Did you ever wrote love letters to anyone?

@dhawanbm (3705)
India
June 6, 2009 6:55am CST
Well it sounds very romantic of having written love leters to someone you loved and cared for ever. This is a thing of bygone era and we are living in an age of sms and mobile revolution, Did you write any love leters!
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@sublime03 (1811)
• Philippines
6 Jun 09
I love writing on paper and so I always make a love letter to the person I love. Even if it sounds or looks corny I still do it because i want to show the person I love that I am sincere with what I feel. Many times I would rather write it down so I can get him to understand how I feel instead of just saying it or texting it. Though there are times that I text it to him when I am out of the house or when I am not with him at the moment. Its the thrill of writing it down, choosing the paper to write it down at or the type and color of pen i want to use that makes it extra special.
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@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
oh you still write letters thats great well its easier texting now a days yet the thrill of writing is there~!
@se7enthbird (8328)
• Philippines
6 Jun 09
yes i did. during the times that i am courting my wife. and also during when she wa working abroad and we are still in a relationship. now we are married for 6 years altough i no longer give her love letters i still send her some e-card or text messaging her specially when i am working out of town. we never forget to say i love you. i still believe that love letters works. some message on the cell are passed quotes already.
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@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
this is indeed something you ve cherrished as it is no longer written, sure sms are bit of routine and repeat and nothingt original!
• Philippines
6 Jun 09
I did, many times when i was in college. I had many penpals then. I also sent many love letters to my boyfriend and other close friends during those three years that i worked in a foreign country. But technology caught up very fast and my hands and fingers also caught up with age they easily get tired of holding the pen and my handwriting is not like the one it used to be. Now it's easier to use cellphone, the computer gives us many options on what types and size of fonts we can use and the keyboard makes typing easier. The internet has taken the place of mails being sent through the post office. But i still send postcards to my friends so i still have a bit of writing short notes just to give a personal touch in bridging the distance.
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@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
of course the use of technology has marred the interest of many a lovers its a forgoten thing of the past, yet me too use it often on diwali or new year!
• Philippines
6 Jun 09
I did and I still do... my husband and I were sweethearts for almost 3 years before we finally tied the knot. Ours was a long distance relationship and is still long distance now that we're married because of his job,,,,, I guess even with sms, calls and emails and chat... in the three years that passed between us then, our relationship became stronger because of the letters. Each letter was a promise etched in paper. I've kept all those letters and they came about twice a month then... those letters sustained us. And later I'm going to write him another love letter and I'll send him a copy of our baby picture (taken through ultrasound). It's our first baby and we're excited about this fruit of our love.
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@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
oh thats very romanitic and you make a couple oh lovely, its chad sms emails and phone now!
@wolfie34 (26793)
• United Kingdom
6 Jun 09
Technology is not always a good thing, in this day and age as you said it's all done by texting and via email, I don't think anyone does love letters any more which is so sad I think, in fact writing has long since diminished in favour of the computer. In my younger days I would love to get a love letter which I treasured, that is until the relationship came to an end then I would burn them. I have probably received more love letters than wrote. I can't remember the last time I received one, probably more than 10 years ago now!
@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
Although reading writing is a thing of past yet I find many still writing, oh for that technology, how unromantic, Its very sad to note that you burned all your letters let the past be buried! nice!
• Malaysia
7 Jun 09
yup it is bitter sweet!bitter becoz of the one who you wrote the love letter is not ur mr/ms. right, sweet becoz of the love you put into the letter is true and sincere. i tried it before and even right now i revise all of this i still feel sweet. in my letter, i hope can hold my partenr's hand walking on the beach when we are old. it is sweet!it is no need the flower to decorate, no need the words to enhance, jus only walking with holding the hands, it is rare!you can do it when you are dating, when you are young, but how many people can do it when they are old!i really hope i can do it when i am old..becoz it is speechless happiness..
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@zackn87 (345)
• United States
6 Jun 09
Love letters are great. I feel like it lets the person know how much u love them and care for them. and i agree, it usually happens over cellphones on the computer now.
@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
oh yes they are something you love to do to express your love for someone you like so desperately and fondly!
@x_Jo_x (1042)
6 Jun 09
I havent writen "love letters" But i have writen letters to a friend of mine who lived in a different place to me. They wern't online much so it was difficult to talk otherwise. But writing letters is nice, more personal maybe? And i always like getting things in the post because i dont get many interesting things in the mail, so that was nice too.
@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
Isnt it nice to write letters it gives a personal touch to the element of words and a new definition to what you want to say!~
@doggyhouz (548)
• United States
6 Jun 09
I wrote a love letter in the summer of my graduation from 8th grade. 15 years later I married her. Sometimes the first time becomes your best moment of the last place you'll ever want to be for that moment and forever times to come.
@dhawanbm (3705)
• India
6 Jun 09
oh how romantic yove been, i must say it was indeed love and nothing else! nice!
@prinzcy (5057)
• Malaysia
7 Jun 09
I don't and I never did. Not even in a form of sms or email. I feel uneasy to write one. Maybe I am not good with words and being romantic makes me a bit uneasy and feel like that is so not me. Lucky for me my partner understand my feeling without me telling him.