About Carol and my interest in Romantic Love Letters.
I don’t know about you but I have been a lover of romantic love letters since I was a very young girl.
Don’t tell anyone but I accidentally found a stack of love letters wrapped up in a ribbon. What girl of nine years old could have resisted opening those love letters if only to see why they were all wrapped in such a lovely red ribbon?
Would you have been able to resist opening them at that age? I certainly could not!
This was a golden pack of pure romantic love letters
They had been written by one of my relatives (I don’t wish to embarrass him too much in public so I will not give away any more clues) to his wife (although at the time of writing those romantic love letters she was still his girl-friend) They were also my regular baby-sitter often in their house as the wife worked at home.
I read them all — in secret — dozens of times before I was finally caught. I think I had given the game away when I innocently asked the meaning of some of the terms used in them which caused my parents to watch me much more carefully.
Whilst they were not what would be called explicit nowadays. Certainly the letters would not be erotic love letters or even sexy love letters by today’s standards. However maybe I was so young back then I did not understand the hidden meanings that may have been there.
But my memory recall of all those years ago the time those romantic love letters were written they would have been described as very suggestive of things to come after they were married. By that, I mean he wrote about how much he would like to have that loving experience of being able to lie next to her all night with her wrapped up safely in his loving arms.
That is as far probably as things were written in polite society in those days!
Later when I was in my teens I started to receive a number of carefully handwritten love letters myself but have kept most of them safely hidden away. I did not want others to find them in the way I found the other romantic love letters all those years ago. Even after all these years these early romantic love letters still mean so much to me — in fact in many ways they mean more to me now than they did then.
I think, apart from the good feelings, they bring back some lovely memories and thoughts of good times we spent together.
Can I ask you a question? Do you have any romantic love letters you can share?
I am looking to add more love letters to this site and would love to feature yours here as well.
All I would ask is :-
If the love letters were written to you
Please ask the writer’s permission to send me them. If you can’t get it them let me know and we can make them anonymous e.g. by removing any personal details which may embarrass them or their new partner (if any). If possible, let us know how it made you feel to receive the letter
If you wrote them yourself
Please state specifically that you are giving us permission to publish as they are. We will not change or remove any names from the letters. It would be nice if you could also give us some of the background to why the particular letter of what results you saw after your partner read it.
To submit any love letters to me please complete the form below or email them to me as normal carol at love letters central dot com . (You will need of course need to remove all the spaces and use the @ symbol in the actual email address but I can’t use that here without making myself vulnerable for lots of unwanted spam emails.)
Hope to hear from you all very soon.
Lots of love
PS I still do receive romantic love letters today but they are all from my husband and I have been married to him for several years (and I write back to him despite the fact we see each other almost every day) I think it is those little things that keep a marriage relationship alive and burning bright, don’t you?
Keep reading and writing romantic love letters to your lover.