Rest In Peace Poem by Darwin Henry Beuning

Rest In Peace

Rating: 5.0


One should pick
Their final resting spot,
Not leaving it to chance.

For me, Kaysville, Utah
My home for the past 32 years.

Good neighbors and friends
Being there, through my working years,
Retirement and beyond.

Date: to be determined
Final resting spot -
Kaysville City Cemetery
Plot: E-3-116-11

If you should happen by,
Leave a flower or perhaps
A PAWN.

Thursday, August 1, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: life and death
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
0600am,1 August 2019.Just celebrated my 72nd birthday on 29 July..Now, I enjoy life - Day to Day.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kathy Wright and 12 May 2020

Good thought on getting necessary business in line if at all possible. Life is full of ups and downs but getting our house in order is wise. Soon and very soon we are gona see our King! Heaven is a wonderful place.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 03 August 2019

Final resting pot never leaves the chance. Death is such a truth that picks up life and takes away the body and a person looses everything. Leaving a flower of emotion is symbol of love. An emotional poem is well penned.10

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Darwin Henry Beuning 04 August 2019

Kumarmani, Thank you for the kind comments.

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Kim Barney 02 August 2019

Hank, very nice! Hopefully, you won't need to use it for quite some time!

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Darwin Henry Beuning 03 August 2019

Kim, I did not think I would survive the Cancer CHEMO treatments. Wanted things in order, making it easier on my wife.

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