Critical Analysis of ‘Piano’ by D. H. Lawrence

David Herbert Lawrence was born in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire. His father was a coal miner, and Lawrence’s early novel, Sons and Lovers, gives a vivid description of what country life was then like in a mining community. He graduated from the Nottinghamshire university college and qualified as a teacher. His collected works represent an extended reflection … Continue reading Critical Analysis of ‘Piano’ by D. H. Lawrence

Transfixed By Tranquillity

By Arya Dixit My morning jog had me breathless; There was a stitch in my side, My shirt soaked through. And so My eyes and lungs rejoiced as I happened upon a lake. It was turquoise, green with a hint of grey (Reflecting the sky; it was a gloomy day) And yet, the lake was … Continue reading Transfixed By Tranquillity

‘Likes to Cash’ contest entry- Ramya Hebbar (Changing Phases)

Eons have passed and eons will pass, Poverty till exists at the level of grass. Discrimination exists amongst various classes, There are fights for the area of masses. Human kind have distracted and lost their path, Disasters and loss of life are their aftermath. There takes place slaughtering of innocent animals, Toxic chemicals released from … Continue reading ‘Likes to Cash’ contest entry- Ramya Hebbar (Changing Phases)

The Queer Girl

There was a girl in our class that everyone called a freak. I called her queer and my friends frowned at me for that. Some days the queer girl looked like she’d just returned from a costume party, dressed in a tutu and sneakers or wearing an animal ears hat and vintage shades. Other times … Continue reading The Queer Girl

‘Likes to Cash’ contest entry- Reshma Velappan (Fate)

'I'm a solitary dew drop and I wish to remain the same. I don't want to leave this garden. I have to reflect the first rays of sunlight and then become part of this land... That is my dream...', these were the thoughts of the dew drop. But its fate was different. The sunrays reflected … Continue reading ‘Likes to Cash’ contest entry- Reshma Velappan (Fate)

Mistake- “Growing up”

Even growing up as a sincere student, I skipped somewhere the chapter "How to live your life". So being at a point where I have nothing to loose, I can wonder more where the things went wrong. Was it when the whole society convinced me to accept the reality a/c to them instead of imagining … Continue reading Mistake- “Growing up”

‘Likes to Cash’ contest entry- Lingam Aishwarya (My Right Steps)

My Right steps to find the one on my left. "Wake me up ,when you are in this real world. Wake me up,when my tears touch your feet. Wake me up,when my love melts your harsh heart. Wake me up,when my dreams with you are going to be real. Wake me up, when im going … Continue reading ‘Likes to Cash’ contest entry- Lingam Aishwarya (My Right Steps)

And as the sun sets

And as the sun sets, Tucking itself comfortably beneath The endless sea, Spreading it's crimson hue Across land like a thick blanket, Warming cold hearts And rekindling broken ones, The moon stood on its toes, Eager to shed it's silver light On a dark sea of people Clamouring and chattering. Ah! What a delightful sight. … Continue reading And as the sun sets

The Depression Cypher

By ANZAL KHAN Let me tell you a story about a man with a voice, So melodious and magical, yet deprived of a choice. He descended as an infant born, not knowing any hatred, grudges or vengeful scorn. He began well, the toddler always laughing and happy, not a moment too soon, he’s bawling and … Continue reading The Depression Cypher

Writing Prompt- Day 13

Endings, endings, endings! The most important part of a short story. That last line that leaves the reader gasping in awe. The one last line that clears everything up. The line that wraps your entire work, making it a complete package. This writing prompt is all about the last line... or rather, the last word. … Continue reading Writing Prompt- Day 13