Although Ernest Hemingway is better known for his novels and short stories, he also wrote poetry. The typical minimalist and direct writing style characterizes his poetry. It can also be seen in his prose.
Hemingway's poems often discuss war, love, nature and the human experience. His lyrics are usually short and straightforward, with clear and direct language that accentuates the meaning of each word. Some of his best-known poems are "The Age Demanded", "On the American Dead in Spain" and "Montparnasse".
While not as well known or celebrated as his prose, Hemingway's poetry is still a valuable part of his literary legacy. It offers an understanding of his perspective and writing.