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Sometimes the poetry we read is so wonderful, thought-provoking, and timeless that we just want to wrap it around ourselves like a hug! Or you might want to wear a special poetic phrase as a reminder of how those words sparked something in your heart. You may even want to feature important verses in your home for everyone to enjoy. At Writer’s Relief, we love poets and poetry! So we found these unique ways to wear or share some of our favorite poems.
How Poetry Can Inspire Your Wardrobe or Home Décor
“The Raven” and other poems by Edgar Allan Poe
There’s a reason why these poems are printed on an infinity scarf. They’re timeless!
“An Almost Made Up Poem” by Charles Bukowski
Not only is this bracelet fashionable, but this verse is unforgettable.
“The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost
Many people have been inspired by this classic quote to live a life that makes all the difference. Put this beautiful reminder where you can see it every day!
“Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou
Show others that you’re strong and resilient—powerful words to wear proudly.
Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur
This anthology is filled with beautiful illustrations that catch the eye, both on the page and in your home.
“Invictus” by William Ernest Henley
No matter what the day may bring, this uplifting poem will help you face it with a positive attitude.
“Song of Myself” by Walt Whitman
The perfect accent to celebrate yourself and your sense of style.
“I’m Nobody! Who Are You?” By Emily Dickinson
In this very public world, it’s nice to relax at home and remember how refreshing and freeing it can be to remain anonymous.
“Lady Lazarus” by Sylvia Plath
A literary tattoo is a special way to always carry with you the poetry you hold dear.
Love Her Wild by Atticus
Another beautiful reminder that life—and love—should be a little untamed.
Question: Which poem do you wear or have featured as décor?