A Dream Away
By Madhuri in Fantasy | Reads: 588 | Likes: 2
Again she was intermingled in the loop, perspired and her eyes wide open right at the start of the dawn. She gasped and rushed to the wash basin to again look into the face-cut mirror and splash water on the face recklessly until she assures that she is out of the dream that she was living beyond dr  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 09:44 PM
सफर और हमसफर
By AMIT KUMAR in Travel | Reads: 587 | Likes: 1
ट्रेन चलने को ही थी कि अचानक कोई जाना पहचाना सा चेहरा जर्नल बोगी में आ गया। मैं अकेली सफर पर थी। सब अजनबी चेहरे थे। स  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 11:38 AM
शाम ढल रही है ।
By Ajahar Rahaman in Poetry | Reads: 587 | Likes: 1
ढल रही है शाम कोई, और ओ गीत गुन गुना रही है । रख के माथे पलू अपना ,ओ दीपक जला रही है । फिर कोई शाम ढ़लती जा रही है ,धीमें- ध  Read More...
Published on Apr 12,2020 12:17 PM
Mission Adjourned
By Payal Arun in Sci-fi | Reads: 587 | 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
By Bhargavi in True Story | Reads: 586 | Likes: 24
I still remember that day..!!  It was very early in the morning..I sat beside him holding his hand very tightly into mine..Tears continuosly rolling down from my eyes on to the cheeks there on to his hands..He can barely look at me.. But he still was looking into my eyes and smiling.. Look  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 10:02 AM
मैं से मैं का रिश्ता
By Divya in Poetry | Reads: 586 | Likes: 2
वो कहते हैं कि फेमिनाज़ी ना बनो तुम्हारे भले के लिए ही बनाये हमने सारे  नियम कायदे, रीति-रिवाज, सीमायें मर्यादाएं   Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 10:19 PM
Kitaab Kaise Padhe
By Simran Sawhney in Poetry | Reads: 586 | Likes: 9
 This poem emotes the feeling of the beloved when she received the very first gift from her lover : A book !! Char panne hi padh payi thi ki aankh bhar aayi ..yeh sochkar ki kya tumhari nazron ne bhi in panno  ko padha hoga ? kapkapaane lage haath is ehsaas se ki kya tumhare haathon ne bh  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 11:01 PM
The Ring of Siraj
By Abhishek Goswami in Thriller | Reads: 585 | Likes: 1
The loud sound of the window glass shattering to pieces woke up Shraboni from her slumber.She found Pandey Ji looking at the damaged window glass with a quizzical glance.Shraboni asked, “Pandey Ji, kya hua?Are those guys at it again?” Pandey Ji replied,”Who knows dear, these   Read More...
Published on Apr 16,2020 08:06 PM
A/C Installation
By Santhosh Kumar S in Supernatural | Reads: 584 | Likes: 2
"Where did that come from?", I woke up with a jolt. It's 9.49 A.M. Still eleven minutes for the alarm to buzz. I can smell the soul of prawn in the kitchen. I am a vegan alright. But I was once a non-vegan. When it comes to smells, the memories don't seem to fade. I vividly remember how Saroja Aaya&  Read More...
Published on Jun 21,2020 08:38 PM
By Sparsh in General Literary | Reads: 583 | Likes: 2
                           BEING HUMAN "Who are you?" someone asked and the reply was thunder striking as they generally identify themselves with their religion (Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian, Jew, Jain, Buddhist etc) What a shoc  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 09:02 AM
By Subahu Ranjan Sahoo in Poetry | Reads: 583 | Likes: 3
Like the sky displaying trillions of stars Thoughts have wondered my  mind entire At this elderly age I am bound to think The blue memories float as I blink Power of present, unconscious mood Used to fuel my whilom childhood Two are the players - the curly clouds and the bright sun The   Read More...
Published on Jun 15,2020 01:21 PM
I’m trapped inside my head
By Nidhi Rai in Poetry | Reads: 583 | Likes: 4
At first there wasn’t a sound, or its trace. It seemed to me like a silent place. Then a wise voice spoke. Something sleepy it awoke.   We used to talk for an hour or two, Then it was time to bid adieu. Our conversations slowly became longer. My desire to listen became stronger.     Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 05:10 PM
Knock out Coronavirus
By Dr Loveleen Sarao in Poetry | Reads: 583 | Likes: 1
This poem was specially  penned down by me for my five year old daughter to help her learn about coronavirus and motivate her to stay strong in tough times. We hope the sun will always shine bright And the Covid situation will become alright My mama made a mask for me Ask your mom to d  Read More...
Published on May 12,2020 10:34 PM
Beginning of War I : Dead man tell no tales
By Sivarao in Thriller | Reads: 582 | Likes: 1
CHAPTER I: Rising Enemy Present          The attack was already started at the school. The students and teachers were confused about what's going on outside.  The terrorists have started to lock down the school perimeter and the enemies are closing in but, Rorke and   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:57 PM
The Reunion
By Sridevi Nair in Romance | Reads: 582 | Likes: 5
She looked at herself in the mirror and gave a coy smile. She was wearing a blue top and a pink floor length skirt ."Not bad" ,she told herself. 'Blue' was her favourite color and today was a special day.  Jhanvi had come to Mumbai a couple of days back. She was here to visit her sister in law   Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 06:35 PM