The curse of Feelings
By Sidharth Samantaray in Poetry | Reads: 443 | Likes: 1
Who Am I? Am I a lover or killer? she came in my life like a mringle of thought she gave me her heart before i woke up, she broke my heart before i slept, she disrespect me even i respect her, she made me laugh, she made me sleep, she made me smile, she was my success. I wants to make her past more   Read More...
Published on Mar 26,2020 12:31 AM
By Sowmya Ramesh in Poetry | Reads: 442 | Likes: 2
Cased away with all things precious Photographs, heirlooms and more Never ceased to give comfort, if not joy Easy to recollect but not so easy to forget- Are the memories that our mind holds As you tug harder the further they seem to drift The more you seek to lose them, the harder they cling on to   Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 12:01 AM
By Manoj Vaz Ramchandran in General Literary | Reads: 442 | Likes: 0
IN GOD'S IMAGE A Short Story by Manoj Vaz UnnikrishnanNair waited restlessly as the Customs Officer accosted him on the way out of the green channel at the international airport in Mumbai and directed him to a corner where he and a fellow officer started rummaging through his small suitcase. “  Read More...
Published on May 1,2020 02:35 PM
A Tale Untold
By Anushka Chatterjee in General Literary | Reads: 442 | Likes: 0
Master Mahesh, a sturdy man of fifty, had mastered the virtue of patience. The insignificance of his frivolous youth had cultivated in him, the value and need of it. “When best used, patience does wonders,” once taught his mother. Thus he glanced at his cracked wristwatch, mopped the dro  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 10:15 AM
साथ मी तुझी अर्ध्यावर सोडून जात आहे 
By Shubhangi Dupte in Poetry | Reads: 442 | Likes: 7
केसात तुझ्या गजरा माळायचा राहून गेलामाफ कर प्रिये मला ते करायचंच राहून गेलं ,तू माझ्या दिलाची राणीतूच माझा जीव की   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:51 PM
By B.M. Kapoor in Travel | Reads: 442 | Likes: 1
Landing at the Chek Lap Kok airport of Hong Kong, one is sure to be dazzled by its glitter of steel and chrome, indeed a marvel of architecture. It was early morning and the train from our landing terminal to the main terminal was fast and clean; these trains run every few minutes. We found the airp  Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 08:45 AM
COVID 19: You have got time to spend with your family.
By Suman Kumar in General Literary | Reads: 441 | 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
By Himavarshini in General Literary | Reads: 441 | Likes: 15
In bygone years, there lived in Pali a little girl whose name was Pihu. She lived with her father and grandmother as her mother was dead. Her father was a cook. He was very poor and could barely afford his kid’s schooling.              Unlike every year, The   Read More...
Published on Jun 10,2020 05:15 PM
Silent whispers
By Payal Arun in Thriller | Reads: 441 | Likes: 0
The novel was out in the market and it had made a lot of buzz as the author was new and  feminine and the crime scene was set. The author was a lady in mid thirties or early forties and her four books were published. Her stories revolved around the biggies of the entertainment industry and alwa  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 10:30 PM
Mashed potatoes embarrassed cries
By Ankita Sirker in True Story | Reads: 441 | Likes: 0
I pretended to not know my father while on a flight to Dibrugarh. Don’t judge me yet. I’ll explain exactly why I did what I did. Year 2009: It was a beautiful windy morning here at Kolkata, in the month of December. Christmas, new year and chilly winter mornings – it was that time   Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 11:00 PM
What can I help you with?
By Monika S Gupta in Romance | Reads: 440 | Likes: 5
Strolling through a Calvin Klein outlet in search of a pair of jeans, my cell phone beeped with a notification that she is around, and I must see her. It’s been only a few years, but it seems like ages since I have known her. However, today is special and holy. Just the thought of holding her   Read More...
Published on Jun 8,2020 12:09 AM
If mother you were alive
By shramana ganguly in Poetry | Reads: 440 | Likes: 1
I lit those candles on the window pane  The oil burning and spirits concealed in vain. Clusters of evening lights then awake  With stars blinking from the sky  As I sat down, wondering,  If mother you were alive !! Crackles of laughter next door  Caught my sight. How long!   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 09:47 AM
By Aaliya Shireen in Poetry | Reads: 440 | Likes: 17
A huge pause, Neglected all this while A world trap it was, Or maybe a curse And I never dreamt; Life would become so frightening In just a blink. Was it a bestowal?  A wake up call?  Or, was it the perfect time  To gain some morality?  As I stand by the window Embracing the sc  Read More...
Published on May 17,2020 10:14 PM
लम्हे उनकी यादो के
By Ajahar Rahaman in Poetry | Reads: 440 | Likes: 1
मैं एक पल को खामोशी से मुड़ा था। मेरा हर एक किस्सा तुझ से जुड़ा था। पर अफसोस मगर मैने गलत देखा था । तू नही थी ;ओ तो तेरे  Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 11:13 PM
विरासत भारत की
By Yesh Pal Singh in Poetry | Reads: 440 | Likes: 0
सदियों से अपना नाता है, सन्यासी, संत फकीरों से भाषा, कपड़े, आराध्य कौन, हम मुक्त सभी जंजीरों से स्वयं के भीतर बदलावों  Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 10:51 AM