1001 Writing Prompts About Valentine's Day

1001 Writing Prompts About Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is an occasion that should be celebrated not only by lovers but also by writers. This is because inspiration is everywhere on this day for stories for writers of any genre. 

If you take time to brainstorm and reflect, you’d be able to come up with a plot inspired by this day for, of course, a heartwarming romance novel, a funny children’s story like Barbara Park’s Junie B. Jones and the Mushy Gushy Valentime, or a screenplay for a thriller with a similar vibe to the 2001 slasher film Valentine. 

Below are writing prompts about Valentine’s Day that you might find helpful:

  • Write about the most romantic thing to happen to you and your significant other.
  • I meet the man of my dreams on Valentine’s Day.
  • Family traditions on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the most romantic moment you have ever had.
  • Write about an unwanted Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the first time your child gave you a handmade Valentine’s card.
  • Write about what happens when a man reveals his true feelings on Valentine’s Day.
  • Photographs of the heartbreak of losing a loved one on Valentine’s Day.
  • Consider writing a letter to someone just because. Or, if you’ve already sent one or received one, talk about it.
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  • Your characters go on a romantic holiday, but one of the characters finds out he/she has a fatal illness.
  • Celebrate your love of candy with this timely list of Valentine’s Day writing prompts.
  • Write a story that begins at dinner tonight. Tell the rest of the story the next day.
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  • Write about an experience of love at first sight.
  • Tell a love story about a high schooler and an older adult.
  • My friend once told me she was in love with a married man… Write about the nature of their relationship.
  • Every Valentine’s Day, my Grandmother sends me flowers.
  • Write about why it was the most magical Valentine’s Day you ever had.
  • Write about a couple struggling to find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.
  • Valentine’s Day is supposed to be about romantic love but mine was more about friendship.
  • A romance writer is stuck on his newest project.
  • Write about the first time your crush kissed you during Valentine’s Day.
  • A young couple go into a restaurant only the restaurant is different.
  • How will the change in the time schedule affect a married couple?
  • Write about the most romantic thing you have ever done for someone.
  • Write about the most shocking Valentine’s Day gift you ever received.
  • Write about a man or woman who wishes they had never pursued the opposite sex.
  • Discuss a couple who has recently divorced.
  • Write about a date on Valentine’s Day that you wish had ended differently.
  • Write about a blind date.
  • Write about getting a single Valentine’s Card and finding who sent it.
  • Write about a snowy Valentine’s Day.
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  • Write a poem describing a pop star on this Valentine’s Day that won’t be recognized as real.
  • Harriette and her husband have been married now for forty-two years. She has a secret that she has never told her husband. She hopes to look into his eyes one more time before revealing the truth. Written in first-person. See example of the  story . A clueless girl receives flowers but doesn’t know who sent them. Her war hero father suspects who sent them but not without putting his two cents in first. What happens next is surprising. Written in third-person. See example of the  story .
  • Someone follows a special recipe to make Grandma’s heart-shaped sugar cookies.
  • Write about a zoo and the animals on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a poem about giving the perfect present to the person you love.
  • Jason took me to dinner. He wanted to impress me. He did.
  • Write about what you think was missing from your Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day is a time when lovers show each other their true
  • Two people from different backgrounds fall in love during Valentine’s Day.
  • Introduce a character and do a flashback with them on V-Day.
  • Describe a special, meaningful gift you gave on Valentine’s Day.
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  • War is no place for love to thrive.
  • Write about a tradition most women learn on Valentine’s Day.
  • The lover constantly sacrifices for his partner.
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  • Write about someone buying a gift for their significant other.
  • Write about someone sabotaging Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about being the third wheel on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the most unromantic yet sweet Valentine’s Day you ever had.
  • A zombie loved a woman so much he refused to eat her.
  • Write about a person who is too busy to enjoy Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about flirting at a Valentine’s Day party.
  • Valentine’s Day can be filled with irony.
  • A guy/girl gives their sweetheart a Valentine’s Day present that was not expected.
  • Write about a boy or girl whose crush makes Valentine’s Day a special day.
  • Write about a person who has always dreamed of their own fairy tale ending.
  • A holiday that has come to mean nothing but marketing and bargain hunting.
  • I want to take you somewhere great for Valentine’s Day.
  • In this prompt, you describe a special Valentine’s gift you received.
  • Write about a proposal.
  • Write about a teacher in love with one of her students.
  • Write about someone too old for Valentine’s.
  • Write about your favorite piece of chocolate and where it came from.
  • Write about a person realizing the feeling of true love for the first time on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the most horrible Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about a hundred dollar a seat Valentine’s Day dinner being hosted at the White House.
  • Write about someone surprising you with a gift on Valentine’s Day that is just  perfect for you.
  • Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovers.
  • Write about how your family celebrates Valentine’s Day.
  • This year my Valentine’s Day was horrible, but that is because an incident happened.
  • A limb torn off the tree of life is the kind of love you can have for someone.
  • Valentine’s Day is a stressful time for me because…
  • Write about how making Valentine’s cards for someone is meaningful to you.
  • For the first time ever examine someone other than your love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about five Valentine’s Day gifts.
  • Write about your feelings on Valentine’s Day.
  • Have you messed up at a Valentine’s Day party? Write about it.
  • Write about an alternate view of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about giving someone the best Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about your first Valentine’s Day as a married couple.
  • Write about a friend giving a gift that’s not what they expected.
  • Your most memorable Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the kind of mother you wanted to have.
  • Many couples are caught in awkward situations during Valentine’s Day. Write about one of them.
  • A group of campers survives a plane crash and then must figure out how to survive in the forest.
  • Your favorite writer writes a love story between two fictional characters. They fall in love, but then one day they decide to split up.
  • The impact of falling in love  has never been more real than the impact of  losing one true love.
  • Henry and Cindy decided to run away together over Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a gift of chocolates that your significant other gave to you when you least expected it.
  • Write about a time you and your best friend fought.
  • Write a scene about how your valentine relationship began.
  • Write about a character trying to avoid an unwanted suitor on a date.
  • Write a letter to someone that you’re dating.
  • Write about the tooth fairy giving Valentines.
  • Write about the Christmas you remember most.
  • Write about the greatest Valentine’s Day gift you ever received.
  • Write about an animal receiving full human rights.
  • The biggest lie is that love doesn’t live on forever.
  • Valentine’s Day and Halloween always occur on the same day. Some people even celebrate both holidays! Write about the best costume you have ever seen someone wear for either holiday.
  • Having a lovely date is nice, but true romance happens between best friends.
  • Write about one person’s sentimental memories of Valentine’s Day throughout his childhood. Use present tense.
  • Your main character is the recipient of the World’s Biggest Valentine.
  • Write a poem about love that captures the feelings of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a rejected lover.
  • Valentine’s Day is a lot like your love life, if you believe in soulmates.
  • I hate Valentine’s Day because one thing happened.
  • Use this list of writing prompts for Valentine’s Day to begin your creative writing today.
  • Write about deciding what to do on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a famous person you’d like to spend Valentine’s Day with.
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  • Write a letter to someone who you have loved.
  • Write about a 100-year-old woman who can’t wait to get her Valentine.
  • Write about how you met your Valentine.
  • Commemorate Valentine’s Day through time travel.
  • Write about finding love again after a tragic loss.
  • Write about being a flower and the view from inside the vase.
  • Write about a craving for chocolate on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a flower shop on Valentine’s Day.
  • Only one month left until Valentine’s Day.  Have you figured out what you’re going to get your sweetheart?
  • People send Valentine’s Day cards to people they hope will fall in love with them.
  • Write about your first impressions after seeing your significant other blushing while holding a box of chocolates.
  • A parent gives a child Valentine’s Day chocolates.
  • Your paper is due tomorrow, so you finish it really late at night. Write what happens when you try to give it to your professor.
  • Write a story about Halloween holidays.
  • Write about how you felt on Valentine’s Day when you were heart broken.
  • Write about Valentine’s Day from the view of a child.
  • Tell about an incident on Valentine’s Day that changed a person for good.
  • Valentine’s Day is both a romantic and religious holiday. Write about what makes it sacred to you.
  • Describe how your pet gets ready for Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the thinnest  line between love and hate.
  • The most perfect Valentine’s Day in the history of the world involved a man, a woman, out-of-this-world seafood, and a horse.
  • There was a time when love disappointed me.
  • Love is shown in different and creative ways on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your first Valentine’s Day together.
  • Write a descriptive essay about a woman buying the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for her man.
  • Write about the most unforgettable gift you ever received on Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day isn’t just about going out with friends. It’s also about love.
  • Write about a couple when Valentine’s Day becomes the day of sadness because the day means the end of a relationship.
  • People are wrong about ghosts and Valentine’s Day.
  • Don’t tell me that you didn’t have an interesting Valentine’s Day until you’ve heard mine.
  • Think of two characters. One came to date the other one. Write about it.
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  • Write about how a hero falls in love with one of his activities.
  • Write about a time when someone/something stole your heart.
  • Write about a generation ship Valentine’s Day party as told by the matriarch.
  • Write about a heartbreaking episode from a childhood friend’s perspective.
  • Write about a date that did not go at all well, but because of Valentine’s Day and a special gift, it was a tad better.
  • Write a story about a woman who convinces her boyfriend of ten years to come over for dinner on Valentine’s Day.
  • Let’s write about being in a car accident on Valentine’s Day.
  • I can’t put into words how happy Valentine’s Day makes me.
  • Stacy recalls her dream date with George. Notice how you can use dialogue in a longer description.
  • The doorbell rings and my heart skips…
  • Write about an act of kindness that you would like to be remembered for.
  • Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year.  In addition to writing about the holiday, please take time to plan a special Sunday.
  • Valentine’s Day is the worst day of the year.
  • Little crushes can cause big problems.
  • Write about your crush, and you can’t tell anyone about it.
  • Write about a person you’ve met who has a unique relationship with animals.
  • Write about a prank gone wrong during Valentine’s Day.
  • Three people are sitting together at a very romantic restaurant on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about something unusual you have done on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about how your personality and your partner’s personality clash because of Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day is creeping up on us. People are scrambling.
  • Write about two characters shifting from hating each other to falling in love.
  • You’re dating this guy for three months and then one day he randomly punches you. He calls you every name in the book and then says that because you bled you’re not his girlfriend anymore. Discuss your feelings.
  • Fifteen ways to show your love.
  • My first Valentine’s Day doesn’t go as planned.
  • What would happen on Valentine’s if you or your significant other broke up with you/them right  before Valentine’s Day?
  • Write about your first encounter with love.
  • Write about a first kiss.
  • Write about your favorite type of card.
  • My best friend has been on Valentine’s Day the entire time we’ve been in school.
  • Valentine’s Day started in medieval times because of the birds and bees. Tell about a person who brought the holiday to your area.
  • Make a valentine for someone you care deeply about.
  • Write about strong family love.
  • My best Valentine’s Day ever was spent alone.
  • Superman was forced to bring his wife flowers for Valentine’s Day and did not know why.
  • Flowers are the symbol of Valentine’s Day.
  • Talk about feeling incomplete or misunderstood on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the difference between love and hate.
  • Imagine you are a girl and you hate Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about an extravagant Valentine’s Day gift.
  • Write about the best valentine poem ever written.
  • Write about the first time you gave your significant other something really meaningful.
  • Write about happiness or sadness surrounding Valentine’s Day.
  • A visit to the zoo reveals a lot about human behavior.
  • I’ve never celebrated Valentine’s Day before.
  • Write about two people with secret crushes.
  • My sweetheart sent me gourmet chocolates.
  • Write about two people who are in love, but must party forever.
  • Research about a foreign country’s views on Valentine’s Day, and write about it.
  • I asked my boyfriend/girlfriend for too much on Valentine’s Day and he/she turned me down.
  • What you believe in never fails to show up in your life.
  • You ate a lot of food and didn’t feel so well the next day.
  • Rewrite some famous love poems in your own words.
  • Write about setting a bad example for your children.
  • Valentine’s Day is about having fun when you do not have a date.
  • Why did it take so long for the lovers to get together?
  • What character from a movie or story would be the perfect Valentine?
  • Write about a girl with terrible luck and a guy who thinks it’s the most beautiful thing.
  • Write about the continuing mystery of a finger ring found in a strange place.
  • Stand in front of a mirror and write about the person inside your mind..
  • They say you don’t throw the World Series in April, but in a pinch you can always throw a no-hitter. And Valentine’s Day is like that. It’s the busiest romantic holiday of the year, but if you are new to the day then it won’t cost you too much to throw some shade–or maybe a little joy. Or maybe it makes a great platform to showcase your school of thought on the opposite sex. But first, sober up. After all, you don’t want to let this monumental day go down the drain…especially if it’s your first time at the hop.
  • Write about a couple who fell in love based on a lie.
  • Write about a kidnapper whose most captive victim is her love interest.
  • Write about someone’s first Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a time in grade school where you gave your crush a valentine.
  • Never forget the one who gave you THAT gift.
  • Write a movie scene involving a Valentine’s gift.
  • Reflect on the historical significance of Valentine’s Day.
  • My uncle and aunt always give me a card with ten dollars on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a teenager who, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, takes his/her family’s struggles and focuses on little things that bring them happiness.
  • Do you believe in love at first sight? Write about it.
  • Valentines and chocolate go hand in hand. What does the perfect Valentine’s package include for you?
  • Write about characters that do not like Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about something funny happening because of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a high school valentine’s day dance.
  • Write about the person your mother wanted you to fall in love with.
  • Write about one secret you will never tell your sweetheart or spouse about.
  • You and a friend drive through a snowstorm to be with someone special.
  • Two people that are writing letters to each other on Valentine’s Day.
  • You are behind bars in a terrible prison. An animal lover from the outside sneaks you a Valentine for your pet.
  • Write about a woman trying to get her man something special on Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day is one of the worst times of the year for me because of what happened.
  • A vampire falls in love with a human.
  • Write about a lunatic who won’t take no for an answer.
  • I overheard a conversation that broke my heart.
  • Write about an animal that is being chased by a predator on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about something rotten happening on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about someone at a coffee shop on Valentine’s Day and someone comes in that makes you spin around and it’s someone you never expected.
  • Do you believe in soul mates? Write about that.
  • Write about your dream Valentine’s Day date.
  • Write about how you became part of the family.
  • Write about your worst Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the perfect place for a first date.
  • Write about what you’d do if The One didn’t show up on Valentine’s Day.
  • The old shopkeeper gives the children of the world a special teddy bear stuffed animal on Valentine’s Day every year.
  • Write about the worst Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Some say their high school prom was the most romantic affair they’ve ever had. Write about your experience with the prom.
  • A person working in a bakery observes a customer writing what looks like a Valentine’s Day note.
  • Write about a girl who is hurt on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about teenagers wishing they were in love.
  • What would you do for love?
  • Valentine’s Day is the first year anniversary of those who are in love. It’s not like any other day.
  • Write about married characters sharing gifts.
  • Think about a rumor you’ve heard that has become part of the story of two people who supposedly met secretly on that special day.
  • You just received a box of chocolates… who sent it to you?
  • Write about a character anxiously awaiting mail on February 14th.
  • Write about the reasons why you like Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a child celebrating Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about an important Valentine’s Day moment.
  • Write about a collection of letters.
  • Write about the true heart of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about something that you would give your spouse or significant other on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a previously cold hearted person who falls in love.
  • Write about a Valentine’s Day watch.
  • At this year’s school dance my date discovered my secret.
  • I made a Valentine’s Day present for my crush.
  • There are love stories between friends, parents, and this one between a boy and cat that you should read.
  • Your neighbors see Valentine’s Day differently than you do.
  • Write about a woman cancelling her annual Valentine’s Day date with her husband.
  • This Valentine’s Day, I’ll be spending it alone and unloved.
  • Write about the times you have felt cheated.
  • Write about bringing valentine’s day to enemies.
  • Write about the sweetest romance and the worst break up.
  • Valentine’s Day with Elvis and Marilyn is remembered by their fans.
  • Everyone wants to experience the ultimate Valentine’s Day.
  • A film festival of your favorite love-story films.
  • One of my favorite memories of Valentine’s Day is.
  • My best friend was born on Valentine’s Day.
  • There is a good side to Valentine’s Day, you just find it!
  • Charlie and John were fighting for their life during World War II when they fell in love. What happened?
  • Write about one bad Valentine’s Day experience.
  • Write about two people finding love at a very mature age.
  • Write about a character buying something for himself.
  • Write about a young woman who still lives at home, but wants to move out and be independent. Write about her feelings- why does she want to leave? Why doesn’t she want to leave? Who does she live with?
  • Write about someone different and how they celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Tell the story of how you met a significant other.
  • Characters have to share one heart on Valentine’s Day.
  • Tell the story about a couple that shouldn’t have fallen in love but did anyway.
  • Write about your last Valentine’s Day.
  • On Valentine’s Day, my true love said . . .
  • Valentine’s Day comes up at work. Everyone is happy and getting chocolates. You remember that you have no boyfriend and being single really sucks.
  • Write whenever the spirit moves you.
  • Write a poem about a cupcake.
  • Write about a crush you had.
  • Write about where you want to go on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a child who experiences love the first time.
  • My boyfriend vandalized a supermarket during Valentine’s Day because he thought it looked bad.
  • Black cats are said to be considered good luck in February.
  • Write about your favorite non-traditional Valentine’s day memory.
  • Write about someone who has ever been broken hearted, and how they coped with it.
  • Write about two characters planning a romantic evening.
  • Two middle school students fall in love.
  • Write about an argument between a boyfriend and girlfriend on Valentine’s Day.
  • If you get to have lunch with one famous couple or famous person, tell them why you like them.
  • The most romantic thing I’ve ever seen was…
  • There will never be another Valentine’s Day like the one when…
  • Write about an idea of your own, whether you want to write a story, poem, or letter.
  • Discuss a holiday that you celebrated that might be a little strange.
  • Things that happened on Valentine’s Day became my secret for writing my horror story.
  • Write about a child’s memory of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the cruelest Valentine’s prank you’ve ever seen or heard of.
  • Any of the above ideas can lead to a book when the answer is devised.
  • Write about the most annoying Valentine’s Day gift ever.
  • Write about someone who is kind to everyone. Write about a person who seeks the spotlight. Write about someone who always tries to make others laugh. Write about a person who is a thief. Write about a person who always dresses up for Valentine’s Day and brightens people’s days. Write about someone who is miserable on Valentine’s Day. Write about someone who makes handmade gifts. Write about a supervillain. Write about a sweet gift that changes someone’s life. Write about someone who takes a walk. Write about someone who is captivated by beauty. Write about someone who is mean to your favorite character.
  • Think about how you can “eat” or taste something through writing.
  • Write about the most memorable Valentine’s Day surprise.
  • A Valentine’s card from your crush.
  • Valentine’s Day takes some unexpected turns on a family vacation.
  • Write about running into old flames.
  • Valentine’s Day has changed so much over time.
  • Describe your relationship with your partner in one word.
  • Write about a babysitter.
  • Write about what you think would happen if Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet were still alive today.
  • Write about the best surprise you have ever received on February 14th.
  • A bus driver takes a devoted student home, but she has a few things to say about Valentine’s Day.
  • A girl named Pat Person celebrated Valentine’s Day differently based on her personality.
  • Write about finding love where you least expected it.
  • Two people find love waiting in line.
  • Write about how much you care about someone.
  • Write about someone who is wonderful but doesn’t know how wonderful he is.
  • Valentine’s Day has always been my least favorite holiday because of what happened.
  • The dinner was a disaster because of what happened.
  • Two friends in love sit outside on the porch and chat about their Valentine’s Day plans.
  • Write about a special place or event on Valentine’s Day.
  • Wish- of the most romantic Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about the relationship you value above all others.
  • Writers are in charge of many holidays. However, they are not in charge of Valentine’s Day.
  • People have different ideas on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the first Valentine’s Day that was celebrated.
  • Write about the agony of choosing a Valentine’s Day gift.
  • Write about someone who develops a crush on someone they shouldn’t.
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  • Write about the birth of February 14th. Are the origins of Valentine’s Day better left forgotten?
  • Write about someone falling in love with the person’s pet.
  • Write about any unusual Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about an ordinary day turning into one of the most unexpected Valentine’s Days.
  • Write about a surprise gift from a loved one.
  • Write about a romantic location for Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a story about your first valentine.
  • Children once used to make Valentine cards for adults they loved. Write about a little child making Valentine cards for his/her parents.
  • Some of the world’s most famous politicians are secretly members of the Valentine’s Day Club.
  • Something odd has happened to me on Valentine’s Day.
  • You find yourself handed a special key for a closet door. The instructions say that it will grant you a wish. Behind that door you open is the surprise of your life. Write about what is behind the door for you.
  • From a parent’s perspective, write about a funny Valentine’s Day story.
  • Write about how important relationships are to you and how it would affect your life if you had no romantic love.
  • Discuss your favorite pairing or coupling for a piece of media or a work or play in any format.
  • Write about answering the question, “What are you doing for Valentine’s Day?”
  • Write about the most romantic Valentine’s Day ever. Include great sex and well…bacon.
  • Write about the funniest gift you’ve ever received on Valentine’s Day.
  • Pretend you fell in love with your best friend. Share your experience and what you’ll do going forward.
  • Write about three people stuck on an island for three days.
  • Write about how you’re going to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day is a day for kids to celebrate love. Pay attention to the ones you love today.
  • Write about someone who didn’t receive a card on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a love poem for someone that is no longer with you.
  • Write about a love that is enduring and constant over time.
  • People send messages across the country to be delivered on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a story about a first date gone wrong.
  • Write about someone you hate who has no idea how you feel.
  • Write about being in love with someone else when you’re already in a committed relationship.
  • Write about a little girl named Emily who has wonderful dreams about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the precautions people must take on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a couple with a long distance relationship, then how they fix their problem and then celebrate Valentine’s Day together.
  • After a fight, a couple takes a holiday and goes to a small village far, far away.
  • Write about your least favorite Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about love at home versus love at first sight.
  • You wake up on the morning of Valentine’s Day, but something is very wrong.
  • Write about Valentine’s Day from the point of view of a constipated overworked teller at the city’s bank.
  • Write about a pet store creating a human-animal hybrid for the purpose of love.
  • Write about how the economy has changed the way we celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day is usually spent with the one we love. But this year, your best friend is in town and you think they’re the one. Your best friend thinks they’re the one. You’re in a quandary on what to do.
  • The person you love has a romantic Valentine’s Day planned, but something comes up and you can’t do anything about it, so they have to come up with a new plan.
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  • To show your love for another person, write about it.
  • A high school girl and a university boy’s friendship evolves into love on Valentine’s Day.
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  • Write about a character who gives up a bunch of Valentine’s Day dates due to a new job.
  • Write about the most dreaded Valentine’s Day of your life.
  • Write about two people who don’t get along but then share a romantic moment together.
  • Write about the one person you should have never loved.
  • Write about the day before Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about what floats your boat on Valentine’s Day
  • Write about a woman who uses her charm to frame and manipulate men.
  • Write a scene about a wife and husband preparing for Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a child wanting to kiss the one he loves on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a Valentine’s Day poem.
  • Write about Snow White strolling through a rose garden.
  • A boy has to choose between his love for his dog and his love for a girl.
  • Valentine’s Day is confusing at first.
  • Write about a Valentine’s gift that redeemed someone.
  • A couple, young and in love, find themselves stranded in the wilderness.
  • Write about a Valentine that is so good it makes everyone jealous.
  • Valentine’s Day turns ugly for men.
  • Chris has always been the most popular guy in school, Ashley the smartest, and Rachel the prettiest. On Valentine’s Day sharing cards, kisses, and conversations all mixed together. Ashley turns to Chris, kisses him, and says “I never felt this way until now,” Chris responds “I feel the same way.”
  • Write about engaging in illicit activity for the Valentine’s Day gift you had your heart set on.
  • How did your most recent Valentine’s Day go?
  • Write about the most luxurious present your loved one ever gave you.
  • Write about a secret admirer in your life.
  • Write about someone who loves Valentine’s Day more than anyone else.
  • A young woman must go back to the ex-boyfriend who broke her heart.
  • Valentine’s Day is spent by a great scientist.
  • Three love stories that were all inspired by Shakespeare.
  • Escaping the rain, they were safe under the shelter of a run-down old barn, sheltered from the wind, yet the rain kept coming. The rain might have been cold but they were warm …………..
  • The rest of my family never got what Valentine’s Day meant to me. Write about what you think your family thinks about you.
  • Write about a Valentine’s day kiss that was perfect in every way.
  • Write about your fictional dream date.
  • My parents always act so stupid on Valentine’s Day because…
  • Write about love that is secret or forbidden.
  • Write about something that reminded you of your spouse during Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a poem about true romance.
  • Valentine’s Day is the worst day ever because of what happened.
  • Write about a person who is always afraid that they will lose their Valentine’s Day date.
  • Three people must come together to save the world. They use the last box of Valentine’s Day chocolates to make this possible.
  • Write about a first date that didn’t quite go the way you planned and was flawless.
  • Write about a person who doesn’t believe in love. Write about that person falling in love.
  • Write about the one person who is not on the list of people you normally give Valentine’s Day gifts to.
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  • Write a letter from the perspective of a vampire who is in love with a human.
  • Write about a time when you gave a hopeless romantic a reason to believe.
  • You are secretly in love with the most popular girl in school.
  • A person’s red-ness, green-ness, or blue-ness really comes out on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a time when birds made everyone believe love was in the air.
  • Celebrate ‘Single Awareness Day.’
  • What makes a relationship last?
  • Think of a place in which only two people could spend Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a poet who writes a love letter to another poet.
  • Write about V-Day, or whatever day you’re celebrating romance!
  • A widow reminisces about lost loves.
  • It’s difficult for me to celebrate Valentine’s Day because of these memories about my first love.
  • Write about a secret kept for a long time.
  • I always wanted my first real date to be on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a person or group of people who made Valentine’s Day special.
  • Was Valentine’s Day always a holiday? How did it become popular? Did it used to be a big deal and why isn’t it anymore?
  • Write about your family’s first Valentine’s Day together.
  • A psycho stalks the student body and murders a guy who told his girlfriend he loved her on Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentines is the only holiday that everyone celebrates together.
  • Write ABOUT the most romantic Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about a modern day Romeo and Juliet.
  • Two people fell in love and planted a tree to remember each other.
  • A character should break up with their partner.
  • Write about a particular object that still holds the memory of an old romance.
  • Valentine’s Day went horribly wrong for Mary.
  • Write about a couple who hasn’t known each other too long, but they have fallen in love.
  • Write about your special day.
  • Write about a date gone wrong at a restaurant.
  • Write about a demon or evil creature in love.
  • A woman was walking down the street casually when her life is about to change forever.
  • Write about the teacher’s favorite holiday.
  • Write about an elephant who falls in love with a hippo.
  • Write about a fantasy land where it always is Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about someone who has nothing to give on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a vow you made after Valentine’s Day in fourth grade.
  • Write about the perfect Valentine’s Date.
  • Write about your first memory of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a man and a woman who were in love, but were not allowed to be together.
  • Write about the young man kissing his lover like a wildfire.
  • Write a letter to the heart of your beloved.
  • The poem “Roses are Red Violets Are Blue” is a great way to describe Valentine’s Day.
  • A time traveler goes back in time for his Valentine and brings gifts to a person who is already dead.
  • Write about what you will do to celebrate with your loved one.
  • On the same night as Valentine’s Day, another holiday has a special meaning for a character.
  • The best gift you ever received.
  • A man goes into a butcher shop and asks for a large bag of cow bones.
  • Write about your worst Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write a poem about life without love.
  • Write two reasons why you love your significant other.
  • Write about a person who is disillusioned about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a love that was not meant to be.
  • Write about two people falling in love for the first time.
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  • Write about what you would do if you received flowers like this .
  • Unable to find peace at home, a woman runs to a monastery where she is able to find the love she seeks.
  • Write about a strange love triangle.
  • Write about people going out on the best Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write a letter from a person to his newly-born child.
  • Write about the most romantic love proposal.
  • A woman expresses the regrets of waiting too long to tell the man she loves how she feels.
  • The Valentines that people send are more important than Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a first date that came to an abrupt halt.
  • Write a poem or story about the perfect present.
  • I disappointed someone with a gift for Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentines, it seems the perfect time for me to seek you out again.
  • Valentine’s Day can be remembered for one exceptional moment.
  • A Valentine for the Cupid of Your Dreams
  • Write a story with a little white lie.
  • A psychic reader gets Santa Claus to fall in love by telling him that this girl has the wrong gift.
  • Write to your current or former significant other about how they’ve changed your life for the better.
  • Write about someone who loves their body.
  • Write a love letter to someone special.
  • Describe an object that would tell us something about you.
  • A character writes a poem for his or her beloved. If possible, incorporate the poem into the story.
  • Watching the entire Earth celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a first date during Valentine’s Day.
  • Writing about your lover’s definition of love is different from yours.
  • Write about the most romantic and best thing that has ever happened to you on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a candy wrapper that you want.
  • There is a new tradition about to be created on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about two people having a conversation about their relationship in detail.
  • Write about the best Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about your favorite Valentine’s gift ever.
  • Tell the story of one of your children when they were little finding a sweetheart.
  • Write a letter to anyone you care about.
  • Valentine’s Day may not be as important as valentines themselves.
  • Write about a holiday that is unique in your country.
  • When two people fall in love, they tend to act a certain way. Write about
  • Give advice on how to make it a perfect night
  • Valentine’s Day is a day to receive gifts.
  • Write about the date you were on but wasn’t so good.
  • Write about a wedding anniversary or the first Valentines Day after another big event.
  • Sample Valentine’s Day Short Story Titles
  • Write about secret admirers getting together.
  • Write about mixed emotions over Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the best present you’ve ever received from a friend.
  • Compare your own relationship to the different relationships around you.
  • Write about the young man who gave your wife flowers on Valentine Day.
  • Write a trip report from your favorite vacation destination.
  • Write about a male in-law and a female in-law, how they met, and their marriage.
  • Write about a group of friends celebrating a Valentine’s Day together.
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  • Describe the first time you gave someone a Valentine’s gift.
  • The best gifts are homemade.
  • Write about love lost.
  • Poems about love, sugar, and spice
  • Write about getting a heart shape box of chocolates or a box of candy where one is shaped like a heart.
  • I would describe my girlfriend by saying…
  • Share five secrets/confessions about yourself that you’d like to get off your chest at the moment.
  • This interview would probably happen on Valentine’s Day if it were real.
  • Write about a purple bug that has always been miserable, but then meets someone special when they least expect it.
  • A counselor says an upcoming romantic holiday can be the perfect time to tell a secret admirer how you feel.
  • Valentine’s Day is so different over the years.
  • Write about a crush that never worked.
  • Write a love letter from one holiday to another.
  • I’ve been having the worst Valentine’s Day. Write about what happened.
  • Ryoko writes love letters to Victor, the boy she has a crush on in the 10th grade.
  • Write about the most memorable Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your most beautiful Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a childhood memory of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about why you want to spend Valentine’s Day on vacation.
  • Write about a family whose family tree is the best and most romantic gift.
  • Write about how you show your love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about an intersex friend giving you advice about Valentine’s Day.
  • When Jessica’s two best friends fall in love with each other, things get chaotic.
  • Write about a person who finds true love on a sinking ship.
  • Create a top 10 list about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the first Valentine’s Day you remember.
  • Write about a person who does not want to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • People around the world are not as open about their feelings as they might seem.
  • On Valentine’s Day, a kid gets detention with the principal’s wife.
  • Write about a person remembering his/her first Valentine’s Day and include a twist ending.
  • Make up a card to give someone who gave you support.
  • Write about a couple on their first Valentine’s Day together.
  • Write about a person who learned to give himself or herself freely with no expectations.
  • If you haven’t seen it, watch the movie Memento. It gives insight into the minds of people with memory disorders. Write about a traumatic memory from childhood or adulthood.
  • I once broke up with someone on Valentine’s Day, and it was as miserable as you think it is.”
  • Write a letter to Santa explaining why you are qualified for good grades.
  • Write about a corporate project designed to make couples fall in love.
  • Describe the motives of a person sabotaging what could be the most romantic Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about a one-sided crush on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about how you met your best friend on Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day is rolling around and you never know what the day is going to hold.
  • My darling’s laugh is a fitting motif for this special day.
  • Write about a person who hates Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a lost love and how the person was able to keep the love for so long.
  • Write about something you want to give to a special person.
  • Write about deceitful valentines.
  • Write about a family who is affected by Valentine’s Day for many reasons.
  • Write about a Valentine’s Day gift that you sent to yourself or that was sent to you.
  • Write about a young couple who get engaged on Valentine’s Day and the thoughts they had.
  • Write about a boy getting a girl a special Valentine’s Day gift.
  • Valentine’s Day is easily the most stressful day in high school.
  • One single Valentine’s Day forever altered the course of all time.
  • A lonely heart person spends Valentine’s Day with a new friend.
  • Write about grandma’s secret recipe for romantic chocolate mousse.
  • Write about the best relationship you ever had.
  • What did you get the person you fell in love with for Valentine’s Day?
  • Write about a woman who is afraid she won’t find love.
  • Tell about the best gift he/she ever bought for you.
  • The way my ex-boyfriend sent Valentine’s Day cards was sweet.
  • Write about neighborhood kids getting together for an impromptu Valentine’s party.
  • Elves celebrate Valentine’s Day in unique ways.
  • Write about how a person’s perspective changes after receiving a Valentine’s Day card.
  • Write about a single dad who’s been juggling everything by himself.
  • A person falls in love with a celebrity and risks everything to get close to him.
  • Write about the best gift you ever received on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your love-hate relationship.
  • Valentine’s day goes terribly wrong, but for a good reason.
  • Valentine’s Day is very important to me because.
  • Come on and fill out this Valentine’s Day Mad-Lib Write about two exes that run into each other and start dating again.
  • Write about plans leading up to Valentine’s Day.
  • Share a story about when someone gave you chocolate for Valentine’s Day that was just right.
  • Write about something that you hope your crush will say on Valentine’s Day.
  • Talk about a time you did not treat yourself with love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about someone being mean to their partner on Valentine’s Day and how they make it up to them.
  • Two people who are complete opposites fall in love over Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about what will happen on Valentine’s Day in the future.
  • Write about falling in love with a breakfast cereal.
  • Write about a secret you planned on keeping, but it was revealed by something unexpected.
  • Write about the imaginary dream date you always had.
  • You’re not brave enough to tell the truth about what you’re thinking of in this situation…
  • A famous author who interprets his or her Valentine’s Day with famous characters from a novel or series that he or she has written.
  • Describe what people will do for love.
  • Valentine’s Day is the time for declarations of love.
  • This year my sister and best friend are celebrating Valentine’s Day together.
  • Write about a time when love was on your mind.
  • Write about a person who is obsessed with perfection.
  • Write about your first experience going with someone to buy Valentine’s Day gifts.
  • Discuss how love can bring people together.
  • Write about a sibling who goes overboard on Valentine’s day with presents.
  • The difference between romance and true love.
  • On Valentine’s Day, a woman finds out a dark secret about her husband.
  • Write about a child’s interpretation of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a man and his wife.
  • Write about a young girl fighting with her boyfriend over whether they should be back together.
  • A lonely girl finds love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the worst incident you ever had trying to find the perfect Valentine’s Day card.
  • Valentine’s Day is about celebrating love. Write about something you love.
  • Describe the most cunning, diabolical Valentine’s Day prank you’ve ever heard or seen.
  • If you are in a long distance relationship write about what you are each doing.
  • All Cat’s Valentine’s Day mischief and chaos!
  • Religion and Valentine’s Day are often portrayed as two opposing forces.
  • Make up dialogue between two characters about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a Valentine’s Day present that is really expensive.
  • Write about your most special Valentine and why.
  • Write about the person you share your Valentine’s Day dinner with.
  • Write about a single person’s stunning realization of observing other happy couples at the mall, the grocery store, or other public places.
  • Write a story exactly as if you were happening now. Actually call everyone by their real names, etc.
  • Side by side, they wrote their endings decades before.
  • Write about the first time you had your heart broken.
  • For Valentine’s Day, a grandmother purposely enlists the help of her guests to win at romance once and for all.
  • Write a love story about a famous African-American couple.
  • Two people who were estranged have a romantic reunion.
  • The Love Curse of Valentine’s Day happens. My chances for a happy ending grow smaller.
  • Write about an encounter on Valentine’s Day.
  • Writing Prompts with Similar Themes
  • When told that nature abhors a vacuum, his most significant accomplishment was flushing the toilet his dad made.
  • Describe something you dislike finding in your Valentine’s Day basket.
  • Write about a friend who is loved like a boyfriend. Write about someone who you or someone else thinks is a member of your family. Write about a stray animal who is welcomed into your home. Write a sad story about hearts cut in half. Write a sad story about thoughts of suicide. Write about a mother who feels like her child’s life is ending because of the child’s serious illness. Write about a happy memory that you will always treasure. Write about falling in love in a nursing home. Write about not being able to fall in love because you feel like you are missing body parts. Write about elderly people having outdoor sex in public and getting caught. Write about repentance for doing naughty things like teasing, texting and driving recklessly. Write about repentance for gossiping and telling lies. Write about repentance for holding against someone a sin/caused harm done to you by someone else. Write about repentance for thinking child molestation is so bad that you would not want to date someone tried for child
  • Write about the most memorable Valentine’s Day gift you have ever received.
  • Write about how Valentine’s Day changed your life.
  • Write about a romantic story you would like your children to read.
  • Two people who were never supposed to love each other find their way into each other’s hearts.
  • After the break-up, write about what Valentine thinks of Valentine’s Day now.
  • Write about a teen who really wants to go into his dad’s workshop and look for valentines from his mother but when he finally gets the courage to go inside he accidentally finds a hidden box and discovers some very shocking information about his mom.
  • Write about a moment your significant other took you for a special walk.
  • Valentine’s Day has an evil side and it usually has something to do with chocolate.
  • A person finds love unexpectedly on Valentine’s Day!
  • According to the merchant, the most romantic day of the year is Fast Love.
  • Write about a love letter that is given after or during the Holiday season.
  • Explain how you know someone loves you.
  • Valentine’s Day is a day for lovers all over the world.
  • Write about the best or the worst Valentine’s Day present you have received.
  • Write about the tradition of wearing polka-dotted underwear on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a first kiss on Valentine’s Day.
  • My own words about Valentine’s Day
  • Write about your adventures with a devoted animal companion. Happy writing and good luck!
  • Tell the story behind something you received on Valentine’s Day.
  • People demonstrate that they care on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about two children who compete to see who has the tastiest sweetheart candies.
  • Write about someone that always has your back.
  • Write about a first date that was the best ever.
  • Write about Santa Claus meeting your significant other’s parents for the first time in the most amazing way.
  • Share a romantic story of when you knew you were falling in love.
  • Write about true love.
  • Write all about being single and stranded on Valentine’s Day.
  • People should be given suggestions on when Valentine’s Day should be celebrated.
  • Imagine that thine mother inviteth thee to spend the day with her, but her company is less than pleasing. The person with whom thine mother wishes to spend the day has asked thine friendless uncle to bring thee alone. What doest thou do? Include detailed descriptions of the trade goods and finished products the cool country will bring from the country to be named.Do the people in thine kingdom have a good time at Christmas? What hast thou done to make their celebration more enjoyable?
  • Write about a single mom on Valentine’s Day.
  • Five elementary school kids make an addition to what Valentine’s Day really should be.
  • Write about secrets made and discovered on Valentine’s Day.
  • Maybe you don’t like Valentine’s Day. Write about that.
  • Write about the most bitter Valentine’s Day possible.
  • Write about the man or woman of your dreams.
  • Write about a person who gives the perfect Valentine’s Day gift to their wife or husband.
  • Write about characters that are planning a Valentine’s Day Date.
  • Write about a time when somebody gave you the perfect gift.
  • Imagine you are in love with someone and would like to…
  • My fiance gave me the perfect Valentine’s Day gift this year.
  • Write about a person or couple that celebrates Valentine’s Day on a special day of the year.
  • Write about two people who find out they’re built for each other on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a prediction about what Valentine’s Day will be like in one hundred years.
  • Write about what kind of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a moment of discovery for a long term couple after many years together.
  • Write about how you got a date on Valentine’s Day.
  • Share the story of the man or woman you will eventually marry.
  • Describe yourself.
  • Write about the moment you first fell in love.
  • The pet store loves Valentine’s Day because of the spike in sales of their fluffy pets.
  • Have mercy!!”
  • Write about people who meet for the first time on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about an experience you had at first sight or a first date.
  • Write about a current example of true love.
  • When the mountain fell on him a search and rescue team finally reached the castaway sixty years later.
  • Write a love letter to your cat, dog or guinea pig.
  • It was my first Valentine’s Day with my girlfriend after confessing my feelings to her.
  • Write about your favorite song about Valentine’s Day
  • Write about how you propose to your significant other without having to use the word “propose.”
  • Someone made a remark against people who are single on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the dumbest way anyone has ever asked another person out. You can write in first or third person if pertinent details only reside in a particular character’s perspective.
  • Two friends, a dog, and a cat invent an interesting Valentine’s Day.
  • Think about each aspect of Valentine’s Day, e.g. love, candies, and greeting people.
  • Valentine’s Day is stressful for me, because.
  • Mashup a life event and a popular song into a screenplay.
  • Write about a romantic letter that never reached its intended recipient.
  • Write about a magical Valentine that you experienced.
  • Write about the story of a man who secretly bought tickets for two for a Valentine’s Day trip. He leaves them in the hollow of his lover’s favorite tree, planning to meet her at night. When he arrives, he is shocked to find her with someone else.
  • Write about your first kiss.
  • Write about the best or worst Valentine’s ever.
  • Write about the most important person in your life.
  • Write about a family trying to be normal but their hopes and dreams are crushed when one of their family members develops an illness.
  • Kevin spotted a cute blonde at school.
  • Delouse is a horrible valentine’s day treat.
  • Valentine’s Day is over and a heartless husband agrees to divorce his wife.
  • Write about the person you love.
  • Write about giving and receiving gifts.
  • Be careful not to get caught up in playing the same card with the same person.
  • Write about a person caught in the middle of a love triangle.
  • Write about falling in love over the internet.
  • Write about an awkward date on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about what Valentine’s Day-themed films you would most like to see.
  • Write about this imaginary place.
  • Write a Valentine’s Day message.
  • You receive an anonymous Valentine’s Day note.
  • Write a poem about faithful love.
  • Write about a character who uncovers a long-lost secret about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about how a couple falls in love.
  • Nashville has lots of romantic sites, which means lots of couples come to visit.
  • People display their love for each other in many ways.
  • Write about chocolate being used to win over someone on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a couple that went their separate ways and then discovered romantic happiness.
  • Write about a parent surprising their teenager with a box of candy.
  • Write about the cutest couple ever for Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about all the things that make Valentine’s Day extra special for you.
  • Write a poem about love.
  • Write about young students meeting their first love on Valentine’s Day prior to their wedding.
  • Write about someone you love, lost and then reunited.
  • The police launch an investigation into the murder of one of Ms. Greenway’s students.    They discover that Ms. Greenway was involved with her student, so they question her.
  • Write about someone who’s lonely on Valentine’s day.        “The Writer’s List of Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts.” Genre Writer. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Feb. 2013.
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  • Famous people fall in love for the first time on Valentine’s Day.
  • People should celebrate on Valentine’s Day because of what happened.
  • Write something realistic about a person who loathes Valentine’s Day.
  • The moment your beloved said “I love you” is one you can never forget. Write about it.
  • Write about a pair of skates on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a character who falls in love with their best friend’s or sibling’s significant other.
  • Explain why you think Valentine’s Day is popular.
  • Dear diary, write about my day.
  • Write about the love an orphan feels for his parents.
  • A husband rediscovers his love for his wife.
  • Write about a “culinary critic.” Write about Valentine’s Day from different perspectives.
  • Tell about a dream you had about Valentines.
  • Adult Valentine’s Day is nothing like kid’s Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about two guests at an inn. They are dating but the innkeeper is unhappy about that.
  • Write about a time you accept the fact you cannot win.
  • When My Gramps Met Grandma
  • I hate Valentine’s Day because my husband always waits until the last minute to buy me chocolate.
  • Write about the most over-the-top wedding proposal you ever heard of.
  • Write about a time when your love was threatened.
  • A servant girl or a peasant gets pregnant two days before Valentine’s Day.
  • It’s Valentine’s Day, and everything is not what it was supposed to be.
  • The florist managed to keep the florist shop open today, but she was very busy.
  • Show how you can’t buy love.
  • Write about a dream come true arising out of a Valentine’s Day wish.
  • Write about a first date that went terribly wrong.
  • Falling in love with a best friend changes your life forever.
  • Write about sharing special secrets over chocolate-covered strawberries.
  • Write a poem about your greatest love.
  • Write either from the perspective of the person giving or receiving two boxes on Valentine’s Day. They bring something different to cheer the other person.
  • A popular movie is getting a sequel. Write its title.
  • Send this Valentine’s Day in a time machine to a loved one you can never see again.
  • Write about a proposal.
  • Write about a woman who reluctantly writes her future husband’s name on her list.
  • Write about the most romantic person and how he or she falls in love.
  • Write about why it is important to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about Bill Gates in your story. Does he give away
  • Write about a person who gave a gift that ruined one’s life.
  • Write about what a dress or shirt looks like from the point of view of the fabric.
  • About black valentine cards.
  • Valentine’s Day is even more special when someone special greets you.
  • It is a work of art in silver, but looks like a photograph of an exotic bird.
  • Write about your last breakup.
  • Write about a love poem inspired by what happened on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about how a breakup has affected you.
  • My perfect Valentine’s Day would be set on this specific day and include these details.
  • Write about love found and snatched away.
  • Write about the most romantic night.
  • Write about the time you gained the courage to tell your secret crush how you really felt.
  • Write about a person left behind during a disaster.
  • Write about a Miss/Mr Right chocolate that melted.
  • Someone is getting married for the first time, and no one will be upset by this news.
  • Parents arguing on Valentine’s Day can leave deep scars on their children. Write about that.
  • Write about your most awkward Valentine’s Day.
  • Describe your love in a few words.
  • Write about two characters who won’t admit they’re in love with each other.
  • Write about a mother finding love again.
  • Write about being completely smitten with someone.
  • Bad Valentine’s Day
  • Write about a woman whose life changes because of her Valentine’s Day she shared with her husband.
  • A janitor decides to throw a surprise Valentine’s Day party for his boss with Angelina as help.
  • Write about what you know most about love.
  • Write about a dream come true or something that will surely occur even if it has not yet happened.
  • Write about one person leaving you unexpectedly.
  • Surprise a friend with a creative Valentine’s Day card or gift.
  • Write about falling in love with someone despite being complete opposites.
  • Make up a love story about two people you know.
  • Write about a hometown celeb or someone who used to live in your hometown who is internationally known.
  • Write about a date you had on Valentine’s Day.
  • My special someone has come and gone, but Valentine’s Day will always be a part of my memories.
  • A strange event on Valentine’s Day affects a family.
  • Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a day to shower someone with gifts. Write your own tale about shopping for your sweetheart.
  • Write about breaking or setting a heart-shaped chocolate.
  • Something significant or momentous happened on Valentine’s Day.
  • The lover tore the paper of a card and fell in love at first sight with the girl holding it.
  • Write about what happens to Romeo and Juliet on Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day should be renamed “Cupid Day” for the s…
  • Write about a chauvinistic male being put in his place by a female.
  • Write about your favorite pair of shoes.
  • Write about what you’ll probably do for Valentine’s Day this year.
  • Write about a dream or fantasy on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your true and most heartbreaking Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about an obstacle keeping lovers from spending Valentine’s Day together.
  • The groom wore a kilt. The women who weren’t wearing bright pink satin dresses, wore guinea-green.
  • Write about one of your favorite I.P. relationships.
  • Write about how a spark is ignited.
  • It’s Valentine’s Day, and you find out that your true love is a celebrity.
  • Write about one of the favorite movie scenes that reminded you of the person you love.
  • Write about someone who lost their partner.
  • Show all parts of a relationship between a boy and a girl in different situations.
  • Write a poem about two people who had never been able to get along but finally compromise to celebrate Valentine’s Day together.
  • Valentines from long ago usually had a story involving animals.
  • Write a note and give it to your love.
  • Write about a character who fears losing something important to him.
  • Doc hired a woman to sit in wait at the airport gate for her American soldier so she could make him see how valuable she was in his life.
  • A young woman, caring for her dying grandfather, gets a surprise visit from her sister.
  • Write a poem or song about love.
  • Write about the worst Valentine’s Day ever.
  • My greatest love for someone happened during Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day felt special for a reason.
  • Write about a terrible Valentine’s Day present.
  • Write about V-Day during a zombie apocalypse.
  • Write about what Valentine’s Day would be like in the future.
  • Write about a person who makes a unique Valentine’s Day gift.
  • I spent my Valentine’s Day at home this year, avoiding conversations about my breakup.
  • Our first time back in love after a break-up.
  • Write about two people’s first Valentine’s Day together.
  • Ways to Know When Someone You Love is Disappearing.
  • Write a time-travel story or a journal entry from your date.
  • This is a difficult prompt to write for. The reader doesn’t know why the holiday is the most memorable day.
  • A celebration of love turns deadly.
  • Write about a moment you will always remember between you and your significant other.
  • Read about these famous pairings who fell in love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the one person who changed your life.
  • Write about opposing Valentine’s Day traditions.
  • Write about a celebrity couple celebrating Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a Valentine’s Day poem to someone special.
  • That is my favorite Valentine’s Day story because…
  • Write about an extremely annoying Valentine’s Day.
  • Someone should be loved on Valentine’s Day. Write about why someone should be loved on Valentine’s Day and why that person should be him/her.
  • Colors always help create the mood.
  • Write about a secret romance your teacher had with a student.
  • I hope that you enjoyed these creative writing prompts about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a story in which everything is going badly on Valentine’s Day, but then a miracle happens.
  • Write about the most romantic day ever.
  • Write about valentines landing on earth and what happens when they fall into the wrong hands.
  • Write about your idea of a dream date.
  • Write about a day in the life of your favorite WWE superstar on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about best friends who do Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day isn’t just about finding true love. It’s about being with a special person.
  • I remember the most romantic Valentine’s Day of my life.
  • Feeling in love and trying to win that special someone was not an easy task in times past.
  • Write about a celebrity’s worst Valentine’s Day story.
  • Feel free to get creative and add film references in your article. Now get writing!
  • Write about a child wishing for love.
  • Write about the first time you saw your sweetheart.
  • Write about how you feel the day or weeks leading up Valentine’s Day.
  • Two people write about the bad gifts they gave on Valentine’s Day.
  • Describe how it feels to be in love.
  • Write an impressionist poem about a first kiss on Valentine’s Day.
  • Look deep into your heart and write about the things which matter most to you.
  • They didn’t always celebrate Valentine’s Day and are about to celebrate their first one.
  • I still can’t believe it was really true.
  • Write about a bad Valentine’s Day date that became an online romance.
  • Write about a lover who won’t let go.
  • Write about Love
  • Ladybugs are known for scoping out the best Valentine’s Day presents on leaves.
  • History of Valentine’s Day
  • Your female protagonist could have a crush on the boy next door. She writes him a poem. Write the poem.
  • Now write about an adventure in a cave.
  • Write about a person who secretly has a Valentine’s Day tradition that hasn’t yet been shared with his or her spouse.
  • Write about the best gift you have ever given or received.
  • Write about a present that could be taken off and used as a weapon instead.
  • What’s the most unusual gift idea?
  • A woman is forced to believe that her Valentine is alive by her beloved.
  • Write about a person or animal being in love, when love was never good to him.
  • Write about an unhappy Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your favorite true love’s day.
  • My boyfriend surprised me on Valentine’s Day with the roses he sent me. We have been together for one year and three months.
  • Two people are creating a plan to listen to different love songs and see how they change.
  • I used to be hopelessly insecure about the size of my feet and how they looked.
  • Create a love story completely from your middle name and a color.
  • Write about the most tragic Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about a quest to find the perfect Valentine’s card.
  • Write about the greatest love story ever.
  • Write about true love and how it never fades.
  • How to get over a spoiled relationship on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about how to break up with someone on Valentine’s Day. Do it in verse.
  • Write about your strangest Valentine’s Day.
  • When a boy gives a girl a heart shaped valentine, the girl is forced to express her feelings in the most awkward way possible.
  • Write about people who get ahead of themselves on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a lover who is keeping a surprise for Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about something you have lost and are trying to get back.
  • Write about the Chinese New Year. Write about the  Korean New Year. Write about the   Vietnamese New Year.   Write about   other cultures’ New Year’s celebrations.
  • Write about a first date.
  • Write about the most terrible Valentine’s Day you have ever had.
  • Write about your first Valentine’s Day with your spouse/significant other.
  • Write about receiving a Valentine’s Day gift that changes your life forever.
  • Write about a character who is unsure whether he or she should be involved in a relationship.
  • Write about a young boy who loves zoo animals.
  • Write about the shortest relationship ever.
  • Show us how you represent Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your worst Valentine’s Day.
  • Your best romantic Valentine’s experience.
  • Write about going to the dentist.
  • Write about the funniest thing that has happened to you on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a long period of time you spent away from the one you love.
  • Valentine’s Day is a great Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a person who missed the opportunity to ask someone out because they were too discouraged.
  • Write about the most annoying Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Write about a coming-of-age on Valentine’s Day.
  • Roses are red, violets are blue, twilight has never looked so beautiful.
  • Valentine’s Day is my favorite holiday because of these two reasons.
  • I have always been loved by someone who hates me.
  • Write about a person who found another beautiful gift to complement your love.
  • Write about a magical Valentine’s Day. Include at least four magical events.
  • Write about a squirrel who is in love.
  • Write about the best place to have a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner.
  • Thinking of you today, makes my heart flutter.
  • Write about an old love song. Valentine’s Day is just a big commercial celebration.
  • Write about an unlucky couple on Valentine’s Day.
  • Nothing says “I Love You!” more than giving someone roses.
  • Write about a couple that appears to be perfect on the outside, but is not exactly so.
  • Write about a happy couple’s first Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about opposites attracting on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a love story where the romance never blossoms.
  • Write about a loved one who isn’t who they seem.
  • It is important to be aware that you must follow the five paragraph narrative writing pattern when creating a story.
  • Write about a woman expressing her love to a man in a unique way.
  • My best friend and boyfriend are both at a Valentine’s Day party. Write about what happens.
  • Have you ever admired someone from a distance, wishing you could be more than just friends.
  • Write about lost love.
  • A person gets into a car accident, and it turns out that the other person in the other car is the one he/she has loved for years.
  • April Fools is not only for pranks. Write about someone who received a different kind of joke.
  • Write about your favorite thing or a place on Earth.Valentine’s Day poems and love short stories are easy to write. Write about how Valentine’s Day goes with your personality. Write a love story or Christmas poem. What are some things you can do with your valentine on Valentine’s day?
  • Write about the best date you’ve ever been on.
  • Your character discovers his true love in the snow.
  • Describe the most romantic place to go on Valentine’s Day.
  • Tell the story of a hopeless romantic who never rejects anyone.
  • Write about a kid determined to win the “Hearts for Hearts Day” contest.
  • Write about the most unfortunate Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Valentine’s Day was totally wasted on me because…
  • Valentine’s Day always pushes me to decide what my next relationship will be like.
  • Write about the most romantic Valentine’s Day gift you have ever given your significant other.
  • If wishes were fish, my true love’s love would be swimming naked.
  • People can’t agree on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about two people falling in love over conversation.
  • Try writing a poem about your “perfect” mate.
  • At the school dance, Taylor Donovan got drunk and made a fool of himself. He was teased non-stop about that all year. He did get asked to the dance again the following year, which made him think that people forgive and forget easily. This reinforced the lie that he was tricked into believing.
  • Write about a first date that turned out exceptionally well.
  • I can’t believe what  Valentine’s Day has turned into these days.
  • Write about a secret admirer for a Valentine’s Day’s party.
  • A writer decides to give someone a Valentine’s gift they’ll never forget.
  • Write about something you are grateful for.
  • Invite each other out on a Valentine’s Date and recount the good times.
  • Write about two people in a romantic relationship that’s going well.
  • Write about celebrating Valentine’s Day on a tropical island.
  • Write about a dog who was spayed or neutered and what happens when the vet gives it a present of valentines to hand out to keep on spreading the love.
  • Have different friends give the same present to the same person.
  • Write about a couple who remembers their first Valentine’s Day together.
  • Write about celebrating Valentine’s Day while forgetting the holidays before it.
  • We sometimes have a bad day, as opposed to a good one. Write about a bad day at school.
  • A girlfriend in high school loved her Valentine Day Gift.
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  • Write about two people, one asleep and the other awake…
  • Write about a meeting between two people of the same gender.
  • Write about a celebrity and their love life.
  • Write about rain on Valentine’s Day.
  • People react differently to receiving a valentine.
  • Write about a time when the right gift came from the most unexpected source.
  • In the midst of war, two people discover they are soul mates.
  • Write about the last minute holiday decorations.
  • A very shy person gets a makeover and tries to get the attention of the person they love.
  • Write about someone you hurt once but are trying to make it up to them.
  • Valentine’s Day is like Christmas in Andover. Let’s give the readers a hint about what this setting could be. Another idea is that the person writing the essay should leave out a few words such that the reader can supply the missing six words to describe what he or she believes the essay is about based on the photograph.
  • Talk about how you’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a Victorian Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your old Valentine.
  • Write about a wedding anniversary.
  • Write about two polar opposites falling in love.
  • Write about an important Valentine’s Day when you were young.
  • My teacher gave everyone a Valentine last Valentine’s Day but mine was the only one to explode.
  • Write about the difference of what one believes love to be and another person’s version of it.
  • Write about a unique Valentine’s gift.
  • Write about your favorite quotation on love.
  • The number of Valentine’s Day cards received.
  • A dream is about unrequited love scaring the protagonist into cowardice.
  • Valentine’s Day is a time for lovers to show their affection. Write about that.
  • Write an opening scene about a person shopping for valentines.
  • A man surprises his best friend with a getaway for Valentine’s Day.
  • Chocolate can be used as a love potion or as a symbol of love.
  • Write about how a successful marriage begins.
  • How did you celebrate Valentine’s Day?
  • Melissa didn’t have a date for Valentine’s Day because her boyfriend just left her.
  • A couple plans their first Valentine’s Day.
  • The weather on Valentine’s Day is record-breaking, unusual, or just plain weird.
  • Explain what you love most about Valentine’s Day… or about someone else.
  • Write about two people who can’t fall in love.
  • What happens after a well-known romance or love story? That must be Valentine’s Day. Share an upcoming twist or turn in a story that you are writing about two lovers or friends.
  • Write about someone trying to be alone on Valentine’s Day.
  • What does Valentine’s Day symbolize to you?
  • Write about a person who needs to forget their sorrows because of a broken heart.
  • What is the most creative valentine you have ever made?
  • How selfish is it for you to get Valentine’s Day gifts and not share them with those who need them most?
  • Write about two people fighting in the middle of an important Valentine’s Day dinner.
  • Write about a character accidentally breaking their Valentine’s Day date’s heart.
  • Write about someone celebrating Valentine’s Day alone.
  • Write about a Valentine’s Day where snow falls.
  • Write about a little girl disappointed about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a romance that was long distance.
  • Starting last year, adults and kids all around the world will be receiving valentine in different shapes.   My wish is to write a good valentine soon.
  • Write about the perfect date for the perfect couple.
  • Write about a husband who tries to win his wife’s love back in a unique way.
  • Describe the fateful mistake that pulls two people together forever.
  • Write about seeing someone you thought you would never see again.
  • A kite and a balloon in a Valentine’s Day’s parade cause havoc.
  • Write about a character who is hopelessly lovestruck.
  • Create a timeline of romance from birth to the present.
  • A newly married couple has a Valentine’s Day party.
  • Write about the worst Valentine’s Day you ever had and turn it into a comedy.
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  • Write about a cheating heart.
  • Write about a secret that someone doesn’t want to share about how Valentine’s Day affects him.
  • Write about a love triangle that is happening this year.
  • Write about a holiday you were not allowed to experience as a child.
  • Write about a person who waits for love to happen to them.  A person who is not looking.
  • Valentine’s Day is a depressing holiday.
  • Write about a best friend in love with his friend’s girlfriend/boyfriend.
  • Describe the world’s most fabulous Valentine’s Day attire.
  • Write about a girl who does something daring and romantic on Valentine’s Day.
  • “Love is patient, love is kind.” Write about two characters that take a lesson in patience and kindness from Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a man going to any length to win his wife’s heart.
  • Nobody ever seemed to believe my story.
  • It’s too bad that most Valentine’s Day stories are cob sheet love stories.
  • How might a typical celebration of Valentine’s Day in your hometown be different in the future?
  • Write a love story between two very different people.
  • Share a Valentine’s Day memory.
  • Write about a memorable Valentine’s Day and the person you shared it with.
  • We need to share this love by giving cards to sick children at the hospital.
  • Write about a bad day that turned into something special.
  • Write about your thoughts on love.
  • Write about your favorite erotic moment in a romance novel.
  • Write about something you are or were taught at Valentine’s Day school.
  • I wonder what it means when my significant other gives me a certain gift.
  • Write about your first crush.
  • Describe a meaningful card or letter you’ve given or received.
  • Write about the most terrible Valentine’s Day someone ever had.
  • Write the story of the world’s biggest Valentine’s Day.
  • One unexpected thing about my valentine’s last visit to town
  • A woman living alone realizes what Valentine’s Day is all about.
  • Write about uncomfortable flirting.
  • Write about a unique gift.
  • Write about a clumsy Valentine.
  • Children have unique ways of celebrating Valentine’s Day.
  • Valentine’s Day at the beach is always fun, write about a romantic day shared there.
  • A very special Valentine’s Day each and every year.
  • Write a paragraph about the person you feel the most love for.
  • Write about a child’s idea of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a man asking out his high school crush on Valentine’s Day.
  • When Valentine’s Day rolls around, we have to see old lovers.
  • Write about a couple who didn’t get along at first but got close later on.
  • Write about someone even your closest friends find vulgar.
  • Write about the most vile, loathsome person you have ever known.
  • My greatest relationship disaster occurred on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about something/someone you recently forgot, but haven’t yet forgiven yourself.
  • Write about an awkward romantic encounter in the worst possible place.
  • Write about Valentine’s Day from a deceased person’s perspective.
  • Two lovers look back over the Valentine’s Days they shared together.
  • Write a page about what you’d like to tell your lover for Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a letter you received.
  • Share a verse or verse about a holiday of school breaking-up with your mom.
  • Write about your favorite Valentine’s Day memory.
  • Write about someone who usually gives heartbreaking advice giving great advice.
  • Write about a time when your rose got its thorns.
  • Write about how a secret admirer makes your world a better place.
  • Write about a family that celebrates Valentine’s Day together.
  • Name one thing you are grateful for on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a couple falling in love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Kids put together a card for the single children in their school.
  • Write about a rainy Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about at least three valentines you’ve received.
  • Write a love sonnet about what love means to you.
  • Write about going out to a Valentine’s Day party with a crush.
  • Write about the perfect present for the author you are writing a letter to or about.
  • Valentine’s Day is a national day of acknowledgement.
  • A woman shows her love to her husband in many ways.
  • Write about the best gift you have ever received.
  • How to win a girl’s heart on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about two people hating each other until they fall in love.
  • Write about the importance of the gift, don’t judge a gift by its price.
  • Write about your first kiss and the first time you ever did something romantic.
  • Give two choices for special Valentine’s Day jewelry your partner can give you.
  • A conversation about love between two characters.
  • Write about a boy who was never appreciated, until after his death.
  • Write about where you’d want to spend Valentine’s Day.
  • Make up the names of several Valentine candy bars.
  • Write about a widow/widower’s favorite gift on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the power of love to mend a broken heart.
  • The word Valentine’s is derivative from the name of a priest.
  • Have a food writing prompt, then write about something romantic that happened.
  • Put yourself on Valentine’s Day. Write a letter to your beloved expressing how you feel about them.
  • Write a story about a co-worker who seemed like the perfect partner.
  • Share your happy memory of Valentine’s Day during your childhood. Write what it was like and who you enjoyed spending the day with.
  • Valentine’s Day is about proving your love.
  • Write about your love for chocolate.
  • Write about a couple breaking up.
  • A funny Valentine’s Day wish.
  • Write about the most romantic sight you’ve ever seen.
  • Write about the week leading up to Valentine’s Day.
  • Love finally blossomed on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about putting love into a busy schedule.
  • Write about your first Valentine’s Day with your spouse.
  • Write about Valentine’s Day memories young or old.
  • A new style of Valentine’s Days based on superheroes make their debut in the modern world.
  • Write about your favorite way to spend time with someone you love.
  • Valentine’s Day has always been different when it involved Dad.
  • Write about a present you gave that overflowed with love.
  • Compare a magical Valentine’s Day to a normal day.
  • Write about the time your wife caught you when you were cheating.
  • Write about a non romantic best friend becoming romantic.
  • Most women have a secret admirer on Valentine’s Day.
  • Two great friends share everything except their feelings for each other on Valentine’s Day.
  • For someone special, Write about your worst experience on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a couple planning Valentine’s Day for years.
  • Write about two people who are celebrating Valentine’s Day together and are both very scared of being intimate with one another.
  • Write about being left at the altar.
  • An object becomes human and falls in love.
  • Valentine’s Day is enjoyable by people who are seeking something different.
  • Write about expressing your affection with only words.
  • I love watching the birds at my window. They are true romantics.
  • Write a letter to someone you once loved.
  • Write about an undesirable person finding love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a divorce and a woman who doesn’t have feelings for another man until after a man writes her a note about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about lovers separated by time and distance.
  • Valentines are on sale everywhere.
  • Write about your grandparents’ first Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about the worst Valentine’s Day of your life.
  • When is the last time someone told you they loved you?
  • Write about a character who has a hidden interest in helping others.
  • Valentine’s Day plans return to normal after a person dies.
  • Write about a character who sought something for a very long time.
  • Write about a person you know that was very forthright.
  • Write about something you learned about love on Valentine’s Day.
  • Love notes can say many different things. Write about a love note that changed a life.
  • A famous author writes a fictional story about two people who meet on Valentine’s Day and fall in love.
  • Write about a couple that is still in love even though they weren’t meant for each other.
  • Write about a teacher’s Valentine’s gift to a former student.
  • Write about a celebrity who needs advice for the best way to ask someone out on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a love that never gives up.
  • Write about a feeling only another parent can understand.
  • Write about a couple who had their first date on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a rainy Valentine’s Day.
  • The florist, the heart-shaped chocolate box, and the fella in the penguin suit all had the wrong idea about Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a last or first date that goes horribly wrong but is salvaged by an act of kindness.
  • Write about celebrating Valentine’s Day for the last time of the year.
  • Write about red roses on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about your last internet experience through the eyes of another.
  • Write about a man throwing a homemade valentine’s card away, not realizing that it would turn out to be his lucky one.
  • Write about a legendary bird returning to Earth on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about what happened when a young man made the biggest mistake of his life.
  • Convey the idea that everyone deserves to be appreciated on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a broken heart during Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a secret admirer.
  • The twist was how much you love your sister.
  • A poem or song written to your significant other.
  • A star-crossed Valentine’s Day turns into the worst night ever.
  • A perfect Valentine’s Day for two people could include anything.
  • Write about a teen working as a babysitter and telling her boyfriend or girlfriend/future spouse about it in a letter or email.
  • Valentine’s Day is a reason for someone to be good or bad because of what’s in it for them.
  • Two people compete in a Valentine’s Day contest.
  • Write about two people waiting for the train.
  • Lily, a little girl, is determined to get a Valentine and nothing will stop her.
  • The best vacations to take for Valentine’s Day.
  • Discuss how Valentine’s Day has changed since you were a kid.
  • Write about your own or someone else’s dream Valentine’s Day.
  • Create a love story about stealing someone’s heart.
  • One of your characters falls in love with another character and wishes to profess his/her undying love for him/her, but this same character is afraid of rejection.
  • Describe a particularly heart-warming Valentine’s Day.
  • It’s Valentine’s Day and your beloved sent you the perfect gift. Write about the gift.
  • What happens at your school if somebody loves somebody else.
  • Write about your worst Valentine’s Day request.
  • Write about a couple that decides to get back together.
  • Think of any Valentine’s Day and share a tale of a specific holiday and how it changed your life forever.
  • Write about the weather on Valentine’s Day.
  • Descriptions of all types of heart shapes in nature.
  • Write about a romance with someone you’ve known all your life.
  • Write about a person struggling through Shakespeare.
  • A mother seeing her son’s valentine melts her heart a little.
  • Write about your favorite candy hearts.
  • Write about Valentine’s Day in the future.
  • Write about a show business romance.
  • Write about a Valentine’s Day present you were given that was special because of who gave it to you.
  • Write a poem about or for someone who you love.
  • Make your own Valentine and the main character by yourself.
  • Write about the very best or worst gifts you’ve received for Valentine’s Day.
  • Write from the viewpoint of a newspaper about the traditions of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write a story about the way you fell in love.
  • Write about a time when your favorite teacher gave you notes about the state of your health, and how your most intimate relationship.
  • Movies and TV shows about people falling in love on Valentine’s Day.
  • A young girl’s cynical Valentine’s Day advice.
  • In this month of spring, write about the miracle of love.
  • If you weren’t feeling well, the perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day would be….
  • Valentine day is a day to express your appreciation for someone. Write a list of at least ten perks of having your life partner around.
  • Write about a mysterious stranger that fixes the joy back into your life.
  • Even the houseplants get into the spirit of Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a fight on Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a magical night when two people fall in love.
  • Everyone in town was talking about it. The adults didn’t understand the significance, but the children knew. It was the best Valentine’s Day ever.
  • Read across town in a book and write a poem about your love.
  • Write about a person who truly loves watching squirrels.
  • Write a letter to valentine about how you feel.
  • Write about the most miserable Valentine’s ever.
  • Write about the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.
  • Tony is your best friend. He just got his first real girlfriend for the first time. Write about how you are feeling.
  • Write about a little girl that prays for someone special to change her life.
  • Write about a dream for Valentine’s Day.
  • Something unexpected occurred during the love scene in my story.
  • Write about a couple of lovers in the distant future.
  • Write about a man who believes that behaving like a gentleman is outdated. He tries to woo a woman with his manhood.
  • Find a difficult situation that a couple is in and write about how they work it out together.
  • Describe what chocolate candy says about a person’s romantic side.
  • Write about having to steal things to give as gifts.
  • Write about a new philosophy of love.
  • Write about a time you celebrated another holiday with someone you love.
  • Write about your first Valentine’s Day experience after a breakup.
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  • Write about a mother who loves her daughter and how she has shown it.
  • Write about your skin being covered in tattoos of all the places you’ve traveled together.
  • Describe a loner’s Valentine’s Day.
  • Write about a person who lost the one they loved.

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