30+ quotes from Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Kazi

Quotes from Truly, Madly, Deeply

Faraaz Kazi ·  303 pages

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“Love?' he asked himself, giving no sense of recognition for that word in the dictionary of his mind. It was the only battle he had lost in life, the only thing that had been snatched away from him, before he could even claim it.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Love never comes with a brochure of rules and regulations, a prospectus with guides of what is acceptable and what is abominable. It’s a standard to follow your heart, and that’s what I did and if doing that hurt you, then I’m sorry… sorry for coming in your life and wasting your time, for causing you an anguish so great that you could not bear the sight of me. Today, I am proud to stand up and honour myself and proclaim to the world… yes, I loved someone more than myself. I loved someone truly, madly, deeply!”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“That night it did not rain as much in the sky as it did in his heart.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“The pain would not leave him. It came to him like the tide that hits the sea.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Walking alone is not difficult but when we have walked a mile worth a thousand years with someone then coming back alone is what is difficult.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Perhaps that is the real surprise of love; it exists, but one may not attribute causes and effects to it. The existence may appear to be a mere fallacy to the minds of some, and by the time they realise what hit them, they would already be down and dead.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“There is not much left to see in this world if one sees her once.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“I didn't know that there was a thin line between ignorance and arrogance.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Silence has its own language and in that silence he found words within himself; words for her, words for him and words for them.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“If a man cries in front of you, it doesn't mean he's weak. It means that he trusts you enough to let his guard down.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“It was like watching a movie being played on the blank screen of his mind; the only difference was that he did not get bored, no matter how many times he watched it.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“If not towards his case to give him glimpses of what could be a happy future, it stayed back at least to warrant her happiness, stayed back with the pain that strangely didn’t hurt anymore.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“I inhale loneliness like it is the sweet smell of virgin earth conquered by fiery rain drops. Within me, I'm a thousand others.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Her receding laughter sounded so comforting, so alluring to my senses that I could hardly control myself from reaching out to her and telling her what I felt there and then!”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“It was as if he had known her for a long, long time and before he knew her, he knew nothing because he felt he had not existed then, life had been absent in his breaths.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Her features were dainty, her small slender wrists climbed up to become the delicate shoulders that beckoned him. Her skin was like peach-tinted cream and he need not have touched her to experience the melting softness of her body. Her perfectly oval face was austere and her manner a little haughty. Her expressions had delicacy as well as a particular strength that did not abate her femininity. It seemed that the world had stopped. Her voice sounded like a melody and she looked like a dream, an illusion, up close and personal.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“He decided that for an ounce of that laughter, he could sacrifice an entire lifetime of happiness.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“I eyed her like a thirsty traveler in the desert looks at a pail of water.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Fate, they say, fate- the clay that molds the events of your life, and it was the same fate that had thrown the stone of her heart on the building of his expectations. But then wasn't it his fault that he had constructed the building of glass? Hadn't he failed to cement the bricks of his love with trust and colour them with security? There was no insurance for broken hearts, no ointment for wounded souls and there would never be one, he knew.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“An obstreperous urge seized him. he desperately wanted to hold on to her, to support his slipping heart, and when it slipped away, he realized she had gone away, incarcerating herself in his thought with her smile and unblemished innocence.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“He stopped his act to take a snapshot of that instant he would so treasure- her delightful laughter that could make him do anything, anything at all, in the world and beyond!”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“The flush on her pale cheeks was like the blush of sunset on snow.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“There was only one four-lettered word having precedence over life itself and it was LOVE.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“One half of me is a hopeless romantic. The other half is well... just realistic.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Her fragrance blew him off and his body followed steps he had never learnt in his life.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“He noticed that she threw away the crumbled bus ticket on the street as soon as she got down. He picked it up and put it in his pocket along with his own a memorabilia of their first date together, just like a strand of her hair he would find later on his shirt and the broken pen cap that she would go on to search in the laboratory and so many other such small things which he would collect.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“He got up slowly, not bothering to curse himself for forgetting the stop where he had to disembark. He was not used to leaving things behind; he wondered how the bus stop escaped.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“Her melodious laughter sounded like the distant tinkling of soft bells and he stored the sound in her temple- his heart.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“He took the last seat, as usual, a subtle reminder of what he was and what he had become.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


“A minute teaches me sixty different ways to think about you.”
― Faraaz Kazi, quote from Truly, Madly, Deeply


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Faraaz Kazi
Born place: in Mumbai, India
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