Love has been around for as long as time. And back then, when people hurt, they made love letter status messages on wet clay. Their version of social media. This one Babylonian man did just that. It translates:
To Bibea: May the gods for my sake preserve your health. Tell me how you are. I went to Babylon but I did not see you. I was greatly disappointed. Write my the reason for your leaving, and let me be cheered. For my sake keep well always. Gimil.
It's like one of those sad love stories we'll never know the ending too. This appeared in the September 1939 issue of Popular Science.