tnvrstar is right--the text capsules don't let you do a lot with formatting. If you want a different look you have to get creative. For me that has meant using photo capsules.
Specifically, my last two Hubs were poems for the HubPatron of the Arts contest. But I wanted to be able to use different justifications for various lines, and the text capsules wouldn't let me do that. So I went to photo capsules, which led to the creation of 'pages' uniting word and image--which made me quite happy!
(I won't link to them here, but you can easily see what I mean via my profile page--right now the Hubs are the latest, but for those who may read this answer in the future, the titles are "Nocturnal Paraphrases" and "Two Losses In Second Person.")
I run Mac, not PC, so to create my images I didn't use Paint as tnvrstar did, but rather PowerPoint, which is convenient for superimposing text and picture. But there's probably a ton of software you can use successfully for this purpose.