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Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream by Deepak Ranjan
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“Don’t have the power to make someone happy…?’ I
criticized.
‘I have the power, the desire… But No marriage, No girlfriend stuff… When I feel like doing something crazy, I can pay and get a girl in bed… No emotions, no argument, and no expectations, just I want to fuck and fulfil my desire, that’s it…! Darling, there is nothing like ‘LOVE’, everything revolves around the four lettered word – ‘FUCK’, understood…?’ he explained naughtily.”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“The day, before sleeping; I recalled everything… to crosscheck that - whether I was wrong at any point of time! Then I realized – it’s not mandatory that the way you perceive life will be the same in which others envision it.”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“You were the best part of my life; I do not regret making friends with you…
I will wait for you till the end of my life…
This time I won’t force you to come near me, take your
own time.
If you feel you can return me my best friend, just type
me a small – Hi… or GM or GN… I won’t force you to
type the complete words, as I don’t want to waste your time
for me…
I Love You (As a best friend).
Missing you very badly…
Waiting for my Sid…”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“You cannot define good or bad in art. It’s all about the way you look at things around you”, I replied.”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“Love’ should know how to love someone, without any
terms and conditions. Love shouldn’t construct a boundary for your loved ones. Rather it should award freedom and it should facilitate your loved ones to go ahead in their life efficiently. It should encourage your loved ones to walk safely, to smile openly and to make others feel comfortable and happy with you. At the end, all I want is to see him happy…”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“I knew I could not sketch a woman, in all her natural inner beauty. I may have the perfect skill, but putting something in pen and paper, is interesting, unique, nothing less than a challenge.”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“What they failed to understand was that a creative person can never restrict himself/herself within a particular time-frame. I was no longer a school-going boy. The writer in me revolted – I started to voice my likes and dislikes.”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“Your sketch is beyond the imagination, it’s beyond the
vast sea with full of emotion. A wide space is there between the two, a space of freedom, space of flexibility, though they were quite close to each other, but they are not restricted to anything. When you restrict your mind, your relation starts taking a reverse direction’. Once again, the letter reminded me of Neha’s emotion, her attachments for me…”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream
“Can you trust me, once again…? Won’t you feel guilty accepting me with my wrongs…?’ I whispered.
‘No… never…’ she hugged me tight, I rubbed my hand on her hairs , pat on her shoulder and said sorry for making her cry.”
Deepak Ranjan, Nights of the Velvet: A Conditional Dream