Being Blessed
By Shweta Gupta in General Literary | Reads: 81 | Likes: 1
Being Blessed  "What has destiny in store for me? Will I never be a mother?" On thinking this the tears rolled down Prakriti's eyes. Prakriti was quick enough to wipe them lest they be seen by anyone in the family.  For everyone Prakriti was a career oriented woman who was least bothered  Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 06:13 PM
The Pandemic.
By Riya Lalwani in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 2
The world was at chaos. Everyone was running, running for life, running from life. And suddenly it completely stopped, coming to a halt. The message shined crystal clear to the universe to read : "Earth was closed. "People panicked, they were scared.  Isolation getting the best out of them.   Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 07:20 PM
By Sara Javed in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
2019 resolve in just one turn  31 December last day of the year,  A year which is filled with Grief, sorrow and pain. My new year begins with, Tearful eyes. A spark in my mind A hurtful heart  Which has to be healed the rest of MY LIFE. 2020 is not a normal year 2020 is a door to a ne  Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 05:24 PM
By ajay in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
वक़्त मिले तो मिल लेना। भहरोसा रखो जाया नही होगा । ये दिल काफी वक्त से मुस्कुराया नही है । तेरा या मेरा किसी का तो मुस  Read More...
Published on Apr 29,2020 01:44 PM
Same Allotment
By Preeti Agrawal in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
Same Allotment Allotted with the same hours⌛ a day Different works and duties anyway Thinking ones way right and wrong Takes you to conflict along Why to decide, when things unknown Put on some love, shed some identity Turning inward is a necessity Time is life's great leveler Powerful indeed,&n  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 01:51 PM
Old fashioned love
By chaotic.poet in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
looking for an old fashioned love! it readTook out the ink and he filled the penWrote her a poetry of modern-old love and Stuck it with a fresh rose and some mild scent.Grabbing out an envelope He kissed it with respect Drew a pigeon on itAnd kept it on her desk.  Read More...
Published on May 12,2020 02:10 PM
By BINOD PADHAN in General Literary | Reads: 81 | Likes: 1
CONSTANCE BANNISTER CORP/GETTY IMGESI grew up in a family that didn’t show affection. I knew I was loved, but it was rarely expressed, either in words or with a hug. Then, at the age of 40, I met Judy. I quickly noticed how often she told her kids she loved them and how she hugged everyon  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 06:45 AM
Happy Book Day
By Shagun Singh in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
So amorphous aren't you Transgressing tragedies  Going weak in the knees Opining theories and rustic philosophies A dot of wit, a speck of humor A blip of satire, heart strung metaphors Decked in pages or decorated digital print Your preface, acknowledgements and author's note  We unapol  Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 07:07 PM
I've loved you enough
By A.N.luna in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
I've loved you enough To let you walk in my heaven Along with your angels Along with you demons. I've loved you enough To burn myself and Ignite the light You once said to me "I'm afraid of dark nights!". I've loved you enough To replete your broken and voided holes With the pieces of my heart Wit  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2020 09:21 PM
By N. KALYANI in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
WINTERTIME PARTY In the winter sun, Basking on the verandah, With friends who drop in, From far and near, A day-long party, Through the sun’s journey, From mid-morning to sun down time, Toasted peanuts and crunchy chips, Fruit tidbits and chocolate chunks, And delicious scrumptious savouries,   Read More...
Published on Apr 3,2020 05:45 PM
I will follow her into the dark
By Payal Dey in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
Why ? Do I feel like hellish ? Who chose to be in this quarantine ? Where silence engulfs the scream of dead I am not supposed to be in this space, I question your intentions, For you think I cared too less, But it was you indeed, Since I went on years no sleep, Watching, Waiting, Craving, I stopped  Read More...
Published on Apr 11,2020 09:10 PM
A writer's plight
By Shagun Singh in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
Neil Gaiman nestles into a hobbit cave On a hilltop house  To weave the muscle of fragile things Jhumpa Lahiri galloped to Cape God 7 crisp winter months Retreating in solitude Curating her magic word-chiselers Virgina had a room of her own And minted Money from an aunt's heritage Anuja Chau  Read More...
Published on May 14,2020 07:08 PM
Once Again
By Ananya Goel in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
Philosphy didn't teach me howHumans could lose their soulTo become more voracious than any carnivoreBut the Nation and it's people taught meThey educated me to lose faith in humanityThey made me learn the rules of dominance and coercionBut nothing could quite explainWhy a woman's raped body was foun  Read More...
Published on Apr 15,2020 02:21 PM
Jaadugar thay tum
By Smrithi Juanitha in Poetry | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
Aapke harr lafzon mein jaadu sa tha......... Chote bache se thay hum jo uss jaadu ko sacha maan thay gaye. Bewakoof hi sahi par bewafaa na thay. Aapki kidmat ke liye khud tabdil hote gaye. Par itna pyaar aapko manzoor kahan tha? Chalo aapke mohabbat ke na sahi par nafrat ke toh haqdar hue hum. Kehte  Read More...
Published on Apr 26,2020 03:33 PM
Not a story but it's about faith
By vaishnavi in General Literary | Reads: 81 | Likes: 0
This world is ruled by cards. As simple as the ones I hold in my hand as I make this speech to the complex ones that let you into rooms or hold every single dime in your name. In a world so high tech and complex, we place our trust of the most valuable things in objects that have face value but not   Read More...
Published on May 7,2020 02:03 AM