Love Letters  

rm_Simplysexy65 50F
870 posts
7/2/2006 7:49 pm

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8/8/2006 3:45 am

Love Letters

Sometimes I fear that the art of love letters has been lost to email and text messaging. There is nothing better than a well thought out and worded love letter. Have you written one for the person you love lately? I mean truly sat down with pen and paper. Perhaps you should try it and see what happens.

somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
7/2/2006 8:23 pm

Surely a love letter would contain sentiments that go beyond the scope of mere language or symbols.

abitcrazy4sex 44M
1335 posts
7/2/2006 8:36 pm

a letter would mean so much more , it means alot more when you take the time out of your day and find a pen and paper and write something.that really does mean so much more.

maestrosenzaverg 61M

7/2/2006 8:38 pm


That's why I still compose music with a pencil and music paper. 20 years ago, I wrote a love song for a wonderful friend. 10 years ago, I was privileged to be able to orchestrate and perform it with a singer and my orchestra. You are so right. The effort, and the process by which this effort is achieved, is everything.

"Friendship new can cast astounding spells;
wond'rous discoveries abound.
Time alone, the depth of friendship tells;
With poignant mysteries, most profound."

I have written many love letters, and cards declaring love, all of which, I think, by hand. But none ever mattered more than that song, and, as a result, a thin thread remains between the recipient of that song, and me, lo' these many years later.

Thanks for the reminder.

Maestro SV

rm_1SweetBitch 55F
8575 posts
7/2/2006 8:44 pm

I agree, many just don't want to take the time to write a letter...everything has short cuts which does not have the same meaning.

No Day Is So Bad It Can't Be Fixed With Great Sex!

1 SweetBitch

elysianpleasure 47M

7/2/2006 10:27 pm

It is a lost art... strangely I was just talking to someone about this. It is amazingly wonderful to receive a letter of any form from another person... and be able to read it over and over.

passion7523 51M
2931 posts
7/2/2006 11:08 pm

simply sexy

i agree but thanks for prompting a writing!

my darling,

It has been so long since we made the time to share a moment between us. Our lives are so busy now , you have your career, you are a professional your work so demanding so many responsibilities, my own business now controls me, my life not my own, oh wouldnt it be nice my love to go for a walk, along the beach like we use to when that was all that mattered, that we walked hand in hand breathing each others breath!
My dearest love, come take my hand
let us not talk about today,
let us leave our work behind.
come, walk with me along the beach.
come, let each grain of sand
caress each others feet,
and remind us of the times
we held each other close,
and, how within our eyes
we discovered the sweet serenity
of our connection, where no
words were spoken but our
hearts touched each others flow
became one, and we were lost
in each others discovery,
when nothing else mattered
and our hearts soared
under the moonlit sky
and danced to the heat
of our passion lost in each
others touch of kisses
and sweet caresses.
come my love, come with me
for my heart is still young
with desire, and still yearns
for you the woman of my youth!

rm_mtnravyn 60M
890 posts
7/3/2006 6:29 am

I can feel it still
as it was
slicing down the middle of me
carrying parts of me away
I can feel it still

I can feel it now as it was then
bubbling up and over and flowing through me in a molten rush
burning and cutting
slicing an aching gap
gutting and stealing my heart,
just taking, grabbing, ripping with its fire
I felt it
I can feel it still

OlderGearsChops 52M
8 posts
7/3/2006 12:58 pm

Yes I too believe a heart written letter can be the most romantic voice, but at the same time to be spoken to a woman in person showing your passion and expressions of your words adds an accent to your letter. words are words unless they come from deep inside with the compassion of love and desire. I had my chance with simplysexy but blew it, I wish I could write a letter and read it to her in person to show her how much I enjoyed our conversations prior to our meeting. This woman is incredible to converse with but in person her beauty takes away your words.

rm_Simplysexy65 replies on 7/3/2006 5:24 pm:
Hey! How the heck are you? It has been a few years! Did not know you were still around here! Happy 4th! S

rm_babyboomer26 66M
898 posts
7/3/2006 7:00 pm

Love letters are wonderful. I just make sure I write mine in disappearing ink so they cannot be used as evidence later!

adbacula 36M

7/3/2006 8:20 pm

Lost art indeed! I can't remember when was the last time I wrote one. Perhaps I've just gotten too lazy. The fact is, I remember being more creative when I was sad or angry. How unfortunate it is that we take things for granted when times are good. It's only when we've lost someone dear to us, do we really understand what they meant to us.

Thank you for reminding me to do more things like this.

reverend21 49M
1913 posts
7/3/2006 8:22 pm

Yes, though my hand writing is quite horrible, I have sat down and wrote many love letters, hopefully one day I'l find her and give these thoughts to her

OlderGearsChops 52M
8 posts
7/13/2006 1:36 am

Sorry have not replied sooner. I had a car accident but wish we could talk again soon.

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