My Poem “At The Cemetery” is on Spillwords

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I am pleased to announce my poem, “At The Cemetery,” is up on Spillwords today.
I am very grateful to Dagmara K. Director of Development
and the entire editing
team for choosing to publish my poem.
As it is short I will just ask you to read it in its entirety on their site. Please click here to read, At The Cemetery
 It is a real memory I saw years ago and never forgot.

Enjoy and if you see fit, little hearts are always appreciated:) ❤️

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37 Responses to My Poem “At The Cemetery” is on Spillwords

  1. daleinnis says:

    Congratulations yet again! And such a beautiful poem.

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  2. Harshi says:

    and now I’ve heard the music of grief by this raggedy doll. Oh! How will I sleep while her song drums in my heart?

    Very well written and expressed, Karima! Congratulations!

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  3. Jaya Avendel says:

    Congratulations, Karima! Poems that preserve memory are the best. ❤

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  4. Navin says:

    Oh wow, what a beautiful poem…”She’s definitely lost in the joy…by lost, I mean she’s being true to herself…that’s why she dances…as she’s unique & sees things differently…that’s the beauty & essence of her…many congratulations, dear Karima ✨💟💫

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    • Thank you dearest Navin for your comment…She was a true lesson for me many years ago, when I was one of the mourners filing by and she was dancing on a grave…Many people shook their heads and I was one, until I realized I was witnessing a priceless moment of innocence.. sheer joy and innocence and I stopped judging her and admired this state..I had lost years before….

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  5. Oh whoa, congratulations!

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  6. jonicaggiano says:

    Going in to see now, a big congratulations as well. Blessings and hugs to you my dear friend, love Joni

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  7. marcdbaker says:

    I just took a look at “The Graveyard” KARIMA ! I am in awe of how much you can say with so few words and how your words made me visualize your written painting. Kudos Karima ! You are an
    OLD SOUL Karima. However, I would be VERY shocked if you did not already know that !!
    ( From one old soul to another ! ) Maybe our paths have crossed in a previous life. Maybe not.
    Like ships in the night, awaiting a new DAWN ! I hope you are happy Karima. You deserve to be HAPPY !!! Peace Karima
    Marc

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    • Thank you again for your inspiring comment Marc… Yes, I am doing good and I would say happy and lucky to in my life..Ha! I have been told that too before, “Old Soul”
      i have always taken that as a compliment.I hope you are happy too Marc, we both live in spectacular tropical locations and that is a gift unto itself.Take care and be well, I appreciate your comments very much.

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  8. just read your poem there. The poem touched me.

    I remember a couple months ago I saw a homeless child dancing in a rain like this is what he ever wanted in his life. I saw other people there, walking past by him and running holding umbrellas or founding cover.

    Your words here touched me, it is so beautiful to read.

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    • Hello Ritsh…thank you so much for reading my poem and commenting:) I am sorry WordPress had your comment pending and I just saw it tonight..along with a few others.. I am so glad my poem touched you and was very relatable to you in your own experience. Thank you for taking the time to leave your comment and share your experience with me, It was that same moment of innocent and joy..your child in the rain!

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  9. KK says:

    Such a touching piece, beautifully written, as always . Congratulations, Karima! You deserve it 🎉💐🌹💖

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  10. Jeff Flesch says:

    Profound and so beautiful, Karima. A big congratulations to you! I left a heart behind for this exquisite piece of innocence and peace. 🤗❤️🙏🌹

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  11. Joey says:

    Congratulations Karima! A haunting yet beautiful poem you grace us with 🙂
    Hugss, Joey

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  12. Haha It IS!! but I built a cozy set for 40 to sit…the rest can stand or ground sit:):) So glad you will be there Big Hugs!!

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  13. Peach Berman says:

    Such a powerful poem. The tension between joy and grief, the unfettered child and the judging mourners… I won’t forget this one soon. Congrats on the publication!

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  14. Neeraj says:

    it is beautiful!!

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