Faraaz Kazi Quotes

Faraaz Kazi (born November 10, 1987) is an Indian author, primarily writing mainstream romance and best known for his debut novel Truly Madly Deeply, published by the Cedar Books imprint of Pustak Mahal and re-released by Mahaveer Publishers in 2012. Kazi has been called the 'Nicholas Sparks of India'.

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Faraaz Kazi


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


I wonder if I could take back every 'I love you' ever said to you, would I do it?

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I inhale loneliness like it is the sweet smell of virgin earth conquered by fiery rain drops. Within me, I'm a thousand others.

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Love lies in those unsent drafts in your mailbox. Sometimes you wonder whether things would have been different if you'd clicked 'Send'.

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She flooded my thoughts. I drowned in peace.

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I wanted to wash away our past misgivings in those tears that would run from our eyes and weave a new start by folding her in my arms.I wanted to, but I did not!

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But when nothing in your life happens in a positive frame, it is difficult to think positively and hope for the best.

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Today many of these selfish politicians are preying on the nation itself - (belching corruption and farting discontent!)

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No matter how bad your heart is broken, the world doesn't stop for your grief.

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I wish there was a word more than 'love' itself to convey what I feel for you.

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It was going to be a long, dark night but not quite as dark as it was in the abyss of his heart where there was nothing but hollowness, yet it felt heavy, almost as if someone still resided there.

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I eyed her like a thirsty traveler in the desert looks at a pail of water.

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A lie that could help someone focus on his life was better than a hundred simple truths.

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He took the last seat, as usual, a subtle reminder of what he was and what he had become.

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Her fragrance blew him off and his body followed steps he had never learnt in his life.

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