- By Bercle George
- Published 04/2/2008
In today’s electronic age, letter love writing has become a lost art. Email, text messaging, and cellular phones have replaced the love letter. In addition, the expression of love through writing has slowly declined. How much can you say in a text message anyways? One of the most romantic, creative and inexpensive gifts you can give your partner this Valentine’s Day is a heartfelt love letter, written from the bottom of your heart! You want the love letter to be a reflection of your true and honest feelings. There is something humble, direct and romantic about reading words on paper. The art of writing a love letter should be nurtured and perfected when one wants the romance to grow and flower. There are good chances that your love letter is probably the first love letter that he or she has ever got, which makes the letter even more memorable. Imagine yourself back in the 16th or 17th century. You need to express to your lover how you feel and how you are longing to spend long, intimate moments together. How? Often receiving a love greeting unexpectedly can have the greatest impact. Some Tips For Love Letter Writing: – Use a thesaurus to find unique words for your love letter, such as:
– With your full name, you also send a message to the
recipient that you are a decent person. – Another part of letter love writing is using images and memories from your own relationship in the letter. This makes the letter more personal. Your lover will realize you are writing for him/her. Pick special moment and say: “Remember this? – You don’t want to have any mistakes on romantic love letters as they are often kept forever. – Never feel that you have nothing to write about, as the simplest things can make a great letter. – If a bit of romance is the order of the day, start your letter by using adjectives like darling, dear heart, my love. – It won’t matter to your lover if your letter love writing skills are not up to par; he/she will see the thought. – Let your letters be as if you were there talking to your partner face to face. – Don’t forget to sign your love letter! – Re-read your love letter to make sure it says what you mean. Things To Consider In Writing: – Clear your desk and your mind of distractions. – Collect your thoughts, make some time to think about what you want to say before you start writing. – Surprise Your Partner – Surprise your partner by sharing something very intimate with her, that maybe you didn’t express in the past.
– Overcoming Writer’s Block – For most people, the difficulty in letter-writing is the start and the close.