When we are locked in room for love,to love
By Bishakha Dewyani in Romance | Reads: 389 | Likes: 1
An imaginary world ,                      with a imaginary soul , when two people or more are locked into one room ,life triggers the understanding of knowing each others view and opinion , well here in now the time has arrived to love your love  Read More...
Published on Mar 25,2020 07:16 PM
The Tsunami
By Prabindh Sundareson in Mystery | Reads: 388 | Likes: 0
Kattapanai. A remote village in the south of the Indian sub-continent. Dec 25 10 AM: There was a festive mood in the air. Paper stars rustled in their fake glory, hanging onto the past. Bare bodied boys ran around with glee. Siluva could recognise some of them, born just last year.   The sea a  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 12:39 PM
Tomb in the Womb
By Eleena Sanyal Banerji in Poetry | Reads: 388 | Likes: 6
I was barely the size of an adult human palm  I will never know why we had done you no harm harm With my eyes still shut in the warmth of her womb Where I thought I'd be safe you made it my tomb As she bit into the fruit it blew up her mouth  Her jaw exploded there was pain throughout S  Read More...
Published on Jun 6,2020 12:02 PM
Longing for the Eternal Space
By Deepika Bijawat in Poetry | Reads: 388 | Likes: 7
LONGING FOR THE ETERNAL SPACE It's not a long story, Just my thoughts on a small piece of paper That comprises volumes of love, of a dreamer. Thoughts flowing in the space where only he could hear.  Her sad eyes, he could not bear.  They could not meet in the glory of their space, And  Read More...
Published on May 12,2020 02:22 PM
I’m the Black
By Giridhar Alwar in Poetry | Reads: 387 | Likes: 1
When the longest days tests your patience, and The shortest nights give you deep sleep. When the longest path finishes in no time, and The shortest holds you at the beginning. When the longer life gives you no joy, and the shortest death can make you feel complete. When the people stood the long  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 01:50 PM
By fawaz in Poetry | Reads: 387 | 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
The prison school.(பள்ளியான சிறை).
By ??????? ????? in Crime | Reads: 387 | Likes: 1
   She breastfed her infant mother and sent him to school . The boy who is now growing up is in the eighth grade.        The grown boy came home ,one wonderful evening.             "Shouting as mummy" rushed through the house.    Read More...
Published on May 15,2020 10:32 AM
By Colonel Dr Ramanan Duraiswami in Poetry | Reads: 386 | Likes: 4
Standing on my balcony last night,I saw a really wonderful sight! A dog had taken up abodeRight in the middle of the road. Between the gates of two colonies,He'd ensconced himself with consummate ease. Secure in the thought that traffic was less,He bedded down without stress. He was the King of that  Read More...
Published on Apr 17,2020 01:52 PM
Just Love!
By Sakshi mishra in Romance | Reads: 386 | Likes: 7
Lost somewhere between the rays of sunset, they held each other’s hand and sat on the wooden chairs placed close to each other in their balcony. On such fine evenings, they would sit and discuss the life issues between the sips of scalding tea. Life gives us simple yet magical moments and thes  Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 06:13 PM
By Asima Nayak in Poetry | Reads: 386 | Likes: 37
In the yellowish dusty burning sand, Longed for an oases in the critic band. He was a mirage that had disappeared; Under the same blue black blurred sky, The pink moon stood high. Clouds bid bye to the palms, Scorching sun kissing the arms. Letting it roll down the lips, To the white cottony pillows  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 08:31 AM
Maxwell and Ummachi
By R Chandrasekar in True Story | Reads: 386 | Likes: 1
Maxwell and Ummachi “Thatha, you are a pencil,” so saying she shrieked gleefully and did a somersault on the sofa. “Pattu, you shouldn’t say such things to big people,” my daughter chided her. Sreya just stared at her mother and rolled her eyes with her face turned upwa  Read More...
Published on Apr 28,2020 08:15 PM
By Umesh in Poetry | Reads: 385 | Likes: 3
Sitting in a room filled with the darkness just like an abandoned ravine, Nothing illuminates but that one small circle of air-conditioner's Blue light, Yeah, life's all pitch-black with not a single sign of sunshine, But then pops up this one little hole letting in an Amber ray oh-so-bright!    Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 01:45 AM
The painful silence
By Baishali Sonowal in Poetry | Reads: 385 | Likes: 1
Never did I realize, the presence of a haunted silence, How could I deny the gloomy shaped picture it displayed, Never did I imagine, the place it occupied in my heart, That tore my benevolence into pieces. I yelled, I screamed,  The pain was trying to kill, I yelled, I screamed, The pain would  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 11:23 PM
Ginger Up
By subhadra kunduri in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 385 | Likes: 7
Ginger up Deepika was making upma for breakfast. Not the rava or sooji upma, mind you. This was quinoa upma.  As she was preparing  the ingredients,  her mother came into the kitchen. “Did you add  ginger?” she asked. Deepika looked at up, eyes teary due to the irrita  Read More...
Published on Jul 2,2020 09:11 PM
Story for sale
By Sayed Nizam in Fantasy | Reads: 385 | Likes: 2
I burnt a book last night, fed it to a candle and waited for the flames to vomit the pungent stench of sales. The details of how I ended up reading such a book might sound clichéd,  but such are all truth. It started with a grin on the book seller’s face, he assured me that it was  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 07:57 PM