Ernest Hemingway Poems
|1.||Advice To A Son||8/31/2010|
|2.||Along With Youth||8/31/2010|
|6.||I Like Canadians||8/31/2010|
|7.||I'M Off'N Wild Wimmen||8/31/2010|
|8.||Killed Paive--July 8--1918||8/31/2010|
|15.||The Age Demanded||8/31/2010|
|16.||The Soul Of Spain||8/31/2010|
|17.||To Crazy Christian||8/31/2010|
|18.||To Good Guys Dead||8/31/2010|
Comments about 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.
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.