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Love Letters and Poems Make for a Nice Valentine's Day Surprise

8. February 2010 by Christy 0 Comments

Valentine's Day is rapidly approaching and many gentlemen on plan to send flowers or candy to a special Russian lady. While there is nothing wrong with sending a gift alone, men who want to take things a step further may want to consider sending another romantic and unexpected surprise this Valentine's Day: a heartfelt letter or poem.


Many men shy away from writing romantic letters or poems because they are intimidated by similar works from great authors or because they don't know “the rules” for writing romantic text. These concerns, though understandable, aren’t necessary as most women will be delighted by the effort alone. 


There are no concrete rules for writing a poem or love letter. Any length or format is acceptable, as long as the message is from the heart. If a gentleman is not comfortable composing his own text, than he can choose a meaningful quote that expresses his feelings and share it with a special lady. Additionally, a gentleman’s words don’t have to be on par with Shakespeare’s for a lady to appreciate them. The message just needs to be sincere. Ladies can often sense when a man is feigning emotions he doesn’t feel and dishonest men are a big turn off. A gentleman should never write a fake love letter in an attempt to win brownie points or score a favor of some kind.


Russian women love romantic gestures from their significant others and there is nothing more romantic and meaningful than a heartfelt love letter or poem. Gentlemen who wish to do something special for their Russian or Ukrainian lady may want to complement traditional Valentine's gifts with expressions of love.