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Poem - Life In A Hotel

Updated on March 13, 2017
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I have been writing intermittently for over 10 years. And I continue to write poems, stories, etc., because it is always fun to write.

Life In A Hotel

In the lap of luxury,
a dreadful feeling of emptiness
Under yellow glowing lamps,
a certain state of nothingness

For every expensive suit,
a self-questioning human within
And for every splendid room,
no memory worth remembering

Cups, plates and water bottles,
they come to escape themselves
Life in a hotel is good, but only,
when reality just underwhelms

Long passageways on every floor,
the conversations there are alive
Big rooms filled with talking but,
their hollowness, no one can rectify

Empty cupboards with a great finish,
empty shells that are already finished
And the reason for all this silence,
is that the laughter had already vanished.

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