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Like a wolf

Like a wolf

- by Moin Uddin

When life gets tough and actions get rough I sit and write like a wolf ...

MILLENNIALS

MILLENNIALS

- by Saroj Wagle

Have you ever heard about Millennials? Let’s understand it this way: A group of people with born years ranging from the early 1980s as starting birth years and the mid-1990s to early 2000s as ending...

Life is not always a fairytale

Life is not always a fairytale

- by Republica

You will not know for sure until and unless you ask. Hence, don’t play out how the situation is going to unfold even before it happens ...

Mending music

Mending music

- by Sonam Lama

He explored with varied approaches to sustain in music before starting up his own venture in 2010. A percussionist at heart, Kamal Subedi can strum the strings of guitar and equally hit right notes of...

Fire and Ice!

Fire and Ice!

- by Sonam Lama

Amidst the accessories of crockeries I rise! I rise above the encircled boundaries Of four walls, ...

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Sunrise

Sunrise

- by Pratik Mainali

The first sound in the morning was the cooing of the cuckoos on the coconut trees. The second was the mooing of the mad buffalo on the mossy field. I woke up with a sudden start, and sat bolt upright in my bed. It was as if I hadn’t slept at all. To my astonishment, the door was flung open and darkness entered and spilled into the floor.

Moldova hosts 10 km race in world's largest wine cellar

Moldova hosts 10 km race in world's largest wine cellar

- by Reuters

Hundreds of runners competed in a 10 km (6 mile) race in the world’s largest wine cellar on Sunday, navigating by the light of headlamps as they hurtled through dark limestone caves that stretch some 200 km underground near the capital of Moldova.

Rare can earn it

Rare can earn it

- by Aastha Ghimire

"Respect" is on the list An auction never heard before High price it has Desperate people with lack of dough Virtue, the cost of respect Precisely, golden means I suppose, Very few can afford to take it home.

My message to Global leaders

My message to Global leaders

- by Aditya Pal

Earth is having a fever. Its temperature is rising and it’s already hot, getting much colder in winter. It’s normal but the time lapse is something happening unexpectedly soon

Officials into corruption

Officials into corruption

- by Sumit Shrestha

Where is true and pure justice? When a victim needs it most Where is our professing government? When they take relief by her first

Addiction

Addiction

- by Faris Shamim

There are several causes of addiction. Generally most of them are bound to environment, genetics and age. These three are the major causes that lead an individual to addiction.

A dreamer’s politics

A dreamer’s politics

- by Sushant Thapa

The dream that you foster Upon the nest of the nation Sails on the exquisite bangs of time But, wayward to the oblivion

Roja!

Roja!

- by Dipendra Thapa

In the core of my beating heart, There lives a person who sings a lot That smart-pulsating heart Acts like it is squeezing blood

Perhaps...

Perhaps...

- by Sonam Lama

Perhaps I preferred canvas to my face, Perhaps the smooth texture Well-blended in the prints of my fingers,

Years from now...

Years from now...

Years from now This is going to be a story A story of your hard work Our sleepless nights, silent conversations