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Pyrrha Releases Talisman with Atticus Poetry

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It captures the writer’s best-known words.

(Press Release) To celebrate the launch of Love Her Wild – the first collection of written works from the young poetry sensation Atticus – Pyrrha introduces a limited edition talisman capturing the writer’s most famous words.

Love Her But Leave Her Wild was written by Atticus as an appreciation of the irrepressible power of the female spirit. It is designed to be a symbol of strength, freedom, and the untamed wild in all of us.

“We felt a strong connection to these words by Atticus, and wanted to create a piece of jewelry that captures the same essence,” said Pyrrha designer Wade Papin. “Our hope is that the Love Her But Leave Her Wild talisman will inspire powerful meaning and personal sentiment for each wearer, akin to a tattoo. It’s pretty extraordinary to have the opportunity to connect with Atticus fans in this way.”

Pyrrha will donate $100 from the purchase of each talisman to support To Write Love On Her Arms, a charity dedicated to offering hope and finding help for young people struggling with anxiety, depression and self-injury. Proceeds from the talisman will be directly invested in treatment and recovery efforts.

Available in reclaimed sterling silver or bronze, Pyrrha’s Love Her But Leave Her Wild talisman can be purchased online at pyrrha.com ($174) or packaged with the book at atticuspoetry.com.INSTORE LoveHerButLeaveHerWild

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