Literary Paraphernalia: 10 Poetry-Inspired Pieces of Etsy Gear

Happy National Poetry Month! To get you in the mood to celebrate this wonderful time of the year, we thought we’d share some Etsy gear inspired by some of our favorite poets.

Emily Dickinson tank top – $20.

Don’t be a nobody—or do. I think she preferred it if you are a nobody, actually. But be a nobody in an awesome Emily Dickinson tank top.

T.S. Eliot inspired necklace – $45.

Let us go then, you and I, and buy this kind of super awesome necklace inspired by The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock.

Sylvia Plath flats – $85.

Be all a-flicker with these Poppies in July inspired shoes. Just be sure to do no harm while wearing them.

W.B. Yeats inspired cuff – 41.95.

Don’t let this world make you weep, instead, buy awesome cuffs inspired by W.B. Yeat’s poem The Stolen Child. Also, don’t steal children, even if you are a fairy.

Langston Hughes inspired necklace – $10.

Like poetry? Like politics? Feel underrepresented and dismissed by the majority? Then you’ll love Langston Hughes’s poetry, like Let America be America Again. You’ll also love this fairly priced necklace inspired by the poem.

Pablo Neruda inspired tank top – $17.

Let your eyes, and other people’s eyes, delight themselves with this tank top inspired by the poem Farewell by Pablo Neruda.

Robert Frost inspired necklace – $23.

You can take the road less traveled by by buying this Stopping by Woods on a Snowing Evening inspired necklace.

E.E. Cummings inspired cuff – $14.

I will carry your heart with me, but on my wrist, in the form of this cute cuff.

John Keats inspired earrings – $17.

Come hither and don’t let the pleasure of these John Keats earrings inspired by the poem Hither, Hither, Love pass you up.

Lord Byron inspired bracelet – $18.

There is pleasure in this bracelet inspired by the poem There is Pleasure in The Pathless Woods.

Happy National Poetry Month again, and hopefully these awesome piece of poetry-inspired Etsy gear help get you in the mood to celebrate by writing a poem or two.

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