Loveletters

SWEETHEART JEWEL
MY LIKING PRIZES YOUR SYMPATHY. YOU ARE MY COVETOUS PASSION. MY EAGERNESS LOVINGLY PINES FOR YOUR LITTLE LONGING. YOU ARE MY LITTLE ARDOUR: MY LOVING CHARM.

YOURS SEDUCTIVELY
M. U. C.

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DEAR DARLING
YOU ARE MY SEDUCTIVE THIRST: MY DARLING FELLOW FEELING. MY PASSIONATE FERVOUR CLINGS TO YOUR ARDENT YEARNING. YOU ARE MY CURIOUS PASSION: MY SYMPATHETIC INFATUATION.

YOURS LOVINGLY
M. U. C.

These passionate ourburst of emotions are not the fervent love-letters of some poet; these are in fact randomly generated words of love stringed together in a meaningful way using a computer program known as "Loveletters".
Create your own random love letter for your loved one. Visit here.

P.S. Does this show people in love are so predictable? Hmmm. Reminds me of an old post of mine: Artificial Love.

Comments

Abdul Sami said…
more than love i think it focusses on the predictability of lust...

then again... lust is far more str8forward then love is !
Awais said…
True, very true.
haha.... i dont think real lover needs that.
you know they say... "at the touch of love everyone becomes a poet"
:-)
Dur-e-Aziz Amna said…
Eww. :p
Lol, I actually thought these were real love letters. I really do not need to lose even more faith in humankind. :D
Komal said…
WOW! True lovers certainly don't need it but ughh!! Seems a flirt promoting site to me! :-S
Tazeen said…
SEDUCTIVE THIRST and SYMPATHETIC INFATUATION


this is priceless
totally agree with Tazeen!
Saadat said…
This is kinda off-topic, but this post of yours and Artificial Love reminded me of an article about two chatbots that I read some time ago. You might find it interesting.
Awais said…
@ Saadat

This is very interesting! Thank you for sharing!
Mayhem said…
I find it a bit demeaning to blame the bout of love triggering the start of 'poetry'. There is certainly a miscoception in people who believe all lovers become poets. Not everyone can write and certainly not everyone can write poetry. It is a gift blessed to very few.
Between, interesting post.