A 3 Piece Valentine Special: A Reading and Reviewing of the most romantic Writeups of all time!!

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    Published on Feb 14, 2022
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    She walks in Beauty

    Written in the month of June 1814, She walks in beauty is an extremely beautiful poem written by English poet and writer - Lord Byron.

    This very romantic lyrical poem depicts how the narrator is completely smitten by a fair maiden – a rather beautiful one. The narrator not only goes as far as describing the woman's outer beauty but as well gives a charming description of her inner beauty.

    You see, it is believed by many that Lord Byron was inspired to write this poem after attending a party in London on June 11th 1814 – the night before this poem was written.
    During this party, Byron met with his first cousin's wife - Mrs. Anne Beatrix Wilmot and was immediately marvelled by her beauty.

    Honestly, this is such a beautiful poem. By all means, I believe it is the best poem that as ever described the beauty of a woman and perhaps a love struck lover.
    If perhaps you would like to make that special someone feel very Special on this Valentine's day, then reading this poem to them would be the best criteria.

    Sonnet No. 116

    If you fancy the very famous Sonnet 18 – Shall I compare thee to a summer's day – then you would love this particular sonnet. It's just as romantic.

    Written in the year 1609, Sonnet No. 116 is a poem written by the famous romantic era poet and writer - Williams Shakespeare.

    Basically, the poem expresses a central idea - what love is, and what love isn't. It heavily emphasizes that love is everlasting! It cannot fade away, it cannot die, and it is only thing that lacks imperfection. And at the end of the day, the only type of love that can truly be dubbed true love is the one that lasts forever throughout eternity. As Williams Shakespeare so clearly put it in the last few lines of the poem:

    "If this all be error and upon me prov'd,
    I never writ, nor no man ever lov'd."

    Immortal Beloved

    Ah... I'll tell you this now : There has never been a more honest, profound, and beautiful way of expressing one's love to another as this letter has done...

    On the month of July 7th 1812, an immensely passionate and beautiful letter was written by famous musical composer – Ludvig van Beethoven.

    Inside this letter contains the most passionate, emotional and sensitive feelings that as ever been written by both Beethoven himself, and probably by any person before.

    This beautiful letter utterly shows the romantic and distressed state that Ludvig was in when as he penned down this letter to his lover. Seeing as how the two lovers have been parted for a while, it is needless to acknowledge the reason for Ludvig's longing.

    Moreover, even though we are aware that this letter was in fact written by the composer himself, it is still unknown to this day whom the receiver really was. For Beethoven never once mentions her name in the letter but solely refers to her as his Immortal Beloved.

    You can listen to the 3 Part Special audio narration of these poems down below as you read through these beautiful writings...

    Happy Valentines Day

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