My 21 days on Lockdown - Week 1 (Days 1-7)
By Jocelyn in General Literary | Reads: 650 | Likes: 1
Day 1 of 21 - 25th March 2020 21 days lockdown! Did that come as a shocker to you? Well, I believe we were all half expecting that to happen considering the circumstances of Coronavirus pandemic. Definitely, desperate times call for desperate measures. While, Netflix-ing and chilling in the comfort  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 01:15 PM
थोङा थोङा फिल्मी
By sneh goswami in Fantasy | Reads: 650 | Likes: 1
ये फिल्मी नहीं    थोङा थोङा फिल्मी    थाली में रोटी डालके निंदी ने चकले वाली रोटी तवे पर डाली और तेज तेज कदम ब  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 05:22 PM
The Quality of PARENTING
By Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra in General Literary | Reads: 649 | Likes: 1
Quality Parenting is the need of the hour and with the result, at the same time the boards of education and learning must develop a plan to help schools, teachers and parents educate children about safe, responsible use of the Internet. For example, encourage schools and families to place computers   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:33 PM
How to combat corona fear towards self-control and love
By Sudipta Mishra in War Story | Reads: 648 | Likes: 0
In a major worldwide outbreak of novel COVID-19 virus  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:18 AM
Ageing for love
By Sowmya Sri Rathnakumar in Poetry | Reads: 648 | Likes: 1
My eyes that admired you is now out of glow. My ears waited to hear your voice has faded. My hands held out for your reach has got wrinkles. My cheeks turned red with blush is now pale. My hair gone grey waiting for you. You took the key to my happiness when you left. The pain has grown deeper and d  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 10:34 AM
By Nithya in General Literary | Reads: 647 | Likes: 1
The boom of firecrackers jolted me awake. It was 3.30 in the morning. I realised I was at Gayatri’s home for Deepavali. I had spent every Deepavali of the past decade with my friends, jostling outside a cinema hall in the wee hours of the day, celebrating the premiere of a ‘mass hero&rsq  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:34 AM
Winter Rain
By Ehboklang Pyngrope in General Literary | Reads: 647 | Likes: 22
It is about 9 in the morning. The wind fiercely fighting for dominance with the lightning and thunder, while the rain continued its losing fight. It is a cold December but not a quiet one. My kids rushed through the door screaming their joyous "Merry Christmas" while the youngest one pulls her blank  Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 10:10 PM
By SUDIPTA NARAYAN DAS in Poetry | Reads: 647 | Likes: 1
STILL   The soft rays of the early sun still brighten my face. The gentle morning breeze still feels so fresh. The grass still feels moist from the morning dew.    The garden flowers outside my window still blossom. The birds in the tress still chirp and cheep. The bees and  Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 04:47 PM
My Story On Earth
By Nidhi Kolha in Mystery | Reads: 647 | Likes: 1
Hi i am Sahana,  I am 2nd year engineering student and i want to tell you my story today. Todays date is 27th november and at the time is at around 12PM....the people have gathered around me i can see i am lying down the street and the blood is all around me and i am calling for help but i am n  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 03:12 PM
Eve Teased
By Sweta Singh in Poetry | Reads: 647 | Likes: 3
An early day of winter When our chemistry class was called off, Our teacher had burned her hands in the lab And we like some sadists rejoiced To spend the rest of the day doing something odd.   So, I took the bike I seized from my brother And went on a ride with my best friend. This w  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 09:49 PM
By reenasha in Poetry | Reads: 647 | Likes: 0
Emigrate out of the claustrophobic cage- ’cause You’re not a slave anymore Break down the chains tied to your legs and hands- ’cause You’re not a prisoner anymore Open up the pent up anger and rage- ’cause You’re not a spectator anymore Spread your wings and fly b  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 07:11 PM
School Frenzy
By Aditi in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 646 | Likes: 1
The firsts always make you anxious , excited and give you jitters in your stomach. Now you might think of your first love or first job. Well I am talking about the first day of my child's online school . V's school on a normal day starts at 7 in the morning, that means our day starts at 5am(talk abo  Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 09:25 PM
The Covid - 19 Warriors
By Priyan R Naik in General Literary | Reads: 645 | Likes: 2
Everyone of us had done a terrific job of banging our plates and vessels to show our gratefulness to the Covid warriors. Citizens had wholeheartedly rallied around health care workers. Even in the hospital, Personal Protection Equipment was now easily available. Doctors could stop working in raincoa  Read More...
Published on May 21,2020 06:27 PM
By vandana bhingradiya in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 645 | Likes: 1
મુ:પડી તા:લપસી વાયા: ફ્રેકચર તારીખ:12/13/92             મારા પ્રિય,           વાલમજી. "અરે ભાઈ આ વાલમજી એટલે શું થા  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 06:08 PM
The Fortunate Break Up
By Ayushi Zina in True Story | Reads: 644 | Likes: 2
1.05AM Annie was ecstatic. She had been toiling day and night to write the thesis. And finally after days of labour she was proud to announce that she had finished it. The reason for her pride was not just that, she had finished a thousand page thesis but that she had written those thousand pages o  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 05:45 PM