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Happy Valentine Poetic Love Letter

By John Rafter

"You are always new. The last of your kisses was ever the sweetest; the last smile the brightest; the last movement the gracefullest. When you pass’d my window home yesterday, I was fill’d with as much admiration as if I had then seen you for the first time," wrote John Keats to Fanny Browne.

"You uttered a half complaint once that I only lov’d your beauty. Have I nothing else then to love in you but that? Do not I see a heart naturally furnish’d with wings imprison itself with me?" Nothing says "Happy Valentine" like a poetic love letter brimming with romantic Valentines sentiments.

To get started on your heartfelt Valentine love letter, first contemplate this quote by Jean-Jacques Rousseau: "To write a good love letter, you ought to begin without knowing what you mean to say and to finish without knowing what you have written."

A Room To Get Your Creative Juices Flowing

To begin, it’s important that you find a place where you can get the creative juices flowing; a favorite room near a window, outside in a beautiful park (if you’re blessed with warm weather), in an art gallery or at a cozy cafe. Many people will light a candle with jasmine or rose scents to relax and free-flow their thoughts.

Classical music has been known to set the heart aflame as well. If you’re feeling particularly stumped, then you can go to for inspiration, where you can read romantic Valentines and love letters penned by the classics, such as Napoleon, Jack London, Edgar Alan Poe, James Joyce, Beethoven and Voltaire, to name a few.

Once You Start Writing, It Will Be Hard To Stop

If your brain feels numb, not knowing where to start, then just jump in and start jotting things down or sip a glass of red wine to get rid of the inhibition, or that nagging voice that says "it’s not good enough." Your first draft doesn’t have to be an utter masterpiece. Once you get going, it will be hard to stop the overflow of emotions trickling onto the page.

The caliber of love letter will ultimately depend upon the level of the relationship you are in. For example, if you’ve only been dating a month and you try to bust out the sappy Valentines Day poems, then she might think you are insincere or even corny. It is best to aim for subtlety to allow your sweetheart to read between the lines a little and wonder what your Happy Valentine letter means.

Building Up To Your Expression Of Love

If you’ve been in a mutually intense relationship for quite some time, then you will know you are free to express your stronger emotions. In your letter, write about the hundreds of intricacies and enjoyments that comprise your great love. Approach your essay as you would love making and build up to that expression of love!

Talk about the mannerisms that melt your heart, the actions that mean so much, what you think about when you’re missing her and a few of your most memorable adventures, as well as those times that told you about her qualities as a mate. Be sure to praise the physical and the intellectual sides you love about your partner, whether it’s the softness of her skin, the plumpness of her lips or the curve of her hips.

Keep The Flames Burning

The best part of a relationship is the steamy correspondence, the exchange of ideas and the intense courtship. As long as you can keep the flames burning past that Happy Valentine letter, the more satisfied you both will be in the long term. Incorporating more Valentines Day ideas into every day life is, after all, the whole purpose of the holiday.

As you’re writing, it is important that you just jot down your most honest thoughts, without fear of rejection. If you can’t express yourself freely, then your heart is in the wrong place. As Mark Twain once wrote, "The frankest and freest product of the human mind and heart is a love letter; the writer gets his limitless freedom of statement and expression from his sense that no stranger is going to see what he is writing."

About the Author: John Rafter is a popular author of romance and dating articles including Love Help, Happy Valentines, Happy Valentines Day, Valentines Day Gifts, Valentines Day Ideas, For Valentines Day, On Valentines Day, Valentines Day Gift.
Keep a lookout as more articles are added from this popular author on this website in the near future.

More Valentines Day Facts....

What countries celebrate Valentines Day?
Most countries celebrate a day similar to Valentines Day. It usually occurs on the same day as well. It is just celebrated differently or it is called something different. Many countries such as Slovenia, Romania, Denmark and Norway celebrate All Heart’s Day or Friend’s Day. In Brazil it is called Dia dos Namorados which means Day of the Enamored. It, unlike many other countries, is celebrated on June 12th.

Colombia celebrates Amigo secreto (Secret Friend) on September 20th. The days are quite the same wherever you go. There is an exchange of gifts and a well-wishing towards friends and loved ones. America’s holiday has greatly influenced the rest of the world through its commercialism.

At one time Asia did not celebrate this day but the flower industry and America’s influence helped bring it to be a very important day for Asians. So much so that February 14th is the day for women to give men presents and on March 14th the men give the women gifts.

 

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