The Script
By nitika das in Romance | Reads: 336 | Likes: 16
I had never considered myself as someone who was self-centred until I had to break your heart to keep mine from rotting completely. We had always been like the two opposite sides of a see-saw; always perfectly imbalanced. One is always down by the other and the ridiculous thing was I was always h  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 04:51 PM
Cozy Place at Home
By Padmini in General Literary | Reads: 335 | Likes: 2
It was a cold morning. Amy was still in bed, all tucked in, checking her phone. Ah, how she loved her room, her bed, her blanket, the air gently brushing her face. Her room was her temple. It had everything she needed: her books, her stationery, her clothes and shoes. But most importantly, it had he  Read More...
Published on Apr 21,2020 08:17 AM
Thank! God
By Writer's Hub in Poetry | Reads: 335 | Likes: 2
We ended last night the last chapter.  But we entered in the new one next Morning.    Suddenly the parents, Friends and family started seeking your love by distancing.    Mecca was empty,  Temples were empty,  Sky was full of birds  While the malls were empty.  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 02:00 AM
Beyond the City Lights
By Unnati Kotecha in Poetry | Reads: 335 | Likes: 1
A red building, ambience lightedInhabited by people, yet fully vacantThe jingling bangles laugh and hauntSmirk miserably, often release a sighTheir ringing have a melancholic tauntDeafs confuse it to be "visit again,bye"The tresspassers there are varied menSome new faces, some people oldFor it is a   Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 07:06 PM
Corona of an eclipse
By Rajavi Parekh in Poetry | Reads: 335 | Likes: 1
Maybe  We were on a way  To a catastrophe  Maybe Increasing temperatures Were a sign to stop Maybe The forgotten Humanity  Is the cause Maybe  This is The Corona of an eclipse A lesson to our mistakes Where we come closer By distancing  Where we fight together By waitin  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 11:27 PM
By vicky sihmar in Romance | Reads: 334 | Likes: 4
10june ko me Or friend vijay black Panther (bar)  sriganganagar se aa rhe the kuch dur chle hi the ki baarish aana suru ho gyi toh hmne apni bike patrol pump pe roki Or barish bnd hone ka itzar krne lge Or pas me hi ak scooty aake ruki Or  jis pr do ldkiya aai or wo bhi barish bnd hone ka   Read More...
Published on Aug 1,2020 02:34 PM
By Disha chaudhari in True Story | Reads: 334 | Likes: 2
Shukraguzar!. Iss kahani Mai Mandir ke bahar baithne wala ek garib insaan jiske badan ke upar Allah ki meher se he Kuch kapde hote hai, vo garib Roz Subha, sham, dopeher aur Raat ko uss Mandir ke bahar baith ke bhik mangta tha. Aur wohi dusri or ek insaan Jo acche, khase Ghar Ka hota hai Roz ussi Ma  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 02:48 PM
By Shreeya Katyal in Poetry | Reads: 334 | Likes: 10
The absence of light is not darkness! Actual darkness is the thought that light will never come again, Actual darkness is the devastating thought that after a loss there will never be a gain, Actual darkness is Loosing hopes forever, Thinking that dreams will materialize never! Actual darkness is w  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 01:10 AM
Far beyond the Culture
By Reny D'cruz in Poetry | Reads: 334 | Likes: 0
Far Beyond the culture  Powered tongues were speechless Awakening messages were meaningless, Strong arms were simply helpless At the outbreak of the silent war. Multi-languages were one to be General ideas were merely one The knowledge that shared was the same At the episode of the silent war  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:35 PM
The Photograph
By Apoorva Vishnuvajhala in Horror | Reads: 334 | Likes: 14
It was a magical camera.  I knew it as soon as I saw it on the display at the pawnshop. It was love at first sight. Though I had cameras at home, this one called out to me. I wanted it so bad. I went inside and asked the owner about it. He told me it was a decade camera. Everytime I would c  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 04:52 PM
Heart Beat!
By Filter Koffee Chronicles in Romance | Reads: 334 | Likes: 0
Arman collected his welcome kit at the registration counter and walked into the conference hall.  As a veteran participant and sometimes speaker at many such conferences, he soon found a perfect vantage point.  Well positioned to be able to sneak out quietly if needed, not too far from the  Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 12:47 PM
Just try!
By ritika kumar in Poetry | Reads: 333 | Likes: 7
Opportunities come and pass by  And then you do nothing but cry So whenever one comes on your way Do not hesitate or be shy But give it a try Even though it seems impossible And the chance of success is negligible Even if you fail you'll get some experience To do better the next time  So   Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 12:01 PM
By Satyendra Singh 'Apurna in Poetry | Reads: 333 | Likes: 3
काटों की राहें हो कठिन या रात का सघन अंधेरा, तुम घबराना नहीं परिस्थितियों से, तुम समझाते रहना मन को यही कि हर रात का   Read More...
Published on May 30,2020 12:43 PM
To My Broken Past, I Write
By Shreeta Das in Poetry | Reads: 333 | 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
By Utsab Sinha in Poetry | Reads: 333 | Likes: 0
একটি আলো । আর মধ্যরাত্রিরা যথেষ্ট নয় দেনার দুনিয়ার সাঁকো পারাপারে -- সকল মানুষের ভিড় কাটিয়ে কী গান আজ গাইবে তুমি ? অ  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 02:20 PM