673 | 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
Rise and Resurrect - Inspirational Poem about COVID-19
By Sonali Mandal in Poetry | Reads: 672 | Likes: 6
The body suffocates, grace and vigour depart, Mercy I seek - Oh lord! from the bottom of my heart. The virus in my chest Would I jest? Obligation or task,  Not a smile, hug or kiss but time for myself I ask. Protection is needed, a glove and a mask, Social distancing and isolation is not a mamm  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 05:00 PM
HOPE
By Meenakshi Arora in Poetry | Reads: 671 | 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
A Curious Case
By Madhavi Johnson in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 670 | Likes: 3
Inspector Janardhan banged the phone on his weathered wooden desk. Constable Sonu Kutty stood in attention at one corner, with his oiled moustache and upright shoulders, watching him warily. A ceiling fan whirred petulantly overhead.  Inspector Janardhan's mood had worsened after a conver  Read More...
Published on Jun 3,2020 08:34 AM
Finding purpose
By Deepa Ravi in General Literary | Reads: 670 | 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
ESSENCE OF SENSE
By Prakash in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 668 | Likes: 9
ESSENCE OF SENSE.......By Commodore G Prakash.....    They moved with real purpose. Nothing distracted them. Neither bullying buses,  nor hurrying people.  Autorikshaws turning around without warning could go to hell. They didn't care. They moved on, young and old, male and femal  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 02:56 PM
നിശാഗന്ധി പൂത്ത രാത്രി
By Harsha v k in Horror | Reads: 666 | Likes: 1
നേരം സന്ധ്യ മയങ്ങി തുടങ്ങി.തുടർച്ചയായി കാറോടിച്ച്  അനാർക്കലിയുടെ  കണ്ണുകളിലേയ്ക്ക് ഭയപ്പെടുത്തുന്ന പ്രകാ  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 10:48 PM
MY BREAK-UP STORY
By Chandra Moulieeswar in Romance | Reads: 665 | Likes: 80
Day 49... No! 50. Pardon me, my knowledge in mathematics is poor. I forgot the count of lock down days. But, I'm sure that there will be no more extension and tomorrow is going to be my D-day. "Life without love is like a flat tyre which won't take us to our destination."These words takes me back to  Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 08:38 PM
चूना और गेरू
By DR. RAJESHWAR UNIYAL in General Literary | Reads: 665 | Likes: 2
चूना और गेरू         -  डा. राजेश्वर उनियाल            9869116784             uniyalsir@gmail.com    Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 05:39 PM
Dream
By suveetha in Poetry | Reads: 664 | Likes: 28
I have a dream To be the driver of my own destiny Not a passenger in any man’s journey Build my own castle A place out of reach Safely secluded in a faraway land Where I can be myself Never pretend to be someone’s puppet Where my tears are at Bay Where I can fly with open wings Not held   Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 12:24 PM
War birds in Indian airspace
By Priyan R Naik in General Literary | Reads: 664 | Likes: 4
While watching the images of the Rafales arriving in Ambala with a deafening roar, my Sainik School, Bijapur (now Vijayapura) batch mate was enveloped by a wave of nostalgia, as he had been a part of a similar exercise in the 1980’s. About 35 years ago, Air Commodore Pradeep Katti (Retired), then   Read More...
Published on Sep 14,2020 11:40 AM
एक पागल प्रेमी की कहानी
By Nishant Jain in True Story | Reads: 664 | Likes: 0
चलो आज एक पाग़ल की कहानी सुनाता हूं.... एक लड़का था जो इक लड़की से बेइंतहा मोहब्बत करता था, उसने जब उसको पहली बार देखा था त  Read More...
Published on May 20,2020 11:13 AM
घर और मां
By Dr. Surbhi Pareek in Poetry | Reads: 663 | Likes: 2
घर और मां घर का आंगन मुझे, इस तरह भी कभी याद आता है, मैं धूप में जब भी जाता हूं, आंगन की छांव का जिक्र ज़हन में आता है.. ज  Read More...
Published on May 10,2020 07:21 PM
बेबसी
By Iqbal Ahmad in General Literary | Reads: 663 | Likes: 2
बेबसी  क्या है ? क्या लज़ीज़ खाने  की ख़्वाहिश होने पर सिर्फ़ दाल रोटी का मुहय्या हो पाना बेबसी है ? या फिर एक बड़ा अफ़सर   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:37 PM