Ernest Hemingway

(21 July 1899 - 2 July 1961 / Oak Park, Illinois)

Ernest Hemingway Poems

1. Riparto D'Assalto 8/31/2010
2. Roosevelt 8/31/2010
3. Shock Troops 8/31/2010
4. Poetry 8/31/2010
5. The Soul Of Spain 8/31/2010
6. To Crazy Christian 8/31/2010
7. To Good Guys Dead 8/31/2010
8. I'M Off'N Wild Wimmen 8/31/2010
9. Chapter Heading 8/31/2010
10. Ultimately 8/31/2010
11. Killed Paive--July 8--1918 8/31/2010
12. Champs D'Honneur 8/31/2010
13. The Age Demanded 8/31/2010
14. Montparnasse 8/31/2010
15. I Like Canadians 8/31/2010
16. Captives 8/31/2010
17. Poem 8/31/2010
18. Along With Youth 8/31/2010
19. Valentine 8/31/2010
20. Advice To A Son 8/31/2010
Best Poem of Ernest Hemingway

Advice To A Son

Never trust a white man,
Never kill a Jew,
Never sign a contract,
Never rent a pew.
Don't enlist in armies;
Nor marry many wives;
Never write for magazines;
Never scratch your hives.
Always put paper on the seat,
Don't believe in wars,
Keep yourself both clean and neat,
Never marry whores.
Never pay a blackmailer,
Never go to law,
Never trust a publisher,
Or you'll sleep on straw.
All your friends will leave you
All your friends will die
So lead a clean and wholesome life
And join them in the sky.

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Some came in chains
Unrepentant but tired.
Too tired but to stumble.
Thinking and hating were finished
Thinking and fighting were finished
Retreating and hoping were finished.
Cures thus a long campaign,
Making death easy.

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