Books are Lovely
By Nayaab Suhel in Poetry | Reads: 329 | Likes: 4
Books are lovely,                                                  Read More...
Published on Mar 28,2020 02:50 PM
A Horrifying Dream with a bit FUN
By Harshit Goyal (Lucifer) in Horror | Reads: 329 | Likes: 1
The following incident is of my real life and is taken from my book "JOURNEY WITH A DEMON" [It was a very pleasant and sunny day but suddenly cloud had surrounded all over the sky making the place dark and cloudy, suddenly some eerie sounds started to come which started horrifying me and it started  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:37 PM
The pink slip
By Anuradha Prashant in General Literary | Reads: 329 | Likes: 0
9:00 am, the stamping started. Thud Thud Thud… Blue circles around the wrinkled corners meant a job well begun. Well that was how Santhanam started his day rather every day for the last 24 years. Santhanam was the office peon. In hey days of babu (Bureaucracy) culture he had joined  Read More...
Published on Apr 24,2020 07:35 AM
Jeet jayega Bharat
By Poonam in Poetry | Reads: 329 | Likes: 1
जीत जाएगा भारत फिर से मुस्कुराएगा। बस विश्वास तू रख इतना, यह रंग और ये नूर फिर से लौट आएगा। जय हे जय हे सब और गूंज जाए  Read More...
Published on Apr 10,2020 02:39 PM
A Conversation Starter
By Gautam Aggarwal in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 328 | Likes: 4
‘Hey! Millet. Wait for me’, shouted Dan, briskly trying to walk and catch up with Millet. ‘Hello Dan,’ replied Millet, as he stopped in his steps and watched Dan swiftly make his way to him. ‘Look at us walking towards the same workplace everyday. We should do it  Read More...
Published on Jun 22,2020 07:11 PM
One Hundred and Eighty Miles
By ANWESHA DEB in Romance | Reads: 328 | Likes: 2
One Hundred and Eighty Miles British council is one place in Kolkata, which is truly cosmopolitan and providing equality in every sense. I don’t know whether this culture itself to be blamed for my sister Tiara’s choice of first love, a blue eyed boy from   Manchester, Oliver S  Read More...
Published on Jun 22,2020 07:35 PM
Living the vibes of the risen dream.
By Bishakha Dewyani in Fantasy | Reads: 328 | Likes: 1
Long moment ago heart got slipped into the  night 'Taking a dream tour to the moonlight, Bubbling the body into the phrases of the vibe to love the heights, While the wind blew air in the sky Making  the  river flowing soothness into the ears all time Singing the deep song of music tu  Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 02:50 AM
My love is still alive
By S.Sarkar in Poetry | Reads: 328 | Likes: 0
My love is still alive  in the dust clad letter, Meandering in pale memories   hailing the shadow to dance. Days wither in fake smiles   Nights dream in your lips, Memoirs stack grief   Fancies sink before reaching shore. In the ashes of love's pyre  still moulder some flake  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:50 PM
With love
By Rhea joseph in Western | Reads: 328 | Likes: 3
Dear Jeremy  By the time you will find this I will be long gone. And I want you to know that I am sorry for putting you through all this pain, none of which any of my justification could compensate. Don’t feel sad son and know that I am well aware of what I am doing and made this decision  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 12:49 AM
UNTILL I FINISH COUNTING STARS
By Priya N Rao in Poetry | Reads: 328 | Likes: 12
UNTIL I FINISH COUNTING STARS Loving to the Moon and back is fineBut I'll love you till I finish counting stars That frozen night, when you were taking your last breath, You promised me that you will come back when I count all the stars..From that night, I started counting them.. Those winters never  Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 10:28 AM
तीसरा विश्व युद्ध
By RAVI KUMAR "Maahi" in Poetry | Reads: 328 | Likes: 2
“ तीसरा विश्व युद्ध “ तीसरा विश्व युद्ध होगा सोच रहे थे  तोपें गोले बारूद से एक दूसरे को नोच रहे थे  शक्तिशाल  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:37 PM
The Real Prince
By SHANTANU MISHRA in General Literary | Reads: 328 | Likes: 7
It was a heavy downpour, unusual for people like Arun who hated rains. Irrespective of people's choices, it  was business as usual for the coastal city. The city was used to rains but that day it was not raining cats and dogs, it seemed as if the sky was bleeding. The clouds were rumbling and t  Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 05:33 PM
All is Fair!
By Aparna Chandrashekar in General Literary | Reads: 327 | Likes: 3
Ding dong, Asha rang the bell and waited for the door to open. Her mother in law opened the door unsmilingly, and quickly moved out of her way. Asha smiled at her only to be met with complete silence and coldness. Asha quickly changed out of her work clothes, and as she  she went into the kitc  Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 12:41 AM
यकीन कर, यकीन से अब पर्दा हुआ है
By Anuj Subrat in Poetry | Reads: 327 | Likes: 2
यक़ीन कर, यक़ीन से अब पर्दा हुआ है मैं जहाँ खड़ा हूँ वहाँ सबने सर झुका लिया है बहुत बुरा हूँ मैं, हर तरफ मिरि ही बुराइयाँ   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 06:11 PM
HALF A FAIRY TALE
By Doel Biswas in Romance | Reads: 327 | Likes: 10
                                               HALF A FAIRYTALE     Deathly calm pre  Read More...
Published on Jul 26,2020 01:34 AM