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Expressing Your Love on the Valentines DayExpressing Your Love on the Valentines Day
Love is a phenomenon that cannot be embodied through definitions and words. It enables people to achieve extraordinary feats, swallow their pride, bury their egos and show a paradigm of valentine imagestheir personalities that is usually kept secret and unexplored. Every year, on the 14th of February, the world celebrates Valentine’s Day; an event which commemorates romantic love by expressing feelings of love between couples.
History of Valentine’s Day
The day itself was established in 496 AD and was later removed from the Christian calendar of events by Pope Paul VI in 1969. By the nineteenth century it slowly became customary to exchange gifts such as cards, chocolate, flowers etc. Today, the 14th of February is considered a global event as it is celebrated, amid conservative resistance, even in countries such as Yemen and Pakistan.
So what should one write on a Valentine’s Day card? Phrases of Affection
Well, there is always the stereotypical ‘I love you’ message that is found on pretty much every Valentine’s Day card. A more personalized phrase is generally a better option such as:
‘I don’t just love you. I love that I get to have you as my Valentine. Happy Valentine’s Day!’
It is also desirable to appreciate one’s partner in the phrase so that they are made to feel special on the occasion and to refer to memorable moments.
‘I like all the ways that we hang out together, even when were mad. And I like the things that are not appropriate for a greeting card.’
‘Our love is like a romance movie, but the best part is that it never ends. Happy Valentine’s Day!’
Several people like to use poetry as a tool of emotional expression in Valentine’s Day cards. Although not everyone is a poet, originality is preferable as compared to copying proses from the internet. You can check our guide on writing a love poem here.
There are several cards that come with poems already inscribed within but a handwritten one holds more meaning. Here is an example of such a poem written by Joanna Fuchs: