Intelligently Happy
By Rashida Ezzy in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
I thought I was intelligent When I could cry and call my mom I thought I was intelligent When I could be my teachers pet But I didn't know I was intelligent Even when I shared my food with my friends!   I thought I was intelligent When I won my tic tac toes with father I thought I was intelli  Read More...
Published on Apr 13,2020 01:13 PM
By Ananya Sharma in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
The nights were never ending, daytime felt like night.  I knew I was traumatized, was it justified, to jeopardize? I started wearing blues so they couldn't see me bleed.  Used to write it all, instead of cutting, still I felt good for nothing.  Suddenly suicide seemed like a rainbow a  Read More...
Published on Apr 9,2020 12:42 PM
The Solitary Nightingale
By varsha in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
Staring at the wide, clear sky,the caged nightingale warbled in her agony.Flapping it’s clipped wings,determined to fight the fear that clings,abandoning the cage forever,the solitary nightingale left on a new endeavor.Across the paddy fields,crawling away from the slithering serpents,dodging   Read More...
Published on May 26,2020 07:50 PM
One Virus (Seriously?)
By Shreya Samal in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
My hands are really wet, It's just sanitizer/ handwash, no dirt no sweat Temporary OCD in my hand I know its dumb weird thoughts ahead Roads are empty, suddenly look clean People are scared so they dont intervene This virus came from fish market Why does one make human regret? Dont cough, dont sneez  Read More...
Published on Aug 14,2020 01:59 PM
Let Me Be
By Krishika Agarwal in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 1
I wish I could explain,  Why I become so apprehensive, When someone says I love you to me. Or, Why I stay awake at nights, And what are those nightmares that wake me. Or, Why I feel an imperturbable calm,  When I think about jumping from the balcony, Of our 24th floored apartment. Or, Why,  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 07:03 PM
Girl who couldn't speak
By Pooja Miglani in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
It happened all of a sudden She started feeling burden   As the clock struck nine She pretended to be fine   As they sit for dinner She pretended to be winner   Through her kind words She kept winning hearts   Things were not going right She Turned off the light   Those scar  Read More...
Published on Jun 1,2020 10:10 PM
By Pogo in General Literary | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
Years have passed,Time has flown,Yet to Unleash  the dissertation,No more can we hold.The day we stepped in,With a wrenched heart and fickle mind,Leaving behind the hands of the trusted ones,Thrusting ourselves into the unfamiliar world of bewilderment with cracked bones.Time tested our patienc  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 11:12 AM
Ishq ho jaae
By Arjun in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
के वजूद मेरा है हाथों में तेरे,मेरे दिल और जान हैं  खयालातों में तेरे,     हो खूबसूरत तुम ऐसे ,ढलते सूरज की किरणे क  Read More...
Published on Apr 5,2020 09:34 AM
आज वह कहा गई ?
By K.D kaur in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 1
 चेहरे पर जो मुस्कान थी                                               आज वह कहां गई?            Read More...
Published on Apr 6,2020 10:12 PM
Not even as stars
By Samiyah in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
NOT EVEN AS STARS..  I am leaving behind my broken wings, That held me never high despite being there. I'm leaving behind my rusted ring, That gave me no feels despite being there. Did my life went on the same way?  When I pleaded you to stay.  Shame! You didn't even try,  Now w  Read More...
Published on May 16,2020 08:16 PM
By Namrata Dev in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
[READ CAPTION]: EMPTY The mockery of the empty dining and the dirty, two day old stench from the kitchen the cold air from the empty fridge tuning in the low-pitched growls of my hungry belly Two units of expired canned food and my own pitiful reflection off the silver coated plate that has been un  Read More...
Published on May 2,2020 03:38 AM
Porcelain Angel
By Aritri in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 1
Her faults chases her wherever she goes She never tries to look back; but       She can't bear the screams,        Coming at her like arrows,        Passing through her heart;        Making her bleed. They say "loser , trait  Read More...
Published on Apr 15,2020 09:59 AM
Quarantine and family connection
By himanshi in General Literary | Reads: 80 | Likes: 1
When i connected soulfully with my family Family time made me realise that they are best people. They are the persons who knows me the best and can help me always in any situation. In my life i was truly missing out with this time “the family time” ; never gave them time, never sat with  Read More...
Published on Apr 7,2020 02:39 AM
एक मजदूर की कहानी _ लॉकडाउन
By in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
एक मजदूर की कहानी _ लॉकडाउन  ये कहानी जो कविता के माध्यम से कही है मैंने ये उस मज़दूर की जो रोज़ी रोटी और तरक्की की उ  Read More...
Published on Apr 18,2020 06:22 PM
My First Flight
By Tamanna Mohanty in General Literary | Reads: 80 | Likes: 0
The shrill tone of the telephone woke me up from my nap. I sat upright and tried to trace back to reality. "Why are you blaming me? I didn't ruin your son." I scratched my little head. Who is she talking to? I tiptoed to the door of the room where mom was sitting on bed, phone to her ears. I could  Read More...
Published on May 9,2020 02:11 PM