With love all around, I am here with some of the most romantic real love messages. These missives are not a part of any fiction novel or fairy tale story. These words are real. Their emotions are real.
These real love messages are part of history. Most of them were written more than fifty years ago. But this just shows how love is eternal. How love is always present even though the time becomes history.
1. Duff Cooper, English politician to Diana, his future wife, August 20, 1918
“Darling, my darling,
One line in haste to tell you that I love you more today than ever in my life before. That I never see beauty without thinking of you or scent happiness without thinking of you. You have fulfilled all my ambition, realized all my hopes, made all my dreams come true. I have asked much of you and you have never failed me. You have intensified all colors, heightened all beauty, deepened all delight. I love you more than life my beauty, my wonder”
2. Nelson Mandela to his wife, Winnie, April 15, 1976
“I dust your photo carefully every morning, for to do so gives me the pleasant feeling that I am caressing you as in the old days. I even touch your nose with mine to recapture the electric current that used to flush through my blood whenever I did so.”
3. Zelda Sayre to F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1935
“Don’t you think I was made for you? I feel like you had me ordered – and I was delivered to you – to be worn. I want you to wear me, like a watch – charm or a button hole bouquet.”
4. Anaiis Nin to Henry Muller
“I want to do things so wild with you that I don’t know how to say them.”
5. Mark Twain to Olivia Langdon, May 12, 1869
“Out of the depths of my happy heart wells a great tide of love and prayer for this priceless treasure that is confided to lifelong keeping. You can not see its waves as they flow towards you, darling but in these lines you will hear.. the distant beating of its surf.”
6. Emily Dickinson to an unknown recipient
“Open your life wide and take me in forever. I will never be tired – I will never be noisy when you want to be still.. nobody else will see me, but you, – but that is enough – I shall not want anyone anymore.”
7. Honore de Balzac to Everline Hansika, October 6, 1833
“Our love will blossom always fairer, fresher, more gracious, because it is a true love, and because genuine love is ever increasing. It is a beautiful plant growing from year to year in the heart, ever extending in palms and branches, doubling every season its glorious clusters and perfumes; and my dear life, tell me, and repeat to me always that nothing will bruise its bark or its delicate leaves, that it will grow larger in both our hearts, loved, free, watched over, like a life within our life.”
Love is a universal language. Men express equally good as women. Love find its way of expression.
What is the most romantic thing you have said to someone or someone said to you? Share with me in the comments.