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The filthy alleys

The filthy alleys

- by Sauravi Regmi

The evening's frost melts. The smell of steak whiffs up. It's 6 p.m. The windy days' chilliness, And now there's a thunderstorm, Newspapers flying from abandoned lots, Feet are surrounded by tender leaves. ...

Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood

- by Suravi Regmi

I have written my history somewhat differently I did wrote it to give nursery teachers A topic of talk on ...

Wait for a while

Wait for a while

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

If life is a waiting game Then wait and watch The crescendo of shattered heart Just wait for a while my dear. ...

Get up and do your work

Get up and do your work

- by Moin Uddin

Get up and do your work Life is not a joke You need to show up every single moments To shine and to create impact in all those segments ...

Lanes of shadows

Lanes of shadows

- by Sauravi Regmi

Passing through lanes of shadows There, my dreams wipe my mind As I set expectations for accomplishments, I see the city fighting and see the reflections of fulfillment, In the paradox of achievements. ...

The Latest Articles

How are we getting rice on our Table?

How are we getting rice on our Table?

- by Suman Bagale

“Have you eaten rice?”, the first thing someone would ask if you meet them during late morning and evening hours. Rice is one and only major diet, which we have been enjoying on our table since our birth. Are we aware of how we are getting this stuff on our table? On average, a Nepali consumes 120 Kg of rice per year, which supplies 40% of calorific requirements and 23% of protein requirements in the Nepalese diet.

My Envisage World

My Envisage World

- by Roshani Bastola

The world of cloudless, Where roses are without prickles, The moon that twinkles, Like a honeybadger, i.e the fearless creature. The world of fairness,

Tiring suburb

Tiring suburb

- by Sauravi Regmi

On a drowsy and frenetic evening My brain gets stuck by wordings Maybe someday I feel it chases words like a chess player, Crazily yearning for a queen piece.

Worldly happiness

Worldly happiness

- by Sauravi Regmi

I see you and imagine you being caressed within my arms Oh, baby, you lent your hands to me with a pure feeling and you deserve to be loved.

She’s not broken

She’s not broken

- by Sabina Thapa

Walking on the way, With new hopes and aspirations , Cheering  the life though it might be   Bliss or fluctuations.

Silence races to reach my universe

Silence races to reach my universe

- by Susmita Aryal

When the world is too absorbed into enchanted canvas and Everybody jostling, high spirited running for the global rat -race Engrossed much into the 'chatters' and the 'blabbers' to what they say,' keeps me going'.

The increasing needs for environmental conservation

The increasing needs for environmental conservation

- by Pratik Bhattarai

Environment refers to the complex of physical, chemical and biological factors that act upon an organism or an ecological community; and ultimately determines its form and survival. In other words, the environment is where we all meet, where we all have a mutual interest; it is the common thing all of us share.

Infinity

Infinity

- by Sayana Rai

Thank god for my limitations For it gave me 'Infinity'  Thank god for only a single lifetime  For it gave me 'Eternity'

Inside a book, I found a friend

Inside a book, I found a friend

- by Nirdesh Subedi

It was one monsoon evening; I picked up a book and opened it. Inside, I found an unknown friend waiting. Our friendship was a little weird. I would just sit and listen to her and she would share her fables.

Kiss me in the rain

Kiss me in the rain

- by Sauravi Regmi

Kiss me in the rain with your wet lips. Make a mark on my body with your bite. Take me to the sun and sit beside me until the wound dry.

A-synchronization

A-synchronization

- by Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Attune has gone away a-synchronized Weird living to everyone with wings of Disarray slithering slowly like the serpent That has ended the cadence of life, alarm!

A letter to my childhood friend

A letter to my childhood friend

- by Isha Mishra

Remember the last time we had a meaningful conversation? I don’t. It’s been a long time since you listened to me. I have always been at the listening end and you at the speaking end. Now it’s high time that you listen and I speak

Breathing each other's stories

Breathing each other's stories

- by Moin Uddin

The room is dark And he is waiting for the light to come From nowhere thoughts of life illuminates And he is surrounded with hopes and fear.

Goddess Saraswati

Goddess Saraswati

- by Sauravi Regmi

A soft tune cuts the cold silence,  creating new music, a new tone. As strings vibrate her mind enlightens. She plays the song, a sound charisma.

My dream

My dream

- by Gyanu Dahal

You are being so important to me at this moment of my life, I am somehow fully oriented towards you keeping everything aside. I dream of embracing you, holding you and kissing, With great compassion and devotion.