The Black
By VIJETA TIWARI in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 08:06 pm Black is just black, It's the perception that we lack, We keep on giving it inauspicious smack! But...Oh dear black, I have ur back! Black is beauty to some.. Nightmare to the worrisome.. Which indicates....the best is yet to come! Black is beauty to me.. Might not be  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 12:10 AM
MOTHER
By Adi Malvi in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 1
A mother's love is really true Every day there's something new She won't ever let you weep she knows your secrets that are deep Never ever you hurt her She's a cute teddy without fur You should Always take her advice And you'll never think about it twice Mothers are really awesome If you got any pro  Read More...
Published on Apr 16,2020 09:14 PM
SOPHISTICATEDLY HOMELESS
By Sharmista Sengupta in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
I hate winters. The fact that my Gucci jumper couldn't protect me from the harsh wind adds to my ever-lasting hatred. Have I ever mentioned how stray flyers floating in the wind are great devices to deviate you from your insignificant thoughts? Under the light of the fluctuating lantern at Nicholson  Read More...
Published on May 13,2020 02:55 PM
The King
By Simran Dhingra in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
The castle gates remained open for travellers and traders and those seeking shelter The King was generous, gave them diamonds and pearls served in a platter. His visitors cherished the riches and stayed there for a while for they have never seen such  goodness and care loaded up in a pile. His   Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 02:36 AM
Hard Time
By Shruti Aggarwal in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
आकांक्षाओं को अपनी दबाते देखा है मैंने अपनी मां को मुस्कुराते देखा है पसीनो में तरबतर खुशियों को देखा है मैंने अप  Read More...
Published on May 28,2020 06:27 PM
Bitter truth
By Simar kapoor in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Don't expect you'll always get a shoulder to cry At times you won't understand the reason why Things seem to fall out in a queue You feel so gloomy and can't figure out what to do  Read More...
Published on Apr 22,2020 08:03 PM
Crossroad
By Upama Ghosh in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
I  want to cross the line & Build Bridges of Life, Touch the hue &  Lead the queue, To bring a change in the milieu.  Read More...
Published on Apr 8,2020 03:04 PM
Love only heals
By Kiran in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
To, The one who taught me to love,   You unwrapped me, You loved my messy heart, Kissed my bruised lips,   You whispered to my scars,  And helped me bloom,   You are my chaos, And my calm.   You are my sword, And my shield.   From, The one who falls in love with you eve  Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 02:58 AM
Living half a dream
By chinmoyuri in General Literary | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
The last 4 years were not easy for me. I counted each passing day with a heavy heart. I remember the pact we made to go to art school in Paris after we finish school, to live our new dream to fly.   He was not very happy with his strict military family. He was different from them .They were dis  Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 02:35 AM
Le Soin ( Care )
By Nafeez Ahmed in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 1
I wander for her in darkest night , Just for her smile to relieve me, From the horror of losing her, But that glance of her , Reminisce me . That she confuses my limits , To unleash the beast who I am , Trapped in the context of ordinary , When she thrives for extraordinary.  Her soul blazes a  Read More...
Published on Jun 3,2020 10:34 PM
Potter's poetry
By Saakshi Somaiya in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 1
In childhood we always wished to have superpower Just like Harry Potter had We always dreamt of superpowers like invisibility, magic spells, reading future So that we can come to know about people who love us Just like Harry loved his parents, Heromione loved books But as I grew up I came to know th  Read More...
Published on Apr 27,2020 07:16 PM
A wonderful spin of love
By Vinisha Panwar in Romance | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Avni’s family was too conservative but she was too modern to be living her life in a conservative mode. At-least her intelligence paid off and she moved to a new city to settle down independently. While, her family wasn’t much happy about this decision of her, they haven’t yet give  Read More...
Published on May 3,2020 02:37 PM
Stockholm Syndrome
By Namrata Dev in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
I taste melted metal in my mouth everytime someone knocks at the door my breath hitches, my wrists wriggle involuntary, like a magnet waiting to grab its partner and shower it with kisses my legs wobble in overwhelm yet those thick ropes are heartless holding every inch of me in place while I desper  Read More...
Published on Apr 25,2020 07:27 AM
Dance of Life
By Utkarsha Arvind in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Screaming in the silence of the night, this thumping, throbbing heart of mine. Seeks a calm that it cannot get, tries to shout but words fail it. So, I take my blanket, close my eyes              And try to become one with the abyss that right now presides.   Read More...
Published on Apr 14,2020 01:38 PM
Anger
By Kunjika Thakral in Poetry | Reads: 79 | Likes: 0
Loosing all sense of wrong or right All set to initiate a fight No attentions to logics anymore Disappears all wisdom you store The world seems against you All explainations looks untrue.  You shout,  You hurt,  You cry.  Surely not making you stronger But making you day by day   Read More...
Published on May 8,2020 07:34 AM