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Darwin Henry Beuning

Darwin Henry Beuning

Melrose, Minnesota
Darwin Henry Beuning
Melrose, Minnesota
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Biography
I was raised on a dairy farm in central Minnesota. Joined the Army at 17 and landed in Vietnam in May 1966. I later joined the Air Force and retired in 1990. I then worked for the Veteran's Administration in Salt Lake City, Utah for 18 years, retiring in 2009. My wife is from Thailand, we have been married 45 years. Along the way, we raised three children. I enjoy playing chess, writing poems and quotes.
Popular Quotes
20 November 2014
There are no more jobs in America, only sentences, LIFE SENTENCES
20 November 2014
I was raised Christian, my wife was raised Buddhist, and our children 'CONFUSED'
21 November 2014
In each of us there is a poem and a song. For most, a poem that will never be written and a song that will never be sung
21 November 2014
Part of me died in Vietnam, part of me never came back. The part of me that is called 'Innocence'
22 November 2014
Working for the government is like being a cast member on the television series, Survivor. The two main differences are, with the government you have more teams and you don't get a vote

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Kim Barney 06 November 2020
Wow! 2337 hits on his home page on Wednesday,04 November 2020, according to Poem Hunter stats!
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Michael Walker 28 October 2020
He demonstrates a growing sense of political involvement and fairness. He rightly criticized Trump for seeming not to care enough about Covid-19, which is true. Darwin is writing with growing confidence and awareness of life's complexities.
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Michael Walker 17 June 2020
Darwin keeps on writing just the same, through his various cancer treatments. I hope that immunotherapy is the final answer to the disease. Chemotherapy is too rigorous by far.
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Kathy Wright 24 April 2020
Prayers for our dear brother and friend as he begins his next treatment with immunotheraphy. Pray for strength and added years of good health. His poetry has touched this hectic world that we live in and has caused us to believe and not to faint. God bless you and shine down on you all your days.
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Harindhar Reddy 26 March 2020
Sir, in your long life you have many things, some of which are exhibited in your versatile verse and genuine quotes. I'm really, really impressed, they you painted pictures with your words. The word compliment seem to itsy-bitsy to evaluate the beauty of your poetry.....You are an amazing poet, zounds-rounds! My hat tips at your poetic antics!
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Michael Walker 02 March 2020
I am pleased to read Kumarmani Mahakul's title of 'Endless Lexicon' for Darwin. Darwin writes from a varied life story; few writers had personal experience of the Vietnam War as he did. He also has a wide array of other subjects to write about, which he uses to advantage.
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Gail Holt 08 February 2020
I have been reading your poems and feel so blessed. You are a gifted poet. You poems are philosophical, insightful, sometimes happy and other times sad. I am so fortunate to have you as a brother.Thanks a million! May God bless you today and forever.
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Barney Rooney 26 May 2019
when I need to clear the swirl of troubling thoughts failing to re-form them to a tender telling couplet a wise voice whispers – let go.. there’s a time to bide to spend with those who are not tongued tied nor bound by the fruitless pursuit of the sublime for there’s more or less to poetry than a clever rhyme Its then, I turn to those to whom I’m due and offer thanks to those with a steadier hand to craft their lines like Hank
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Kumarmani Mahakul 18 March 2019
On behalf of all fellow poets, PH Family and our Mahakul Family, we offer a title of honour to poet Darwin Henry Beuning born on 29 July 1947 in Melrose, Minnesota, United States and lives in Nakhon Sawan, Thailand, as, Endless Lexicon.' This title of honour is offered to him due to his high perseverance and notable contribution to the world literature. From today onward he will be known as Endless Lexicon Darwin Henry Beuning. We hope all poets, visitors and people will like this.
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Kathy Wright 24 February 2019
I have enjoyed reading my brothers poems. He is the oldest child in our family of 9 growing up. He is making us proud as he has developed his talent as a deep, physiological writer. His poems cause many questions to arise and interesting conversation developes as we contemplate the meaning and theme behind the writer and what he is wanting to convey. We cherish him and honor him.
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Michael Walker 12 February 2019
Darwin is very much an American poet, but also a citizen of the world. His poems are mainly about modern, important issues, which he expresses clearly, not too many words but sparkling imagery. One of the finest poets writing in the U.S.today.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 12 February 2019
Darwin Henry Beuningis a very nice, multi-talented and internationally acclaimed kind poet of modern literature who does perseverance of high quality. He writes poems from various fields and his each poem is a philosophic gem. His effort shines ever in sky of literature. We adore his effort and skill. We love to read his poems. We wish him all the best. May God bring unlimited fortune and happiness for him.
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Darwin Henry Beuning 12 April 2018
03: 46am,12 April 2018. Woke up early this morning, and starting thinking about my poem Eraser! . I have lived with this pencil my whole life, We all do that.
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Michael Walker 04 September 2016
'Part of me died in Vietnam, part of me never came back. The part of me that is called 'Innocence''. I find this genuinely moving.
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