Tales of heartbreak, elation, rejection and redemption – to mark Valentine’s Day, here are four love letters, each telling a unique story. The reunionMy Dearest Helen,Here we are in each other’s arms at long last, settling into our home, we can’t stop talking about our lives and especially those three very precious years we spent together over 65 years ago in the 1950s. We cuddled together when my three-wheeler spluttered to a stop on our way home from Chesterfield College of Art and I would ring my Dad to tow us home. What a good excuse that made to have a lingering kiss, although at times it could be a cold wait!We got engaged and planned to get married when you were 19 but your parents objected to me, forbidding you to ever see me again. I don’t think we knew then how our love would live on. Three years passed before we met again by chance. For your 21st birthday your grandfather bought you a new car and we made a date to meet for a drive the following day. But you never turned up. I was heartbroken but later found out you had discovered I was engaged to… Read full this story
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