Like music, poetry is about rhythm, emotion, and touching the heart. So what could be a better source of inspiration for writing poetry than some great music? The research pros at Writer’s Relief have created a poetry writing playlist that’s sure to inspire you. Whether you prefer classical, jazz, rock, or something unique and experimental, you’ll find a tune or sound here that will be music to your ears!
An Inspiring Poetry Writing Playlist
This elegant, upbeat piece will have you humming along and creating stunning stanzas.
The perfect marriage of beautiful instrumentals and a classic story.
Zelda’s Lullaby – The Legend of Zelda
Instrumentals to inspire your poetry writing quest.
If a busy environment gets your toes tapping and your fingers writing, this background noise puts you in the middle of a vibrant café.
C.h.a.o.s.m.y.t.h. – ONE OK ROCK
ONE OK ROCK’s uplifting rock tune will energize your creativity and focus.
Winter (Full) – The Four Seasons – Antonio Vivaldi
The most dramatic season offers your muse an invigorating breath of cool, crisp air.
This tender Korean ballad is perfect for writing romantic poetry.
Fauré: Après un rêve for cello & piano – Sheku Kanneh-Mason
You’ll definitely feel a pull at your heartstrings with this piece on your playlist.
Revel in the violins as they weave another famous tale.
Relaxing music to carry you off to a land of colors and creativity.
Forest Sounds | Woodland Ambience, Bird Song
Surround yourself with the gentle sounds of a walk in the forest. Maybe you’ll be inspired to write a nature poem!
Serenade for String Orchestra in E Major, Op. 22 – Tempo di Valse
Serenade your muse with this lovely tune.
Once you’ve written your playlist-inspired poetry…how does getting published sound? When not gathering sources of inspiration, the research experts at Writer’s Relief focus on finding the best literary markets for poets (and short story writers and novelists too!). Learn more about our services and submit your writing samples to our Review Board today!
Question: Which playlist offering will you listen to first?