"A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong,
a homesickness, a lovesickness."
In 1961, Robert Frost became the first poet to read at an American presidential inauguration when he read for President John F. Kennedy. Blinded by the sun that day, Frost ended up reciting a different poem than the intended one—from memory.
The flourished style of this shirt's design anchors it in the long and rich history of poetry. Claim your piece of this legacy when you wear it.
What I really like about these t-shirts is that they are so soft, and they’re longer than the usual t-shirt I find, so they don’t ride up in the back. They’re sturdy, but they’re not too thick, so they’re great for layering and for hotter days.
They're professional enough for conventions, readings, and signings. And they're eye-catching, so they can start conversations with new friends. —Angel…
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Super soft cotton and excellent quality print
100% Airlume combed and ringspun cotton
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Runs true to size
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