How to Write a Romantic Valentine's Day Verse

by Emma Lee

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Emma Lee owns a photography website and also works as a freelance writer specializing in home improvement, animals and photography. Her work can be found on various websites. Lee attended Charles County Community College located in Maryland.

How to Write a Romantic Valentine's Day Verse

Thinking about that special someone probably brings a smile to your face. Bring a smile to his by writing a romantic Valentine's Day verse for him. You don't need to be a writer to pen a verse; you only have to state how you feel. A verse is a line of poetry that is short and doesn't need to rhyme, so this should make your composition less stressful. Remember, you don't have to be Shakespeare to write something beautiful.

Purchase a blank greeting card. The image on the card can play a part in your verse, such as a scene that sparks a memory from your relationship with the recipient.

Sit in a quiet room and play a favorite romantic song, or have photos of your partner and yourself nearby, for inspiration.

Jot down a few words that describe your companion: his smile, hands, eyes.

Write down a memory of a special day or getaway from your relationship: a breathtaking sunset, a picnic or a romantic walk. Write down how you felt that day.

Gather your thoughts and feelings and write a complete sentence as if your partner were standing in front of you and you were speaking to him. Read the sentence out loud and make changes you feel necessary. Write the finished verse on the greeting card.

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