The perfect letter
By Abhishek Singh in Romance | Reads: 414 | Likes: 13
He had been staring at the blank screen for quite some time now. The blinking cursor seemed to mock his thoughts. This was supposed to be his masterpiece. Words moved across his mind but he couldn't make anything out of them. What was the point of experiencing so much when you can't put it to words?  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 11:58 AM
By Asima Nayak in Poetry | Reads: 414 | 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
She is the only one, my alwyas forever one...
By Sourav kumar in Fantasy | Reads: 414 | Likes: 0
After she blew up the candle, I promised to alwys hold her hand and that I will always keep her happy and smiling. She was nervous and was staring at me with her beautiful almond shaped Black eyes. she said that she too likes me and that she needs some time to understand love. sitting next to her, w  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 09:55 AM
बस यूँही (Pulwama Attack)
By Abhinav Srivastava in Poetry | Reads: 414 | Likes: 13
आज इस अंधेरी रात में बस यूँही ये कविता निकली है देश को समर्पित मेरी यह कविता खुद में एक फूल की कली है इसकी नही करूँगा  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 11:00 AM
COVID 19: You have got time to spend with your family.
By Suman Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 413 | Likes: 0
COVID 19 Pandemic: You got time to stay with family and leave all the worry on their own. Covid 19 has spread all around the world. And it’s affecting widely to humans. Daily we get big numbers that is being added the list of affected person.  Government is doing required work and taking   Read More...
Published on Apr 16,2020 07:20 PM
To My Broken Past, I Write
By Shreeta Das in Poetry | Reads: 413 | Likes: 0
When i was 5my brother’s birthday party was about to commence when the clock chimed six times the aroma of fresh luchis and daalwould fill the household and Baba would talk about cricket and politics Maa, about my brotherand me, sitting on the veranda When I was 5 somebody took the big bad ste  Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 12:50 PM
When we are locked in room for love,to love
By Bishakha Dewyani in Romance | Reads: 413 | 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
Ae Insaan tujhe kis baat ka guroor hai
By Pratik Bhagchandani in Poetry | Reads: 413 | Likes: 0
Ae insaan tujhe kis baat ka guroor hai Cchaya tujhpe kaamyabi ka suroor hai Ae insaan tujhe kis baat ka guroor hai Na baksha tune aur jeevon ko, na hi Roka tune unpe atyachar Kara hun ehsaas tujhe bandhak banake apne hi dwar Maarna tujhe pehle apne andar ka asur hai Ae insaan tujhe kis baat ka gur  Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 01:41 AM
By Vanilla Sharma in Thriller | Reads: 413 | Likes: 7
My wheezing breath is deafening. My humdrum heartbeats and the thundering tick-tock of the grandfather clock in the bedroom are close friends. My palpitations, dear friends of death, visit me every twilight. They bring me gifts; gifts of monotony, gifts of trepidation. There is something sinister ab  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 02:17 AM
Corona se daro na
By nidhi in Poetry | Reads: 413 | Likes: 0
Naukri se Waqt hi nahi milta kehkar jin apno se hue dur Un apno ke sath ab to time spend karo na Monday morning blues ko koste the ab tak Ab ghar bhaitne k us maze ki baat b to karo na Kabhi pet to kabhi sir dard ka bahana bana school se chhutti karate the To ab mili is chhutti ko healthy hokar njoy  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 10:19 PM
Those were the days!
By Harita in Poetry | Reads: 413 | Likes: 1
No war was fought, no borders sizzled, no armies marched those days, Yet the lives were at stake, falling apart in quite desolation. No blood was shed in those dark hours yet thousand beings got slayed, Alas! A miniscule being had created havoc across every possible region. The soldiers dazzled in   Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 04:31 PM
The two musketeers
By subhadra kunduri in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 413 | Likes: 7
The two musketeers   It was 5 am in the morning. The house was quiet.  The spouses were asleep. The older children had settled down after late night binge watching.  Deepa and Deepika slowy tiptoed into the front verandah with their steaming mugs of tea. The two women were ‘co  Read More...
Published on Apr 29,2020 09:14 PM
The Last Coffee
By Mira in Romance | Reads: 412 | Likes: 4
She sat in peaceful oblivion. While the world around her moved in a pace designed for forerunners, she remained. She watched and absorbed the sights and sounds. She was aware of how brutally odd she was among the myriad souls that enveloped her, but she remained.  She was bold, no doubt. She wa  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 11:04 AM
Riding my broom stick but I am no witch!
By Anjali Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 411 | Likes: 7
Wouldn’t be able to deny it entirely, now that the Corona Virus has literally ensured that most of the ladies, at least in India are riding broomsticks. I am too. With the morning call, not of the cock-a-doodle-do but the gentle humming of the water pumping motor, I jump out of bed and in one   Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:32 PM
Don’t tease me like this
By Udaya.Kathiravan in Poetry | Reads: 410 | Likes: 0
Don’t tease me like this You are brave enough To shed and be naked To shed and be reborn When will I learn this from you?   Don’t tease me like this You kiss the wind  You find the sun You dress and be smart You dress with your own craft  When will I learn this from you? &  Read More...
Published on Aug 2,2020 12:53 PM