#PoetTree #growPoetTree

On Instagram - upload your poems - handwrite them , assemble them , photograph them, place them.

B l o s s o m i n g    i n t e r a c t i o n ,   

  s e e    t h i n g s   g r o w .

Come sit in its creative shade, 

write a poem on the spot, 

try stream of consciousness

rhyme or not - draw

let yourself

Imported from the creative jungles known as The Smile Office, headquarters border Toronto's Yorkville - breathing into experience a post consumerist philosophy - a creative interaction.

The PoetTree can now be planted throughout community areas to spread the joy of nurturing creative writing. 

It’s easy to care for too, as the PoetTree is naturally nurtured through interaction and the expression of others, be it a wonky word or two or a random banana thought. 

It's buds are magnets or push pins and blossoms with you -  folks looking to share and pen their own expressionishticks. 

The PoetTree naturally grows best in: cafés, randomly open thinking stores and businesses, neighbourhoods, parks, hospital waiting rooms, yoga facilities, community centres - or your front lawn!

This wood or metal tree can be gifted to a location by a neighbourhood, an organization, or individuals, a club, a school or yoga facility. 

The PoetTree encourages peeps not only to share poetic thoughts, but also interact with the miscellaneous musings of others beyond the average, daily “nice to meet you” pleasantries. 


PoetTree Partners

Now available - Contact The Smile Office Studio to get your own PoetTree to your site - bring one to your cafe, yoga studio, company, work place, park, community centre, school, store, restaurant, etc.


PoetTree is a physical sculpture made out of metal or wood., ranging in size from 12"- 48' and beyond. Place it strategically to creates a PoetTree corner or area providing a space to write, create and share poetry, prose, quotes,: on post-it notes, or on paper attached with magnets. This tree blossoms with active creativity.

A Smile Office Project - The PoetTree:, activates a "Culture of Now" non-digital creating ComeUnity -