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Typewriter Poems

Custom Typewriter Poems and Petals & Poetry

E X P A N D and UPLIFT hearts with a personalized poem typewritten just for you! 
Personalized poems and/or Petals & Poetry are wonderful for:

  • Birthdays
  • Baby gifts
  • Teacher gifts
  • Weddings/Anniversaries/Memorials
  • Thank yous
  • Sorrys
  • Appreciation for someone special
  • No reason at all, who wouldn’t want a poem written especially for them?

I’m collaborating with florista Whitney Kolterman of Flower Power Marin to provide a truly customized and personal gift of Poetry & Petals. Our creative collaboration thrills us to the core. Here’s how it works:

  1. Purchase using link below, then we’ll send you an email confirming purchase and set up a short phone call (15 minutes) around your schedule
  2. We’ll ask you a few fun questions about your loved one and/or the special occasion, and then transform your sentiments into both a personalized poem, and an oversized arrangement of hand-selected floral blooms.
  3. The poetry & flowers are hand-delivered to your door, with an option to add an in-person reading of the poem by the poet herself.

Click here to Order your personalized Petals & Poetry

Flowers not your thing? No problem. Simply order a single personalized poem by clicking PayPal link below. These poems are snail mailed (Each poem includes mounting on beautiful paper, gift wrap, postage & handling). 

Please order at least 2 weeks before you need your gift delivered.

““The flowers are gorgeous and the poem is absolutely perfect. I cried when Allison read it to me. Your partnership is brilliant!”
-Anne LaFollette

Any questions…send me an email 


“Your poem made me cry and I immediately wanted to call and thank you. This poem is such a personal, beautiful expression of how grateful I felt (and something I could never have written myself). You have created a work of art that is a worthy gift. And from my heart, I thank you so very much.”

“My mother’s poem was way more than just words, it was a whole experience. Talking with you, I got in touch with what I love deeply about my mom, and then to have you craft my sentiments into this lovely poem, and then to see her face when she read it-tears all around…”