I wanted to make this a story, but it’s really not. I got it from a korean movie I saw on youtube. It just got me thinking about things that well, have always been present in our lives. Love. It’s always been there. We just somehow failed to notice it every time it makes itself conspicuous. And like every failure, we fail to cherish it when it’s there. Like how people are in our life. We only notice how valuable they really are, until they’re gone.
Here are some points you have to remember while writing a love letter.
A brief and simple letter.
Letter writing has become an old fashioned art. Nothing can make more of an impression than a handwritten letter. When you love some one, the words from your heart should flow easily…
This is a generic letter and I give permission for anyone to use it in whole or in part. Or even just some ideas from it.
Tips for writing a business letter.
Is letter-writing going out of fashion? I hope not.
A letter which basically tells how excited I am to meet my future husband. Who would that person be?
Love letters or Billet-doux (from the French billet meaning “note” and doux meaning “sweet”) are the most loving and precious possession of a person who is in love on the one hand and the object of curiosity and interest of many on the other hand. They are the asset of a life time whether the persons in love are still in contact or not. In the present day hand written letters have replaced emails but still the value of hand written letters and their lively presence and power of recreating the moment is invaluable.
It can seem to be a bit just like a catch 22 scenario once you begin to take into account submitting your writing or illustrations to competitions or perhaps…shock horror…for an agent or even a publisher.