Although love poems and love letters are a great way to tell your wife, husband, boyfriend, or girlfriend how much you love them, sometimes they just don’t feel complete without a quote. The problem is that many people aren’t comfortable writing their own poetry and either omit it or try too hard and just don’t get it right. Wouldn’t it be great if there were resources that could help you find great quotes that weren’t used by every other person in the world?
Well, guess what, there is! Thanks to the internet, you can find tons of inspiring, heartwarming, gut wrenching, and romantic love quotes to use at any point in your love letters. Choosing the right quote can be difficult, so having a great selection to choose from can help ease your mind. You’ll have a large to selection to choose from, so you won’t have to worry about using the same old tired quotes. Like more than one? Add a few in each love letter. Find a bunch that you like? There’s your inspiration to write an entire series of love letters.
Love quotes are also great for simple notes to put in your spouse’s purse, wallet, or car before they go off to work. You can include them when you send flowers, or every time you give them a card. There are so many ways that love quotes can be used that you’d be silly not to start including them in your own romantic correspondence.
I laugh when I hear stories about people text messaging and emailing love letters and phrases to their partners, but sometimes a text of “I Love You” does the trick quite nicely. Just don’t rely on electronic mediums because a hand written note is much more appropriate. The key though, is to do whatever you can to keep your romance alive and on fire.
Here’s an idea, start keeping your own book (either in a journal or online) of your favorite quotes so that you can keep them with you whenever you need a quick quote. I like to keep a set of quotes in my notebook, but I also use online notebooks, such as Evernote or Google Notebook for the same purpose. Having a book of love quotes ready as a reference can help you be prepared for any situation, whether your partner is happy, sad, inspired, or just needs to hear you say “I love you.”
If your relationship needs a spark, start mailing romantic love letters to your significant other. They’ll appreciate the surprise when they pick up the mail. Even if you live together, it can be entirely unexpected, which will increase the impact. Send a quick love quote via email from work, or just leave a sticky note on your husband or wife’s computer screen. Don’t let the romance in your relationship die because you haven’t taken the time to tell your partner how much they mean to you. Even if you write your own poetry, try to get it on paper whenever possible and surprise them when the chance arrives.