This is the age of super-fast communication, with e-mails, text messaging and what have you. Under these conditions, would not writing a hand-written love letter to your man, look a little out of place? The charm and allure of a hand-written love letter, embellished with your deepest thoughts and emotions can never find a replacement. Your heart should be racing, and adrenalin pumping in anticipation on the thoughts you would lay bare on paper. Writing a love letter for him, is still a great valentine, not only in February, but the whole year round.
First, get your paper; it could be any type, including a page from a notebook, but a high-quality writing paper shows that you care, and reaps its dividends with time…Using a paper with an Ivory tint has its own allure, and a thick card stock for writing would be a great idea; this would enable the recipient to store your letter for a long time. Use only black or brown ink, as red, blue or green are taboo.
Prepare yourself, and draw deep inside, to bring out the romantic in you, create the mood with your favorite music, and retire into a private place like your bathroom or balcony, and spend a few moments in the comfort of relaxing dimmed lights, reminiscing the good times you had with him in the past, what endeared you to him, when you did fall in love, and what about him pleasantly surprised you most.
When you start writing, preferably use the second person , and address him as “you”. You could well start off by telling him how much you miss him and relate a small anecdote of that day, which teleported you to him .Start the letter with just a ,”Dear…” and tell him which quality of his, endears you to him most, and tell him some things like, “My legs turned to jelly, when I first met you “, or something on those lines. Recall some of those rare moments when you could meet, and the deep emotional and physical feelings he invoked in you.
Eroticism is an intrinsic part of romanticism, and therefore, tell him what attracts you to him; maybe his masculinity, his smell, his body language, his stature, or what have you. Write about your day, and what you were about.
As you write further, drop subtle hints; that you have been following every little happening in both his personal life and career, then repeat “I love you,” as many times as you want. Write naturally and discuss your pain of separation, and share favorite snippets of memory, to remind him of your good times. Fantasize your future with him , and tell him how much you long to see him and be in his arms.
When the letter is finished, read and correct the errors, as your letter must stand the test of a thousand readings. Never forget to sign the letter, and add your personal touch; kiss the paper with lipstick on, or spray your favorite perfume on the paper. Be sure to use an envelope, and wax seal it for effect. While on the subject, using calligraphy to write your letter will lend the whole exercise a whiff of ingenuity and class.
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