Memoirs of Dreamers



Horse of Arjuna

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November 28th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Inspirational , Moral , Philosophical  |  Author: Mintu Ghoshal  |  179 views

He asked the Charioteer Vasudeva to stop the chariot at one corner of the battlefield of Kurukshetra where he found a stream of water and a piece of land covered with long green grass. He freed the horses from the chariot and took them near the stream. While the animals remained engaged in drinking water from the stream he walked near the grass land, took out the sword from the scabbard and started collecting the softest possible grass for his horses. He carried those on his shoulder and kept near …

 

Emotion on the Mainframe

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November 20th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Fiction  |  Author: Jason Gainnie  |  271 views

…..zoom in on the plasma kids jolting thru glitch/Central like neon lazers in evasion of DC Khan and his band of degen cyber-junkies. The frontman is Kirlani, electric eyes routing the coronal discharges of his vision to his custom enhanced data-pod, further enhanced by his memory of the intricate architecture of this sector, uploaded with the complementary aerial layouts. It is by this sight and signal that he has procured quite an extensive knowledge of the legendary glitch of Gravity City, knowing that the next corridor will lead them straight …

 

Tricycle Trial

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November 19th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Fiction  |  Author: Simon Bever  |  217 views

“Shhh…we’re going to see Nan.” Ever so quietly, little Sam reached up to the front door on his tip toes and undid the latch. There was a loud click as the door sprung open. He turned, put his finger to his lips and looked straight at me. “Shhh…!” For some reason he’d decided that it was my fault that the latch made a noise – but my little Sam was so cute that I didn’t mind. With the door wide open he took one more furtive look up the stairs …

 

When Hillary Met Donald

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November 18th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Satire  |  Author: Kambro  |  150 views

Sometimes I think back to that inglorious moment when he introduced himself. He was the presumptive Republican candidate, but he kept making idle threats to run as an Independent. He was nothing more than a reluctant Republican to me. I don’t know why he was trying to talk to me. Maybe he thought I could be persuaded somehow to quit, but let’s be real here-I mean, he didn’t really didn’t stand a snow ball’s chance in hell in trying to persuade me, but he was persistent. The guy never gave up. I …

 

The Last Storyteller

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November 18th 2016  |  1  |  Category: Fiction  |  Author: Khan  |  110 views

Every evening, I return from my office like a tedious idler. The street where I live hails me by a haze of smoke, heat, and noise. The scent of turmeric, wafting from open windows, curls around my nostrils and delicately flows inside my nose and dances downward to bring tingling to my lungs. Mothers call for their children as the light fades and dusk threatens to give way to darkness. A big black cat meandering through the mess with her five kittens rekindles my sense of direction. I stroll down …

 

Piran and Annabela’s Vandalised World

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November 17th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Fiction  |  Author: Biswarup  |  143 views

Piran a young Kurdish chap of 22 the only son of Afrin Nazir and Nora Nazir in search of a better earning came and settled in Cizre a Kurdish south eastern region of Turkey in 1986 a time when enmity between Turk government and kurdistan worker’s party PKK was at peak. In the beginning he took up a job in a fruit store owned by a trader Ardil Hussain of his community who was staying with his wife only as their only son who was a die hard worker of …

 

Brother and Sister

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November 9th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Romantic Love , True Stories  |  Author: admin  |  180 views

by Dalip Singh Wasan (Advocate) Pawan remained my class fellow for about four years. He was the only boy towards whom I had been attracted. We were often found together in canteen, in library and even in the bus in which we used to travel to school and then college. I never took him as my boy friend and he too never took me as his girl friend. I knew that ultimately, I shall not be in a position to have marriage with this boy because of religion, caste, economic …

 

Farewell 31

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November 9th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Romantic Love  |  Author:  |  912 views

There is a word “Autofiction.”; it is one of the genres of literature and appeared newly in 20th century. Serge Doubrovsk, who was a French writer, created this term to explain his own writing style. The term “Autofiction” is a portmanteau word made by combining `auto,’ which means self and `fiction,’ which means stories people create by their imagination. But, these two words are mutually exclusive. In other words, a writer has to write by using 2 utterly different means simultaneously; he/she has to write as if writing an autobiography, …