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Ernest Hemingway Love Poems

Ernest Hemingway was a really extraordinary artist who always struggled for truth in his writings. As to his love poetry, the author depicted everything in a rather sentimental form. He even has a free-verse poem about happiness and love which means that these two emotions are interconnected for the author:

“There is no one more lonely than the one who survived the beloved.

It’s so good to be friends with women. Awfully good.

First of all, one must be in love with a woman

in order to have a reliable basis for friendship.”

The writers encourages others to forget about those lovers who did not love enough to hate each other. This controversial feeling of love and hatred is very often discussed by Hemingway. He adored passionate feelings where peace and war in relationship is a normal thing.

Moreover, there exists a romantic story about Ernest’s first love, which is connected with hidden note and one girl whose name is Annette. You can read a long but exciting article, but there is no confirmation. So, maybe it’s a romantic myth, no more?

Some of his quotations are so deep in meaning…Enjoy it. Ernest Hemingway was the person who made history and would always be the part of it. He depicted real emotions with no exaggeration, and that honesty attracts readers.

“Maybe…you’ll fall in love with me all over again.”

“Hell”, I said,”I love you enough now. What do you want to do? Ruin me?”

“Yes. I want to ruin you.”

“Good, “I said. “That’s what I want too.”

Here is a list of Ernest Hemingway Love Poems