Poetry of the Gods - 4oz Candle
Poetry of the Gods - 4oz Candle
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Poetry of the Gods - 4oz Candle

Poetry of the Gods
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A sustainable, custom wax blend from coconut and soy yields a slow, clean aromatic burn. Hand-poured into a custom rose gold tin and fitted with a lead-free cotton wick.

BURNING INSTRUCTIONS: Always follow general safety instructions on bottom of candle. Trim wick to 1/8" prior to each lighting and allow full melt pool with each burn to prevent tunnelling (max. 4 hrs).

113 g ℮ 4.0 oz. | 29 hour burn | custom tin with embossed lid

Free from: Parabens, phthalates, GMOs, sulphates, paraffin, cruelty. Made in Canada


Escape to the beach with this addictive blend of ocean air, warm sand, and sun-kissed skin.

Aromatic notes of ocean salt, sunscreen, and sand.


A tranquil blend of velvety florals and vanilla musk transports you to an Oxford library where you shelter in silence amidst aromas of leather and old books.

Aromatic notes of vanilla, peony, and aged paper.

A sophisticated blend of Japanese citrus and Hinoki cypress transports you to a sprawling grove filled with yuzu and mandarin blossoms.

Aromatic notes of yuzu, mandarin, and blonde wood.

    Northern Fir

    A refreshing blend of evergreen forest and earthy woods transports you to the mountains where wind-swept fir trees tower above you. 

    Aromatic notes of fir, cedar wood, and mountain air.

    Founder and CEO, Melissa Della Porta, was raised on Vancouver Island and along the banks of the Skeena River in Terrace, BC. Melissa's heritage is Mi'kmaq from New Brunswick and she later moved there to complete her degree.
    Poetry of the Gods was born out of a love for the connection between fragrance and memory, and the need to fill the gap of Indigenous makers in the beauty industry. They are strong advocates for Indigenous education and women's rights, and continue to engage in opportunities that offer a deeper understanding of culture and tradition.