Peaceful Penmanship Printouts

Enjoy a few hours of quiet reflection with the below writing practice samples. Choose from a variety of classic writing styles, poems, psalms and a sonnet. Download and print your favorite, then settle into your most comfortable chair and let the ink flow.

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The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost

The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost

This classic poem by American poet, Robert Frost, spans one traveler’s journey down the path less taken. But is everything as it seems? Perhaps, either trail you decide on will take you exactly to where you’re meant to be.


Sonnet 18 Shall I Compare Thee To a Summer's Day by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 18: Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? By William Shakespeare

Is it an understatement to say the Bard had a way with words? Get into the spirit of the sonnets and dedicate this practice to a loved one. “But thy eternal summer shall not fade?” Do you think this was written in a fit of passion? Or after Shakespear forgot Anne’s birthday?


Caged Bird by Maya Angelou

Caged Bird By Maya Angelou

Before the Girl Power movement, there was Maya Angelou. Angelou’s writing has been inspiring women and the downtrodden for decades. She beautifully pens the experience of continuing to sing despite having dreams thwarted along the way. What’s your distant hill?


Psalm 23 King James Version

Psalm 23 King James Version

A beacon of light for those going through tough times, Psalm 23 has comforted many in its 2000+ years. No matter your beliefs, there is solace to be found in the calm and guiding presence of The Shepherd.


Invictus By William Ernest Henley

Invictus By William Ernest Henley

The old saying, ‘fall down seven times and get up eight”, couldn’t be more accurate for the feelings evoked by Henley’s classic poem. You can’t control what happens, you can only take ownership of how you react. Who do you thank for your unconquerable soul?