Writing love letters is an art in itself. Sometimes humans poured their mind and soul into certain letters. Hoping the words scattered across pages make sense to the person on the receiving end.
Listed below are few lines from some of the most beautiful love letters of all time. They are examples of the defying and enduring nature of love.
Written by Kahlil Gibran, Oscar Wilde, Franz Kafka, Ernest Hemingway, Napoleon Bonaparte, Vita Sackville West, and Zelda Fitzgerald, these letters capture the essence of some of the greatest love stories.
What makes all these letters stand out is not the fancy language used, but the raw and real emotions reflected through the words. “I just miss you, in a quite simple desperate human way” – can be one of the most honest and vulnerable ways of confessing love.
These letters are written in different places – from battlefields to prison cells, through different ages. It proves the age-old dictum – that love keeps humans alive.
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