By Jaishankar Jayaraman in Romance | Reads: 314 | Likes: 2
Do you believe in the universe? Do you believe in the power of the subconscious? Raghavan draw romance and women based paintings, yeah he is a painter also poet. Raghavan having own painting shop on the city.  On that day, he had some mysterious mind set and remembers that dream, he all the tim  Read More...
Published on May 22,2020 07:02 PM
Emergence of the 'new normal' in global societies
By Kirk Louis Jacob in General Literary | Reads: 314 | Likes: 0
Are we recognising the emergence of the ‘new normal’ which involves a conscious movement away from the blame and scapegoating position? In these days of what some people are calling the ‘new normal’, our world media is constantly baffled and being mesmerised by the new god &  Read More...
Published on May 6,2020 04:38 PM
By Medha Tripathi in Thriller | Reads: 314 | Likes: 3
1 October evening, with a perfect weather it was. Neither too cold nor too warm. Neither too humid nor too dry. The skies were clear and the sweet evening breeze made your skin feel alive. She was standing outside the house, still not sure about her decision. Looking up at the first floor window, sh  Read More...
Published on Jun 21,2020 09:16 PM
Mira – The Miracle of My Life
By Priyanka Singh in True Story | Reads: 314 | Likes: 0
“Anil has met with an accident. His wife and parents are dead. He is in a critical condition,” echoed my brother’s voice over the phone. There was a surge of strange emotions inside me as I listened to this, and my thoughts instantly went back in time   Read More...
Published on Mar 27,2020 03:19 PM
Q & A on the equation E = m*c*c
By Surendra Kumar Sagar in General Literary | Reads: 313 | Likes: 0
Q AND A ON THE EQUATION `E = m*c^2`   Q1: So, what is the meaning and significance of the equation E= m*c^2 A1: I`ll try to answer that question. About 30 million quarks collided with the same number (except one) of antiquarks in each neighbourhood, during that first microsecond of the Big Ban  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:46 PM
पैग़ाम- नज़्म
By Atul shagird in Poetry | Reads: 313 | Likes: 7
किसने सोचा था कि तरक्की की तलाश में हम इतना आगे निकल जायेंगे कि वक़्त अगर कोई तबाही लेकर भी आए तो लौट आना मुश्किल हो   Read More...
Published on May 22,2020 09:54 PM
Rise above
By Aarathy M P in Poetry | Reads: 313 | Likes: 1
Hear my words little one,  break those walls of self doubt and inbuilt fears.  Laugh more till you cry a little,  sing more till you dance a little.  Hop around till you fly,  rising above all; self-healing and loving that little soul of yours,  still breathing,   Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 10:38 PM
By Priyanka Ramakumar in Poetry | Reads: 312 | Likes: 2
Doors are shut and shops are closed, Serenity calls wild pets to roam. Glances exchanged through glass doors, Wondering who is victim and who assailant. Houses return to the state of homes, Terraces are loving the kids in us. Television remotes stay in a place, Bringing the family to a cozy space.   Read More...
Published on Mar 29,2020 11:23 AM
The younger brother
By Grace Mary Payyappilly in General Literary | Reads: 312 | Likes: 2
The speeding taxi finally reached the hospital. It had taken forever! I quickly opened the taxi door and got out, ran to the other side, opened the door and helped my best friend out. I put her arm around my shoulder, held her by the waist and pulled her up. I supported and guided her to the hospita  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 11:00 PM
Make a Mission with a Vision
By Tanvi Mehta in True Story | Reads: 312 | Likes: 1
Make A MISSION With A VISION  I am penning down my thoughts on the current situation...Have heard legacy stories from my mother that when her mother was 7 years old a 1918 influenza occured commonly known as "plague" in those times. It was a pandemic which resulted into an "ENDEMIC".Those were   Read More...
Published on Mar 24,2020 11:14 AM
By Shruti in Poetry | Reads: 312 | Likes: 3
And there I was,  lying under the blue sky, with a continues shower of perspiration, and a relief of completing a hardcore workout. A deep breath with closed eyes, and felt serenity that relieved all my nerves! Opened my eyes to the white frothy clouds, and an aeroplane making it`s way   Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 12:24 PM
Longing for Spring
By Supriya Sharma in Poetry | Reads: 312 | Likes: 1
When quarantine wasn't the norm, and Mother Earth was in her true form; The winter Sun was glinting through the grey sky, on the au naturel trees whose grace it did amplify. My mind was orchestrating the sweet blossom assuming, passing the vernal equinox would be awesome! The clock shifted, the s  Read More...
Published on Apr 23,2020 03:48 PM
Eradicate device
By Mahati Stars in Poetry | Reads: 312 | Likes: 4
                             Eradicate device! The skies up in the high; Beautiful glitters over the mind; But, people down on the ground;  In their gown with their phones; We are living our lives through a lens; And de  Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 11:53 AM
Love never fails to pain
By Kavya Jain in Romance | Reads: 311 | Likes: 5
Millenials have passed, traditions and rituals have changed, way of life has changed, way of affection has changed, yet love never fails to pain.  Once upon a time there in a far away kingdom lived a fair maiden who fell in love with a dashing lad. They loved each other deeply, even though she  Read More...
Published on Mar 31,2020 02:19 PM
By Payal Punwani in True Story | Reads: 311 | Likes: 3
What does the word special really mean? What do we consider special in our lives? Something that's important, costly, worthy. Well different meanings under different circumstances. But does under any given circumstance can it mean HANDICAP? Does it really make sense? Well, if not in a mere writeup,   Read More...
Published on May 31,2020 10:44 AM