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  • POEM: A PLEA    By: Jacintha Morris

    The biggest problem faced by the writers is their liberty to write what they feel like. The situation is very crucial when it relates to a female writer. In such a country like India, the Lakshmana Rekha drawn for a women , with emotional black mailing and family set up either makes her a writer in maze , or as someone who writes with most of the relevant factors concealed. This is pitiable >> Category: Writing
  • POEM: ABUSE    By: Jacintha Morris

    The Social Media supposed to work for the unity integrity and peace of the nation, country and the world often thrives to be dangerous, disgusting and destructive. writers have lost their sense while working for social media especially those with the online writing. by the impulsive hasty fill up of columns, journalist fail to trace the real artist and oten murder them. The poem abuse is a wail >> Category: Writing
  • On Surviving the Momentum of Change    By: kamaraju pulugurtha

    Changes of very great significance take place all around, socially and economically. For the older generation, it may mean a threat to the beliefs they hold fundamentally. With the upcoming generation, they may have to reconcile and avoid confrontation of values. >> Category: Writing
  • My Campus, My Life    By: kamaraju pulugurtha

    Changes do occur in my continuing career in the Campus and they never take a pause. I have acquired several forms and have been subject to the ravages of Time. But, the Campus remains the same, a mute spectator of my changes. >> Category: Writing
  • Positive Personal Attributes for Successful Person    By: Bindu Bharathi

    All of us think that we have to become the successful person. Do you think that is it possible? Yes it is possible. Attributes means the factors which may cause variations or differences from others. Through this literature I would like to share some of the personal attributes which is most important to become the successful person. You have to identify your personal attributes. So you have to modify some of your attributes like self esteem, mission, self discipline, time planning and action, human relation, self management, mental rehearsal, flexibility etc which helps to become a successful man. >> Category: Writing
  • Beyond the Utmost Bound    By: Sreekumar K

    Learning is like falling in love. It is beautiful. After all what is the difference? >> Category: Writing
  • Poem: Colours    By: Jacintha Morris

    Colours are something we see everywhere in everything. But if we thick deep, we can understand that colours are man made and the usage is also charted out by him. In this poem the usage of a same colour for different purpose is mentioned at the same time the harm in differentiation is also high lighted. >> Category: Writing
  • Victims of Alcoholism    By: Bindu Bharathi

    This is the real story of my brother. I would like to share this real life experiences to all because this type of incidence never ever happen in any body's life. >> Category: Writing
  • Poem: THE NIGHT QUEEN    By: Jacintha Morris

    There is a pretty huge white coloured flower which wafts exotic fragrance and blooms only at night and fades off at day time. Hence many have not seen or enjoyed this rare vision. They call it by many names and Night Queen is one. There is a superstition too it brings luck to one who views its bloom >> Category: Writing
  • She Wished She Had An Affair    By: Navneet Kaur

    This is about the feelings of a girl who moves from her home to a very new atmosphere of a hostel in a big city and finds herself among the young girls their. They have a different life from her because they are in relationships. With them often she feels more lonely than ever. >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: What Happened to Saraswathy    By: Jacintha Morris

    sometimes weird happenings lie inscribed in our minds. such an incident rose up after 35 years creating this short story >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: Tiny Fists Breaks Wall    By: Jacintha Morris

    How deep is a mother's love is for her child. The Chemistry which binds it is narrated in a very simple way through this short story >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story : SILENT ONES TO SILENCE    By: Jacintha Morris

    Being alone is looked down as loneliness. But what if being alone is considered as bliss and the bliss is disrupted with the visit of the dear ones >> Category: Writing
  • The Funeral    By: Sreekumar K

    This is a poem about the new world of disloyalty >> Category: Writing
  • The Orange Dots    By: Carol Coleman

    A baseball player has a strange and funny hallucination after being hit by a ball. >> Category: Writing
  • Last Words of a Dead Language | POEM    By: Sreekumar K

    The Bo language, Aka-Bo (also known as Ba), is an extinct Great Andamanese language. It was spoken on the west central coast of North Andaman and on North Reef Island of the Andaman Islands in India. The Aka- at the beginning of the language name is a common Great Andamanese prefix for words related to the tongue, which includes language. Boa Sr., the last person who remembered any Bo, died on 26 January 2010, at the age of approximately 85. >> Category: Writing
  • Intolerance: Story For a Movie    By: Sreekumar K

    This is based on a real life incident in which a wife who thought she was being cheated prayed for the death of her husband's friend who was sick. We hate people even when we don't know people. >> Category: Writing
  • POEM: Tales, Sea told Shore    By: Jacintha Morris

    Though the sea is rough, wide and fierce once it reaches the shore its sends silvery ripples as waves so gentle as though it has fallen in love with the shore. waves comes again and again to caress the shore and shares wonderful tales of the sea >> Category: Writing
  • POEM: The Gesture    By: Jacintha Morris

    A small gesture from an husband towards his wife within the church spoke a hundred things. The gesture happened in a Spiral shaped church in a village. >> Category: Writing
  • POEM : By-Gone Families    By: Jacintha Morris

    Forty five years back most of the families had lot of children and lived with poor income earned by the family head, but still none of them complained or committed suicide. All lived together with little entertainment and fun not sought by spending money. Due respect was given to the parents and the children never fought for possession or wealth as there wasn't any. How did all the qualities go? >> Category: Writing
  • POEM: Arrival    By: Jacintha Morris

    When the flight that was supposed to land with the dear ones got delayed, I got an opportunity to watch those gathered to receive their near ones and also the passengers stepping out of the plane already landed. The expressions of the passengers and the crowed made this creative move >> Category: Writing
  • Roboroach and the Dirty Kitchen    By: Carol Coleman

    A cute fun short story about a brother, sister, a mess in the kitchen and Roboroach. >> Category: Writing
  • AUDREY'S HAIR : Short Story    By: Jacintha Morris

    A true story about Audrey and her lovely hair. Tania wished she had a dozen hands to carry all those shopping bags. As she entered her home, her husband tilted his head towards her and eyed her for a moment to make sure she was still plain looking as he always thought she did. >> Category: Writing
  • In Search of ... (Poem)    By: Jacintha Morris

    Every Human being spends his life span in earth in search of something. and that search may be fruitful or in vain. yet the search continuous on and on as long life exists in the universe. >> Category: Writing
  • Mother of Many - Poem    By: Jacintha Morris

    If a Mother is able to love only her own children then she is not a true Mother. A Woman as a Mother should love all children and care for them. A true powerful and compassionate woman is a Mother of Many children >> Category: Writing
  • My Dream and Fido    By: Carol Coleman

    A silly, crazy dream during the night startled me until I realized that Fido was there with me. >> Category: Writing
  • POEM: I Am Special    By: Jacintha Morris

    There are so many aspects in each and every person when observed makes us feel that we are someone special. The creator has embedded in every living being essence of contentment provided we discover that and relish in it. we can derive more happiness by sharing that essence with others. >> Category: Writing
  • Silent Sighs    By: Jacintha Morris

    Through this poem the emotions embedded within the hearts of mothers especially those employed and had to struggle alone without the help of their spouse to bring up their little ones is expressed. often the busy or fatigue mother cannot enjoy or join the little ones in little bliss as the situation dont allow them. But realisation strikes them and it is too late as the toddlers are too grown up >> Category: Writing
  • Gratitude Towards the God    By: Ashutosh Mishra

    The entire living scenario cannot even be imagined without the constructive thought of God towards the goodwill of human beings. An in depth thought of gratitude must be there inside all of us towards him and correspondingly we must behave as a human as we all are the humans created by the almighty. >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: THE PRECIOUS PLUM TREE    By: Jacintha Morris

    A simple, yet touchy short story dedicated especially to nature lovers, given in two parts. There was a special tree in Meena's garden, a precious Plum Tree. >> Category: Writing
  • The Importance of Writing    By: anini nyenga

    What is writing? why and how does it help? why is writing essential to everyone? Writing is a way to help ourselves express in words the many emotions of our everyday life. There is a value of writing and the value of writing is to enhance our communication skills, articulation and our expression of different feelings. >> Category: Writing
  • Abunai - A Novel    By: S Kjaerbaek

    Part of the novel,Abunai - I have scheduled a date with Abunai for tonight. I doubt she will enjoy the music and chaotic, crazy atmosphere .. ( continue reading) >> Category: Writing
  • The Kindle Vs the Book: It Truly is a Superficial Argument    By: Jade Azim

    Does the medium matter if the story itself is so grand that paper and pixels are only a vehicle for a revolutionary plot? >> Category: Writing
  • Poem: Incomplete Nest    By: Jacintha Morris

    Life of a widow is miserable. Especially if she hailing from an Hindu family in India. Most of them are let to live isolated from all fun and grandeur attiring simple clothes and sometimes stay back from certain rituals of a family celebration. This poem highlights the pathetic condition of such a widow. >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: The Recurring Storm    By: Jacintha Morris

    Often we forget the fact that whatever we do in our life not caring for others feelings comes back to us like a boomerang. Too late to realise. >> Category: Writing
  • Books Are Our Best Friends    By: Liyakat Shah

    There are some books of great authors whose master piece is so emotional that appeals to our heart to bring in tears in the eyes of readers on basis of its plot, moves, settings and tragedy. It's well placed and balanced characters are so nicely placed, so well that appeal to our mind in terms of meanings and heart touching >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: Late-Struck Repentance    By: Jacintha Morris

    Sometimes certain facts can be expressed only through fantasies. In this story the repentance by a soul highlights the reality, if things were done more perfectly such mishaps could have been under control. As the span of life line never crossed the mind of the hero of this story things went offhand. >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: The Great Nothingness    By: Jacintha Morris

    Its the love towards nature. Admiration for the mountains, silent seals, pet dog and so on helped in creating this story >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: THE FLOWER THAT DIDN'T BLOOM    By: Jacintha Morris

    This story is specially meant for students. It was written for a contest 10 years back where the topic was given 'Unhealthy competition leads to calamity' The story was supposed to be framed within an hour. Since I was able to bag first prize I intend to share this with others through Saching.com >> Category: Writing
  • From Journals -- Michelle | Life and the past    By: Stephanie Kjaerbaek

    Excerpt from Journals - Canada is at risk of becoming an mysoginistic country, with high rates of domestic violence, infidelity, sexual harassment, criminal harassment, anti-abortion protesters, and men offended by women who want to work outside the home. >> Category: Writing
  • Austin and the Swede    By: Stephanie Kjaerbaek

    A short story about a Swede and a preacherman, and their little conversation. >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story: Pet to Ponder    By: Jacintha Morris

    This real story was written 17 years back. Many loves pets and own one. There is no absurdity in it. But making an eight legged insect a pet is really to be given a second thought. yes! something to ponder >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story 'Winged Muteness'    By: Jacintha Morris

    Its a real story though the hero mentioned in it is not alive anymore. Sometimes things left unexplained or silence retained speaks much on its own. This is of that kind. >> Category: Writing
  • Short Story 'LOVE WITHIN THE RAGS'    By: Jacintha Morris

    Another true story. Often very minute or matters of less importance are just ignored, here the expressions of concern bashed with love made by the beggar woman is noticed and thus the story generated. >> Category: Writing
  • Those Days and These Days! (Childhood Memories)    By: dgh brh

    Some walk in the memory lane! Those were the days when we were kids and running around the roads aimlessly. We used to be busy with our friends, family and other activities. It's almost a fairy tale since the time we can count our memories. The childhood days are always better compared to the grown-up or matured times. Childhood days are the time when we live in almost a world of dream. >> Category: Writing
  • Why You Should Hire a Professional Wikipedia Writer    By: Mike Woo

    Creating a Wikipedia page for yourself or your company can be a difficult task if you are not familiar with Wikipedia guidelines. That is why it can be a good idea to hire a professional Wikipedia writer to create your page. >> Category: Writing
  • Common Mistakes of a Bulk Article Writing Service    By: Mike Woo

    There are many mistakes that a bulk article writing service can make when completing your project. Knowing them can help save you money and ensure that you are getting the highest quality articles for your money. >> Category: Writing
  • DEATH - a Junction to a New LIFE    By: dgh brh

    Death is attempted to be viewed from a different point in this article. It is an effort to celebrate death......like life !!!!!! >> Category: Writing
  • Sweetness of a House    By: Jacintha Morris

    Man can earn money. A Husband can be a millionaire, he can own huge mansions or castles. But will it be welcoming for him. Will the latest electronic gadgets, comforting but lifeless materials bring lasting pleasure. Can a dissatisfied wife make a home sweet?. can the Pillars and posts, concrete chips and tiles give life to a house. The turns into a sweet home only when a satisfied wife lives. >> Category: Writing
  • POEM : AGEING GRACEFULLY    By: Jacintha Morris

    We have always heard that we should not ask the age of persons directly especially of artists. The statement strengthens when it comes to female. To be precise none likes to get old and hear others say so. The marketing of cosmetics has zoomed up for retention of youth code by the old. Hence here is a different poem where getting old or the process of ageing is accepted gracefully. >> Category: Writing


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