The Elegy I Should Have Written – Enchanted Woods background – DIGITAL DOWNLOAD


The beautiful original poem “The Elegy I Should Have Written” from A Memoir: Life in Poetry, available for download to decorate your home, office, or to add to a gift set!

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Beautiful original poetry for your home, office, or gift set! You’ll love showing off our custom and original works to your friends. Feel good knowing that you’re supporting a small business owner building her dreams.


Please Note:

Instant Download Printables are .JPG and .PDF files that can be printed at home or by your favorite professional printer using photo paper, canvas, or cardstock.

You will not receive a physical item.

1. You’ll simply see a link to download your purchase after completing your transaction. You may download your digital product twice.
2. You can download the files immediately once payment is confirmed.
3. Once downloaded, you can print your poetry at home or at an independent print shop or office supply store like FedEx Office, Staples, Office Max, Office Depot, etc. to keep or give away as a gift.

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12 x 16 inches, 300dpi
18 x 24 inches, 300dpi
21 x 28 inches, 300dpi

Can make a pretty 4×5 print as well!

Author: MéShelle Fae

MéShelle is an overindulged millennial born in Atlanta, GA. She’s a daughter of the American South and currently lives in Charleston, SC with her husband and an overactive imagination. MéShelle is a Baltimore Science Fiction Society’s 2018 Balticon Poetry Contest Honorable Mention. She is also the author of the forthcoming Goddess Quartet New Adult dark fantasy series as well as A Memoir: Life in Poetry, her first poetry collection. Her work has been published in “Fiction Southeast” and the “South 85 Journal.” She loves Disney, comic-book films, and anime. Her passion for teaching, mentorship, and community activism led to this blog. As a YA to Adult speculative fiction writer and a poet, MéShelle writes for the nerds, has-beens, geeks, almost were’s, weirdos, and defects. She writes to tell our stories and deliver our truth… with a magical touch.

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