Some of the poems of the Red Hat Society include "When I Am Old," "The Red Hat Sisterhood" and "The Red Hat Rule." Another poem of the society is "When the Red, Red Robin."
The Red Hat Society began with a group of middle-aged women who enjoyed having fun and put on purple outfits with a red hat as their typical regalia. These women were friends who invited other members to join them for tea, and as the numbers grew, the society slowly formed. The vision of the group is to spread throughout the entire world and bring women of all ages and race into their fold.