The winning stories on this prompt!
Indian-born writer Rohan Swamy, lives and works in Dublin, Ireland; and began writing in 2002. A former journalist, he has tried to combine the art of story telling with journalistic trends and enjoys writing stories based on current socio-political trends across the world.
Judging this contest was indeed a very huge task. So many children put in so many efforts and poured their hearts out on paper to their mothers. Every child whose letter we published here was a winner amongst the numerous entries we received for this contest.
It is a very tough time not only for us but for our kids too. As they are full of energy, meant to be exploring the outside world but from last one year they are locked inside for their safety.
The winning poems on this prompt!
Kathrin Spinnler always made up stories and wrote them down as a child. But after she graduated from university, she turned to teaching rather than writing.
Vignesh Siva Sankar always believes writing is the only way human civilization has evolved. He hopes that human imagination has no bounds, and there is no greater power than a passionate writer penning down his or her creativity.
We are 5 months and 5 books old and our family of writers keeps growing. To celebrate the occasion, here’s our second poetry contest. High5!
What will happen to humans, if at some point in their lives, they are designed to see their own consciousness at work?
To be free is an emotion desired by all,
Talked about widely yet it stands unfathomed & stalled.
Its essence still wrapped in dark ,
I wonder would it ever get revealed or continue to walk in a lighter spirit.