Symphony of love
By Swathi Kamath in Poetry | Reads: 462 | Likes: 4
He wove a tapestry of melodies On the black and white keys Every chord, every note Carefully crafted, an antidote The essence healed my jagged scars Breaking free from the shackled bars Through my hollow core the rhythm soared Rhapsodies of stories untold Aligning with my wavering heartbeat The sona  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 09:52 PM
Story Time
By Alka Kansra in General Literary | Reads: 462 | Likes: 10
Story time  Its always an opportunity to listen to music of your choice when on a long drive. The other day while driving back from Delhi after a short stay with my daughter and my little twin grandchildren. We were listening Jagjit Singh. One of his most popular songs “Wo Kagaz Ki Kasht  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 06:17 PM
By HARISH SANT in Poetry | Reads: 462 | Likes: 15
As they set forth fight it out on the highway to hell,  Who shall die and who shall live, nobody can tell...# Tankers, fighter planes, guns and ships,  Fire away in unison, killing hundreds in their trips...# And as the bodies pile up on either ends of the battle ground,  Brothers, fr  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 06:54 PM
Mr Walter's nightmares
By Ayan Chakraborty in Mystery | Reads: 460 | Likes: 2
Mr Walter concluded that he was being followed.  He took a glance at his watch, trying to stay unperturbed. It was 1 a.m. He walked along the pavement, narrowly turning his head and shifting his eyes on either side at regular intervals to keep track of the stranger behind him. It was a man, he   Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 12:35 AM
By Shruti in Poetry | Reads: 459 | Likes: 14
We kissed hard when we met first, not knowing what if it works. Then i was not able to get over you, when you were so much over me. Texting you was never enough, saying you a goodbye was always tough. Seeing your picture five times a day, was my favourite formula to keep the sadness away.   Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 08:57 PM
By sneh goswami in General Literary | Reads: 458 | Likes: 1
    बलि उसने  धूल में लथपथ विजय को देखा और उसाँस भर कर रह गई । भोला भाला  सा चेहरा मासूमियत से भरपूर। इस समय अपन  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:58 PM
The swirls in love
By Geetika K. Bakshi in Romance | Reads: 457 | Likes: 4
Shobhna you can do it. Arey you can do. It’s very easy darling you can do it just push, push…., push……, puuussshhhhhhh……….., Shut up Ashish! You’ll be here in my place and push by yourself. I told you earlier not to put all the stuff of yours in   Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 01:08 AM
By Mohan in General Literary | Reads: 457 | Likes: 3
As I stepped out of the train, the gleefully red and blue railway station welcomed me. Although the colonial architecture looked the same as it was the last time I was here, fifteen years ago.  I still remember the stories Dadda would animatedly recreate about how this station came i  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 06:01 PM
School -A Reverie
By shalini in Poetry | Reads: 457 | Likes: 0
REVERIE The day I stopped wearing my pinaform; Maa’ where are My books? Where is my pencil box? Whither though lunch is packed? Where are my shoes and socks? (Knock on the head.....ounch) Don’t move your plait is cross See you mom!!! Either reminisce or nostalgic With a gigantic school b  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 05:25 PM
कोरोना ने समझाया ठहराव का अर्थ
By rajni goyal in General Literary | Reads: 456 | Likes: 1
आज कल देश भर में हर कोई कोरोना वायरस को लेकर परेशान है। कुछ लोग घर से बाहर न निकलने की वजह से तंग है तो कुछ लोग सोशल मी  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 11:46 AM
Corona of an eclipse
By Rajavi Parekh in Poetry | Reads: 456 | Likes: 1
Maybe  We were on a way  To a catastrophe  Maybe Increasing temperatures Were a sign to stop Maybe The forgotten Humanity  Is the cause Maybe  This is The Corona of an eclipse A lesson to our mistakes Where we come closer By distancing  Where we fight together By waitin  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:27 PM
Mission Adjourned
By Payal Arun in Sci-fi | Reads: 455 | Likes: 0
The dream was almost real, there were sequences and he couldnot think what to do as they keep on changing and he was just a prisoner of his dreams! Mark Mathews was a NASA scientist who was working on a mission with Sarah Pout and Henry Brown and they had to visit the space station soon in March. It  Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 08:00 AM
रास्तों की दास्तां
By Satyendra Singh 'Apurna in Poetry | Reads: 454 | Likes: 0
अश्को की फरमाइश थी वो जो आज डटी है पथ पर, जज्बात भरे हैं उसमें इन कठिन परिस्थितियों ने, दृढ़ता है दी उसे इस जमाने की बे  Read More...
Published on May 28,2020 01:12 PM
Interview with an Inventor
By Malini subrahmaniam in General Literary | Reads: 454 | Likes: 4
The Pandemic – Fears, Myth and solution - By Malini Subrahmaniam Dr. N. Balakrishnan is the Chairman of IIHCC ( ), an NGO, established for imparting Free healthcare services. Umpteen people, are benefitted from this NGO. Dr. N. Balakrishnan is an adept Homeopath, Scientist, Presid  Read More...
Published on Apr 20,2020 10:44 AM
The flash back.
By Ruqaiya in General Literary | Reads: 454 | Likes: 4
The cat with the utmost patience, to glance at her mistress was sitting on her royal mat. As soon as her mistress pirouetted in, she lifted her in her soft hands and ran her fingers through her furry body. With intense love and care she looked at her and excitedly said, “Oh Snow white! Today i  Read More...
Published on Apr 1,2020 08:39 PM