Great 10 Love Letters

Love letters are great ways of conveying your loving emotions to your sweetheart. Pen down a letter of love to woo and charm the love of your life in style. Get an inspiration from the famous people to pen down a romantic letter for your love. The top 10 love letters serve as a perfect guide to express and convey your love to your sweetheart. Express your love in style inspired through some of the best love letters of all times. 

Famous Love Letters

Melt the heart of your love by penning down a love letter expressing all your emotions. Let us have a look at the top 10 love letters that will inspire you to pen down a few words for your love: 

  • "Monsieur, the poor have not need of much to sustain them -- they ask only for the crumbs that fall from the rich man's table. But if they are refused the crumbs they die of hunger. Nor do I, either, need much affection from those I love. I should not know what to do with a friendship entire and complete - I am not used to it. But you showed me of yore a little interest, when I was your pupil in Brussels, and I hold on to the maintenance of that little interest -- I hold on to it as I would hold on to life." -Charlotte Bronte to Professor Constantin Heger.

  • "...would I, if I could, supplant one of any of the affections that I know to have taken root in you - that great and solemn one, for instance. I feel that if I could get myself remade, as if turned to gold, I WOULD not even then desire to become more than the mere setting to that diamond you must always wear. The regard and esteem you now give me, in this letter, and which I press to my heart and bow my head upon, is all I can take and all too embarrassing, using all my gratitude."- Robert Browning To Elizabeth Barrett Browning .

  • "And now listen to me in turn. You have touched me more profoundly than I thought even you could have touched me - my heart was full when you came here today. Henceforward I am yours for everything...." - Elizabeth Barrett Browning to Robert Browning

  • "We are thus far separated - but after all one mile is as bad as a thousand - which is a great consolation to one who must travel six hundred before he meets you again. If it will give you any satisfaction - I am as comfortless as a pilgrim with peas in his shoes - and as cold as Charity - Chastity or any other Virtue." -Lord Byron to his love

  • "Don't write too legibly or intelligibly as I have no occupation so pleasant as pondering for hours over your hieroglyphics, and for hours more trying to interpret your dark sayings. A clearly written simply expressed letter is too like the lightening." -Duff Cooper to Diana,

  • "Dearest, - I wish I had the gift of making rhymes, for methinks there is poetry in my head and heart since I have been in love with you. You are a Poem. Of what sort, then? Epic? Mercy on me, no! A sonnet? No; for that is too labored and artificial. You are a sort of sweet, simple, gay, pathetic ballad, which Nature is singing, sometimes with tears, sometimes with smiles, and sometimes with intermingled smiles and tears." -Nathaniel Hawthorne to love

  • My love for you tonight is so deep and tender that it seems to be outside myself as well. I am fast shut up like a little lake in the embrace of some big mountains. If you were to climb up the mountains you would see me down below, deep and shining - and quite fathomless, my dear. You might drop your heart into me and you'd never hear it touch bottom. I love you - I love you - Goodnight. Oh Bogey, what it is to love like this! -Katherine Mansfield to John Middleton Murray

  • "I already love in you your beauty, but I am only beginning to love in you that which is eternal and ever precious - your heart, your soul. Beauty one could get to know and fall in love with in one hour and cease to love it as speedily; but the soul one must learn to know. Believe me, nothing on earth is given without labour, even love, the most beautiful and natural of feelings." -Count Leo Tolstoy to Valeria Arsenev

  • "You are my only love. You have me completely in your power. I know and feel that if I am to write anything fine and noble in the future I shall do so only by listening at the doors of your heart. I would like to go through life side by side with you, telling you more and more until we grew to be one being together until the hour should come for us to die." -James Joyce to his love

  • "I will cover you with love when next I see you, with caresses, with ecstasy. When you are old, I want you to recall those few hours, I want your dry bones to quiver with joy when you think of them." -Gustave Flaubert to his love

Unleash new chapters of romance in your love life through these top 10 love letters that will offer a new direction to your love life. 

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