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Once my professor said: “we all are psychos. We all have mental problems somewhere inside our tiny little brains and it reflect when the thing we love the most is snatched away or is harmed in front of us.”
So, according to her (and as I believe) we all have a little lunatic side in us, which is the result of our insecurities. Some have this feeling for a guy/gal. Some have it for their accessories, some for clothes, some food and so on.
I too have psychological problem. I confess I am insecure when it comes to the one I love.
Yes, I love someone. The one without whom I can’t imagine my life. The one that brings back the smile on my face, when I am sad. The only one who has the power to take me into another world, where there is no space for tears.
No, I am not talking about a guy. I am talking about “A man’s best friend” and my Love: My Books! My Novels!
Yes, I am mad for those little combinations of parchments. The perfect smell of the black inked words from the old novels that I have read, allure me.
The newly bought novels that cry out loudly “Read me!” “Read me!”
I am overprotective towards my novels and I bet that is much better than being possessive for your guy or gal. I make sure my little love doesn’t get hurt while I am reading them. I become a madman if anyone tries to hurt it. (You will surely call me absurd for that.)
I could still remember the day when I bought my first novel from Connaught place “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince”. The innocent me who really thought a Hogwarts existed and one day Hagrid will come to escort me to my new magic world. All those fantasies were really kiddish. J.K Rowling is responsible for making me a “Novel addicted” person. (But surely, my heartiest gratitude to her!)
The complete shelf where my novels lay,reminisce the good times I spent reading them. They assert that I am not alone. A quick glance can make me forget the rest.
Once in a movie, a dialogue was correctly cited “Books! They love you back. They have no complaints! No demands!”
You tell, Isn’t it more prudent to buy a novel and to escape in a world free from astrictions?