तेरे नाम पे
By Atul shagird in Poetry | Reads: 577 | Likes: 7
तेरे नाम पे जंग करते है ये हवा के झोंके तेरी जुल्फों को तंग करते हैं तेरे लबों से शिक़ायत है शायद मुझे इसलिए अपनी कम  Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 09:56 PM
Memoirs of memories
By Snehashree in Poetry | Reads: 577 | Likes: 0
Memoirs of memories I was a small girl then, when rivers were different from seas. I did not know then, that I laughed like the tinkle bells, and cried like the clamouring blades of colliding swords. Life was soothing then, when I could count the moving shadows of buses passing the hot, pitch roads,  Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 12:44 PM
By subhadra kunduri in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 577 | Likes: 5
WFH   The country was still in the phase one of lockdown. Susie got the message to ‘WFH’ from her boss during his first hour of her day 1, along with many references to BTP, ATP, BLD, and ALD and so on. At first she thought Boss was scolding her for something. “Bah”, she  Read More...
Published on Apr 18,2020 09:54 PM
Should I wait to form an opinion ?
By Kunal Deore in Poetry | Reads: 577 | Likes: 1
Should i wait to form an opinion,  Or should i just jump the gun ?  Should i wait to gather wisdom,  Or just blurt out what the paper feeds me everyday ?  Should i polish my perception,  Or just take sides and run along ?  Should i open my eyes and see, Or just be pr  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 10:49 AM
By Sowmya Sri Rathnakumar in General Literary | Reads: 576 | Likes: 3
When you are wide awake after a deep sleep, moments before you feel the calmness, there I am. When you are about to fall from your bicycle, moments before the fear consume you, there I am. When you see someone while walking down the road, moments before you realize that you like that specific person  Read More...
Published on May 21,2020 05:06 AM
By Ananya Roy in Poetry | Reads: 575 | Likes: 3
Rivers, black and blue run down my body As I stare into the glass, reflecting somebody Morphed beyond recognition; I look like  A human wrapped in a warped leather bag. Yes, that's exactly what I look like, A tattered leather bag,that was born only To reproduce and satitate the urges of A man's  Read More...
Published on May 1,2020 11:05 AM
Mira – The Miracle of My Life
By Priyanka Singh in True Story | Reads: 575 | Likes: 0
“Anil has met with an accident. His wife and parents are dead. He is in a critical condition,” echoed my brother’s voice over the phone. There was a surge of strange emotions inside me as I listened to this, and my thoughts instantly went back in time   Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 03:19 PM
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
By Sudhir Rao in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 575 | Likes: 3
It was a sunny Saturday afternoon in Kolkata and a 7-year old boy was skipping along happily. Well, to cut a long story short, that was me. My mother had given me money to buy sweets. Kolkata is home to the Rosogollas (that has been contested by Odisha) and other delicious juicy sweets, so you can i  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 04:42 PM
By in Poetry | Reads: 575 | Likes: 0
                Memories            -By Arvind K Pandey  Mind has become the storehouse of memories,Sweet memories which are mine,Which are, of course, my prized possession,When loneliness has gripped me,They surround me slo  Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 09:04 AM
By fawaz in Poetry | Reads: 574 | Likes: 6
Popped an Orange Sunshine into the Lingua, the clouds were passing meteoric, those squint ones were closed, those hallucinatory ones suddenly opened. I could feel the Stars & the Planets around me. There was a twin flame, that affectionate one whom, didn't abandon me. He loved me, he gave me a C  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:11 PM
By S.Priya in Poetry | Reads: 574 | Likes: 1
आसमान के भी अपने तेवर हैं| हों भी क्यों न,  दिन में बादलों से ढका,  रात में चाँद- सितारों से सजा| खूबसूरती का सारांश   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:39 PM
Progress in a Pandemic
By Maruti Mohit R in General Literary | Reads: 573 | Likes: 7
A whole country. Restricting itself, staying indoors with bated breath, silently fighting a battle against an invisible enemy, with undying hope. If that isn’t beautiful, then what is? This whole corona situation has me thinking.  Outside, there are deserted roads, empty buildings, and th  Read More...
Published on Apr 25,2020 11:41 AM
By Abhishek Singh in Poetry | Reads: 573 | Likes: 1
लाल बत्ती पर हाथों में मासूमियत का कटोरा लिए हुए, कभी इस गाड़ी, कभी उस गाड़ी, के पीछे भागती वह जो अनजान थी अपने कल से, श  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:54 PM
By Vikalp Joshi in General Literary | Reads: 573 | Likes: 0
Dear person who finds this letter, 8000 metres above sea level and 28 degree celsius below zero, my smart watch says. I say, it’s been 17 days 8 hours and 16 minutes since I left home because it haunted me after she left that morning. I know she loved mountains and so I am here, hoping to meet  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:57 PM
The Unspoken Goodbye.
By Ayushi Zina in Romance | Reads: 573 | Likes: 4
Finally the much awaited day had arrived and there she stood scanning the people coming out of the arrival gate. Her face lit up catching sight of him. His face mirrored her reaction and out he came, gave her a cursory hug and they left for the hotel. As soon as they reached the room, he started op  Read More...
Published on May 28,2020 01:57 AM