Ernest Hemingway
Advice To A Son by Ernest Hemingway

Advice To A Son by Ernest Hemingway

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 ...

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Killed Paive–July 8–1918 by Ernest Hemingway

Killed Paive–July 8–1918 by Ernest Hemingway

Desire andAll the sweet pulsing achesAnd gentle hurtingsThat were you,Are gone into the sullen dark.Now in the night you come unsmilingTo lie with meA dull, cold, rigid bayonetOn ...

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The Age Demanded by Ernest Hemingway

The Age Demanded by Ernest Hemingway

The age demanded that we sing And cut away our tongue. The age demanded that we flow And hammered in the bung. The age demanded that we dance And jammed us into iron pants. And in ...

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Chapter Heading by Ernest Hemingway

Chapter Heading by Ernest Hemingway

For we have thought the larger thoughts And gone the shorter way. And we have danced to devil's tunes, Shivering home to pray; To serve one master in the night, Another in the ...

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Riparto D’Assalto by Ernest Hemingway

Riparto D’Assalto by Ernest Hemingway

Drummed their boots on the camion floor,Hob-nailed boots on the camion floor.Sergeants stiff,Corporals sore.Lieutenant thought of a Mestre whore -Warm and soft and sleepy ...

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I’M Off’N Wild Wimmen by Ernest Hemingway

I’M Off’N Wild Wimmen by Ernest Hemingway

I'm off'n wild wimmenAn CognacAn Sinnin'For I'm in loOOOOOOOve.

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Roosevelt by Ernest Hemingway

Roosevelt by Ernest Hemingway

Workingmen believedHe busted trusts,And put his picture in their windows.'What he'd have done in France!'They said.Perhaps he would--He could have diedPerhaps,Though generals ...

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Champs D’Honneur by Ernest Hemingway

Champs D’Honneur by Ernest Hemingway

Soldiers never do die well;Crosses mark the places -Wooden crosses where they fell,Stuck above their faces.Soldiers pitch and cough and twitch -All the world roars red and ...

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Poetry by Ernest Hemingway

Poetry by Ernest Hemingway

So now,Losing the three last night,Takeing them back today,Dripping and dark the woods . . .

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Montparnasse by Ernest Hemingway

Montparnasse by Ernest Hemingway

There are never any suicides in the quarter among people one knowsNo successful suicides.A Chinese boy kills himself and is dead.(they continue to place his mail in the letter ...

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To Good Guys Dead by Ernest Hemingway

To Good Guys Dead by Ernest Hemingway

They sucked us in;King and country,Christ AlmightyAnd the rest.Patriotism,Democracy,Honor-W ords and phrases,They either bitched or killed us.

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Valentine by Ernest Hemingway

Valentine by Ernest Hemingway

If my Valentine you won't be,I'll hang myself on your Christmas tree.

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I Like Canadians by Ernest Hemingway

I Like Canadians by Ernest Hemingway

By A ForeignerI like Canadians.They are so unlike Americans.They go home at night.Their cigarettes don't smell bad.Their hats fit.They really believe that they won the war.They ...

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Captives by Ernest Hemingway

Captives by Ernest Hemingway

Some came in chainsUnrepentant but tired.Too tired but to stumble.Thinking and hating were finishedThinking and fighting were finishedRetreating and hoping were finished.Cures ...

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Poem by Ernest Hemingway

Poem by Ernest Hemingway

The only man I ever lovedSaid good byeAnd went awayHe was killed in PicardyOn a sunny day.

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Along With Youth by Ernest Hemingway

Along With Youth by Ernest Hemingway

A porcupine skin, Stiff with bad tanning, It must have ended somewhere. Stuffed horned owl Pompous Yellow eyed; Chuck-wills-widow on a biased twig Sooted with dust. Piles of old ...

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The Soul Of Spain by Ernest Hemingway

The Soul Of Spain by Ernest Hemingway

In the rain in the rain in the rain in the rain in Spain.Does it rain in Spain?Oh yes my dear on the contrary and there are no bull fights.The dancers dance in long white pantsIt ...

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Shock Troops by Ernest Hemingway

Shock Troops by Ernest Hemingway

Men went happily to deathBut they were not the menWho marchedFor yearsUp to the line.These rode a few timesAnd were goneLeaving a heritage of obscene song.

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To Crazy Christian by Ernest Hemingway

To Crazy Christian by Ernest Hemingway

There was a cat named Crazy ChristianWho never lived long enough to screwHe was gay hearted, young and handsomeAnd all the secrets of life he knewHe would always arrive on time ...

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Ultimately by Ernest Hemingway

Ultimately by Ernest Hemingway

He tried to spit out the truth;Dry-mouthed at first,He drooled and slobbered in the end;Truth dribbling his chin.

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