The Art Of Writing Great Essays About Love

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Do you want to write a great essay about love? It may be a four-letter word, but it’s one of the most powerful emotions you’ll ever experience. It can make you feel alive, optimistic, and completely in awe of another person. And if you’re lucky, it will bring out the best part of yourself; your kindness and empathy.

Spurred on by this feeling for someone else, we can take on new challenges or overcome lifelong struggles that we never would have expected ourselves to tackle before the feeling entered our lives. According to step-by-step guide, you will be able to write about this complex feeling quickly and easily!

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Let’s get started.

1. Find Your Voice and What You Love About Love

Define what your voice is when it comes to this topic. Whether that means something sappy or intellectual, romantic or satirical. To write a great essay about love, you must also know what you like about love.

2. Figure Out What You Don’t Love About Love

The next thing to do is figure out what you don’t like about love. To write an essay that offers a credible argument, you must know the other side of the story. Don’t be afraid to take a critical approach.

3. List All its Stages

Get out a piece of paper and list the various stages of falling in the feeling of love: falling, obsession, first year, etc.

4. Brainstorm Examples for Every Stage

Brainstorm examples for all the stages listed on your sheet. When it comes to writing, the key is to be as specific and detailed as possible.

5. Choose Your Favorite Examples

After your brainstorming sessions are complete, figure out your favorite examples and narrow them down to five. You’ll use these five examples in your essay.

How to Write the Conclusion

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Now that you’ve written the essay, you can move on to the conclusion portion of your essay. Wrap things up here by trying everything back to your thesis statement and once again emphasizing the five examples you’ve chosen to illustrate your argument.

That’s it! You’ve now written a great essay about one of the most complex feelings! But wait!

Love is a very powerful emotion, and it can be a lot of fun to think about all the different aspects of its many meanings. It has many different styles, such as I love ice cream, you’re my best friend, I love my bike with gears, I’m in love with your sister (sorry bro!), but we’ll explore the most fundamental type: romantic and erotic. (You should point out that different people’s views can be quite personal. It is safe to assume that everybody has their unique perceptions of this feeling.)

There are many different ways to approach writing a good essay about love. Before you start writing, you must first figure out what type of essay you wish to write, whether short and funny or long and complex with multiple themes. (You should also point out that each different essay will require a different approach to writing it.)

Let’s talk about short and funny things. It could be about a funny incident or a fun story. I’ll give you an example: one time, my girlfriend/boyfriend and I were at the movies, I farted during the scary part (zing!). It was so loud, everybody could hear it, and it drowned out all the scary noises…I laughed so hard, I cried. Don’t judge me! (You should point out that while it is a fun approach to writing about this feeling, it can also be quite challenging to carry off.)

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Let’s talk about long and complex things. It could be an essay that attempts to explore its many meanings, such as erotic and romantic. In this case, you will need at least three paragraphs: one for each theme.

The second type of essay you can write would be long and complex with multiple themes.

The best way to illustrate that approach is to give you an example, so let’s say we’re writing this type of essay:

  • Paragraph 1: How do I know if I’m in love?
  • Paragraph 2: What are its different kinds?
  • Paragraph 3: This is how you know if you’re in love. (re-explaining them all)

Let’s break that down a bit.

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The first paragraph should be the most general and welcoming. It should be something along the lines of “What is love?” You’ll want to play around with this and find a tone that feels comfortable and natural.

You’ll later use this same tone in the third paragraph, but you can refer back to it and use it as a template for now. If your sentences aren’t sounding right, go back to your first paragraph and try again.

The second paragraph is where you’ll start to dive into the details of its different kinds. You should think about what each type means to you and speak from the heart. You can delve deeper into other types such as romantic, erotic, parental, brotherly, sisterly, platonic, and so on… make sure you touch on them all!

The third paragraph is significant because this is where you tie everything together. It’s your opportunity to sum it all up in a friendly tone.

You should first re-explain the different types before you end it on a reaffirming and positive tone such as:

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  • “Love is a wonderful feeling that makes us all feel warm and fuzzy inside…”
  • “I believe true love exists. If you experience it in your life, then you are truly blessed. Be happy. :)”

Many authors have written excellent essays about this beautiful feeling, so you can always incorporate their ideas into your own. If you are struggling to get good examples, then I would highly recommend that you look online at a writing website or magazine for more information. (You should also point out that the above example is a short and funny type essay.) You should now feel confident enough to write an essay about the beautiful feeling, that is both adventurous and fun. You could even consider writing multiple essays so that your readers can get to know your personality and style. (You should point out that this is not a requirement but a suggestion.)

To conclude

Good luck with your love essay! I hope you enjoyed reading this masterpiece and that it helped you learn more about writing an excellent essay of your own. (More tips coming soon!) I would be curious to know which essay about love you’re planning on writing!