Valentine’s Day will soon be here. In case you’re inclined to write a mash note, love note, or even like note, read these posts for pointers.
Six tips for writing a love letter
Craft a Valentine’s Day poem for your beloved
And for more inspiration, read these poems on The Academy of American Poets website:
“The More Loving One” by W. H. Auden
“Love Story in Black and White” by Toi Derricotte
“Wild Nights – Wild Nights! (249)” by Emily Dickinson
“The Kiss” by Stephen Dunn
“My Father’s Love Letters” by Yusef Komunyakaa
“When Someone Says I Love You the Whole” by Karyna McGlynn
“A Love Song” by William Carlos Williams
Hannah Brencher believes the world could use a little more love. And she believes in the power of the written word to spread it.
Brencher grew up receiving handwritten letters from her mother. When she became depressed in college, she found recovery in writing love letters for strangers to find. Her campaign has become a global initiative, The World Needs More Love Letters, which sends handwritten letters to those in need of a boost.
If you believe in the power of the pen and paper, watch the 5-minute video, then visit MoreLoveLetters to learn more about how you can spread love in your community and the world.
For another way to spread global understanding with your pen, read my post, Write a postcard to spread global understanding.