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30 Most romantic love quotes you can send to your partner to show how much you love her/him

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Most romantic love quotes – When we are in love, we are usually at a loss for words. Good thing there’s a vast world of literary quotes waiting to be used at a moment’s notice. It’s difficult for most people to express themselves eloquently when it comes to love. Some of us can’t even manage a single word, when there’s a Six Flags rollercoaster running nonstop in our stomachs.

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That’s just how love operates. You’re more inclined to feel than to actually explain what’s going on in your heart.

The best you can do when you’re not a master of words is say “I love you,” “Ngh,” *and gulp*. Poetic, yes. However, you might benefit from saying more to your loved one than incoherent mutters.

What’s the big deal with romantic quotes?

Next to body language, words are the best thing we can use to express ourselves. The simplicity of statements like “I love you” have a huge impact, especially when they’re expressed sincerely.

Romantic lines from the literary geniuses of our time—and those of the past—are personal interpretations that sound so much better.

These lines are beautiful and enlightening. They’re not just something you say to make your partner blush; these lines are a written interpretation of how you feel, spoken eloquently by people who have a knack for prose and poetry.

Still, any thought that stems from the heart is good enough. No one is asking you to become a poet and hang out under the eaves of your girlfriend or boyfriend’s window, spouting weed-induced verbalizations.

That’s what the drunk and inebriated authors of centuries past are for. They did this all for your romantic benefit.

The most romantic lines that aren’t written by you

#1 “When I am old and alone, I will remember that I once held something truly beautiful.” – Joe Dunthorne,Submarine

#2 “I loved her against reason, against promise, against peace, against hope, against happiness, against all discouragement that could be.” – Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

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