Love Letter Writing Guide - How to Write Romantic Love Letters
What can be more romantic than sending a handwritten love letter to your loved one, full of romantic words and genuine feelings you have for him/her?
Love letters are one of the best ways to show your special loved ones how you feel for them and how much you love them.
A heartfelt love letter also makes the perfect gift for Valentine's Day, but you don't have to just limit yourself to that specific day. Every day is a great opportunity to make your loved one happy by sharing your deepest feelings with him/her.
The great thing about love letters is that you don't have to be a poet or a skilled "writer" to be able to write them. Everyone - and I really mean "everyone" - can do it.
Because they are just about putting your romantic feelings into words genuinely - even in very simple words. This openness is what makes love letters special.
To write a more romantic and heart warming letter, here are some questions that will give you good ideas to write about:
Idea #1: What was the first time you felt you were in love with him/her? Did anything special happen that made you realize your love?
You can describe in clear details how it happened and how you felt and it will mean the world to your loved one. I promise. :-)
Idea #2: What is the #1 thing he/she has that makes you feel so much in love with him/her whenever you think about it? It could be about looks or about personality.
For example you may say "the way her face shines when she smiles", or "the way his eyes always bring peace and love to me when I look into them."
Idea #3: What positive changes have you made since he/she has entered your life? What valuable lessons have you learned from him/her?
For example it could be that before you met him/her, you were pretty shy and didn't fully believe in yourself and your unique abilities, but he/she helped you love yourself more and be proud of who you are.
When your loved one reads this, she will practically feel on clouds because he/she sees what a big difference he/she had made in your life.
Idea #4: It's also a good idea to include a heartfelt romantic love poem at the end or the beginning of your letter. Sometimes nothing can show how we feel better and deeper than a good poem.
Idea #5: And as the last tip: Don't forget to say "I Love You" at the end of your letter. This simple yet effective sentence will really seal the deal in your loved one's mind.
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