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I need to write more. My handwriting is starting to look atrocious and my hand cramps up when I write more than a sentence or two. In my youth, everyone always commented on how beautiful my handwriting was. I wrote with a flair for calligraphy.

Computers are ruining the fine art of penmanship. I hear they are wanting to do away with cursive writing altogether. What a shame. I miss handwritten letters, especially love letters. There is a magic that flows from the soul to the paper through the tactile act of writing.  That is why magic spells and love letters must be handwritten. The soul flows through the giving hand into the ink and onto the paper. They say the eyes are windows to the soul but the pen is the voice and poetry the heart.

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Surprise your love today with a handwritten love letter.  Fill it with poetry from the heart and professions of eternal love. Seal it with a kiss, spritz it with perfume and send it in the mail.

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When was the last time you received a love letter? Have you written one lately?

11 thoughts on “Everyone Needs a Handwritten Love Letter

  • Natalie

    Handwritten letters are becoming more and more uncommon these days! There is something so special about receiving a letter that was not bought at a store.

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    • Eclectic Evelyn

      I think a handwritten letter shows that someone really spent time thinking about you.

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  • Becky Richardson

    You are certainly right Evelyn. I keyboard these days more than I actually write and my once beautiful writing is out of practice and so sloppy.

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  • John A

    I sort of agree but on the other hand I’m just as guilty of this as everyone else. We’re living in more and more of an instant society each day and taking the time out to do something like handwriting a letter, as brief and as light as it is, starts to feel like manual labor.

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  • Ann

    I absolutely, wholeheartedly agree. Handwritten letters in general, too! There’s something so truly intimate and ~special~ about receiving a [love] letter… and in my opinion, the same can be said for ~writing~ a letter as well.
    Thank you for writing/”writing” about this– it served as a wonderful and much-needed reminder for me.

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  • WebMDiva

    Nothing ever beats the pen and paper. I wish I could master the art of calligraphy!
    I’m going to skip the Hallmark card and make my own this year & give it a spritz of perfume for good measure. 🙂

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  • Sherry Compton

    Handwriting really adds that special touch. Don’t let your “atrocious” handwriting stop you from putting pen to paper. Too much we really on email or texts, but sometimes getting an actual handwritten letter can really touch someone.

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  • tiffany dayton

    There is nothing more personal than a hand written note.

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  • Minta Boggs

    I love a handwritten letter, when my husband and I were dating he used to write me handwritten letters all the time..I miss those. also it’s just so unique not like going to Hallmark and have a card that someone else might have also..I don’t do handwritten letters because sometimes I’m not so good with grammar.

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    • Eclectic Evelyn

      How sweet. I hope you kept some of those letters. I have some old love letters I keep in a box.

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