The Unexpected Guest
By RATNA P in True Story | Reads: 719 | Likes: 11
An Unexpected Guest It was 10am. I just had my tea and had more than an hour to start preparing the lunch. I thought, “let me do some sewing”.  Only last week I had repaired and cleaned my sewing machine and was itching to try something. Why not some masks?  We will surely need  Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 04:41 PM
STD and How Night Life Changed in 1980s
By Vinay Kamtikar (Kamti) in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 719 | Likes: 1
In the 1980s, STD only meant  : Subscribers Trunk Dialling ; and NOT STD, as we know it. Today, India has the youngest population (< 35 years) in the World. It also boasts for the millennials , many millennium cities :  glitzy, entertainment options, Pubs and cater to every cuisine in t  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 12:35 PM
The Surreal Quarantine Life
By Kargila Ranganathan in Poetry | Reads: 719 | Likes: 7
Waking up tired Relishing the lazy sound sleep. Yet, the urge to check notifications Remain unchanged, anyday. Sitting back, then taking pleasure In  having  a homespun  meal. Kicking back with chaos – While the brain switches between The television remote, WhatsApp, Instagr  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 12:39 AM
The Letter
By Nishi K. in Mystery | Reads: 718 | Likes: 0
3:10 am. Hostel 3, 3rd floor All of a sudden, he woke up. Sweat poured down his face faster than the droplets of rain pouring from the sky. His eyes quickly oscillated to and fro till they came to a static position and his body language got a bit relaxed than before. But once he looked at his watch,  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 03:21 PM
The Missing Stapler
By Simran Raina in Thriller | Reads: 718 | Likes: 0
With his second visit to Simr’s place, commemorated the memory of Simr’s missing stapler that Simr saw in his hands for the last time, during his first visit one year back. That time Simr was packing his stuff as was moving out to the new accommodation. And somewhere this stapler got mis  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:49 PM
Aawaz
By Shruti in Western | Reads: 718 | Likes: 0
Duniya jaise tham si gai hai, maano bhagwaan ne "Statue" bol diya hai insaano ko. Jaise ek break mil gaya ho khud apni pehchan dhundne ko. Kuch waqt mila hai apno ko samjhne ka aur kuch apno ko samjhane ka. Kuch samay mila hai naye baatein seekhne aur seekhane ka. Pata he nahi chala waqt kaise beet   Read More...
Published on May 10,2020 01:47 PM
It's all for you
By KJ Sriranjani in General Literary | Reads: 717 | Likes: 3
We come across many people! Love some! Hate some! Some sucking experience!!! Some happy ones! Love! Regrets! Hardworks! Backstabbs! Searching reasons to Liv?!!  Bt remember everything you do is for you!!! And in the the it's all for you!!! Do wat u wish and only tht!  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 04:48 PM
The shadowed mountain
By Naveen in True Story | Reads: 717 | Likes: 5
It was around noon. My ears were filled with Rehamania songs as I drove my car on the foothills of Yelagiri. I was heading to the hills to join my friends on a hiking trip. As I set off on the slopes I lowered my window glass to allow the chill breeze to add more flavour to my songs. The green plush  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 06:05 PM
Window
By Jesse Rwangmei in Romance | Reads: 716 | Likes: 7
I was sitting on the two-seater rows of the bus. On the left were the three-seater seats which I had always avoided whenever possible. To have two strangers seated next to me, ugh, that just squeezes my personal space and I have always felt cramped and crowded. The sun had moved to the west and I kn  Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 10:37 PM
AT THE STROKE OF 12
By Chandra Moulieeswar in Thriller | Reads: 715 | Likes: 43
I was on cloud nine when I got a call from an unknown number this morning. Not because it was a girl on the other end, but for the message she conveyed. She congratulated me for emerging as the winner in a lucky draw contest that I had participated a few months ago. Fascinated by the news, I double   Read More...
Published on Jun 5,2020 01:26 AM
The First Crush
By Sohini in Romance | Reads: 714 | Likes: 0
It was just another usual day at high school. But it felt different. As I hurried towards the classroom having finished the practical sessions in the laboratory, I caught his gaze. Standing tall he looked at me and waited for our eyes to meet. Seemed like we had exchanged a thousand words. And, with  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 01:46 PM
Miraya Amma's Children
By Garima Gupta in Fantasy | Reads: 714 | Likes: 3
It's a clear summer day in Devun. There is a large gathering of a cheerful crowd in the Bada Bagh. It’s the fifth wedding party in as many days. Under the canopy of trees, the bride and groom are blushing as their college friends playfully tease them. Miraya Amma sighs as she looks on. Back in  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 05:49 PM
A Broken Glass Piece
By Shilpi Srivastava in War Story | Reads: 713 | Likes: 8
This Poem is direct from my heart and hopefully I have been successful in writing least of 1% of the feelings the brave women of are country have in the heart. A broken Glass piece   To you, I look like a broken glass piece, I tried, I tried, but the pain doesn’t ease. I know I yelled  Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 01:52 PM
मेरा अकेला पन
By nishant kumar soni in Poetry | Reads: 713 | Likes: 6
                   आज मैं कितना अकेला      चूभ रहा  मेरे दिल , मे कोइ कांटा ,            कोइ नही पास म  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 05:32 PM
Please... love the children too
By Uma Chandrasekar in General Literary | Reads: 713 | Likes: 3
  Please... Love the Children too             The new world as it was forced upon us totally entombed the already buried humanity inside us. One thing I learnt during this “stay together by staying apart movement” is that the more we  Read More...
Published on May 19,2020 06:50 PM