Farewell, My Friend, Farewell: Print-on-Matte. 10 x 8 Inches

Written by on June 15, 2013 with 0 Comments

$27.99$49.99

“I miss you, my friend, and always shall.

Farewell, my friend, farewell.”

 

A touching and beautiful way

to memorialize your best friend.

 

Farewell, My Friend, Farewell is a tribute to your best friend, or your friend's best friend. 

This poem was originally written as a farewell for my brother's dog, Shawn. He was a beautiful dog—friendly, fun, caring—with every quality one could want in a dog, and in a human friend too.   He just seemed to know your mood, and he complemented it perfectly.  A great dog, and deeply missed.

A great way to honor your dog, or as a memorial for a friend's dog too.  Makes a great and touching gift.

10 inches by 8 inches. Framed or Unframed. 

Also available as a 20 x 16 inch etched piece, which allows for personalizationClick here to see 20 by 16 inch etched option.

Also available as a photo poem, 6 by 4 inches. To see the photo poem, click here.

Framed: Regularly $49.99  On sale for a limited time $39.99*  (That's 20% off!)

Unframed: Regularly  $27.99  On sale for a limited time $24.99* (That's about 10% off!)

*Shipping, handling and sales tax, if applicable, are extra.

*Frames are subject to availability.  I reserve the right to substitute a frame of similar color.

Only a few left in stock.

 

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Farewell, My Friend, Farewell

10 inches by 8 inches, printed on charcoal matte, shown in black frame.*

Framed or Unframed.

Measurement for photo opening: 5 1/2 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches high.

 

*Frames are subject to availability.  We reserve the right substitute a similar style and color frame.

*Sales tax, if applicable, and shipping are extra. Purchaser is responsible for sales tax in states other than Illinois.

©Daniel Mark Extrom 2009-2014. All right reserved.

 

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