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Recently I wrote about the significance of a handwritten love letter. There truly is something magical about putting pen to paper rather than just pounding away at a keyboard. If you are looking for some inspiration on what to write in a romantic note for Valentine’s Day why not look to literature.

 

Finding Inspiration for a Love Note EclecticEvelyn.com

 

Proflowers rounded up a list of 59 love quotes from books that will help you put words to your emotions. They categorized the quotes so that you can search using filters including hopeless romantic, realist and cynic.  You can find the perfect sentiment that fits your partner. Some prefer sarcastic wit while others enjoy soulful romance – this list has something for everyone take a look.

59 Love Quotes from Books for Every Romantic


Need some more inspiration check out my February Board on Pinterest

Have you ever written a love letter?  Where did you find your inspiration? Share it in the comments.

 

6 thoughts on “Finding Inspiration for a Love Note

  • cat

    nice giveway sis

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  • Sarah L

    It’s always good to get inspirations for a heartfelt love note. Thanks for the link.

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  • Margaret Appel

    There is always room for a love note or note of appreciation. We used to write all over our Dad’s lunch sack (he took his lunch to work in a paper bag). He told us his co-workers always wanted to read what was all over his lunch sack when they went on lunch break. We would draw pictures from the comic strip B.C., write knock knock jokes, and scrawl Daddy We Love You all over his bag.

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  • Kathleen - Bloggers Lifestyle

    My husband is really good at writing notes on cards and expressing himself. I am not so good at finding the right words, so I might need your link.

    Kathleen
    Bloggers Pit Stop

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  • Heidi Jackson

    My husband’s abroad and we text every day . We exchange beautiful messages. Lately he loved my ‘Let my love be the walls against a cold World’ and I love ‘Ever since I have known you baby my life has never been same I have changed so much that any one who comes close or around feelings my love.’
    We both knew loss and loneliness. Now this feeling of deep love and knowing that God wrote ‘Floyd & Heidi’ in his eternal book. That is all the inspiration we need.

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