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How to Write a Love Letter

How many of you out there have ever written a genuine, quill-and-parchment, mailed-with-a-stamp and sealed-with-a-kiss love letter? That’s what I thought. Ever since the advent of the internet, honest-to-goodness love letters—which once were spun out to novelistic lengths by nineteenth-century masters of the form—have become as rare on the ground as spotted leopards. Maybe your heart is beating wildly or maybe it is broken. Either way, you wish you could say what you feel, but every time you try, you come up short. Welcome to the complicated world of love! Take comfort in knowing that poets and statesmen have struggled with the same question.

  • "How do I write the perfect love letter?" Here are some simple guidelines that can help.
  • Use beautiful stationery. This is personal--you are not writing a business letter! Use classy pen and paper. Somehow, a love letter written with a blue Bic on office stationery bearing the motto “You want it done WHEN?” doesn’t exactly invoke violins and roses. At the very least, roust up some heavy-stock, elegant-looking paper, and if you must use an ordinary pen, choose one with a classy color of ink.
  • Go to a secluded place and put on soft, romantic music. A quiet room would be nice. Dim the lights. Stimulate a romantic mood.
  • Date your Love Letter. You can bet that it will be read over and over and safeguarded in a special place.
  • Choose an endearing salutation. Don't be formal. Use you love's first name.
  • Start your Love Letter by telling your beloved your reasons for writing. If you are timid in your Love Letter, your attempt at conveying heartfelt words will fall flat and might be misunderstood.
  • The body of the Love Letter should include reasons for why you fell in love. Be real. Your Love Letter should be a carefully crafted work of art, but it also needs to sound sincere. You want your Love Letter to make your beloved fall in love, not fall into laughter. Be confident as you express your emotions, dreams, and vulnerability. Pour out your heart. A love letter isn’t like a high-school essay, with an introduction, expository text, and recapitulation. What you’re aiming for here is an inexhaustible, stream-of-consciousness recitation of the virtues of your beloved, contrasted with your own inimitable shortcomings. As a general rule: the higher the virtue-to-shortcoming ratio, the classier the letter.
  • End your Love Letter with carefully worded prose. Consider something more pungent, such as “if only ‘twere written in blood, your abased servant, on whose unworthy head I bid thee bestow thine blessing,” etc. etc.
  • Don't just end with: "Love, Eric." Even if you said, "All my love," it would be better. Be prepared to have it quoted to you in years to come.
  • Include a special extra: petals from a flower, sprinkles of stars, a teabag of your favorite tea. Putting some thought here is very romantic. Consider hiring a master of fruity scripts to inscribe your beloved’s name and address. The handwriting should be fancy enough to make the mailman squint, but not so fancy that your beloved thinks she's received an invitation to a Bar Mitzvah.
  • Gently fold the Love Letter and place it in a neatly addressed envelope—hopefully, one that matches your stationery.
  • Be expressive.

A love letter is a romantic way to express feelings of love in written form. Sometimes sent in the mail, or by electronic mail, the letter may be anything from a short and simple message of love to a lengthy explanation of feelings. But, writing a love letter taking care by adapting above guidelines, it speaks your heart besides those words.

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