Hotel Home

Poem By Sarah Cotnam

choking; i cant breathe today
left you in your hotel home
where you will stay
and i will pack up and leave this place
and i will hug you then go away

goodbye; i say to everyday
i'll visit you at your hotel home
on a booked off holiday
and i will pack up and leave this place
and i will hug you then go away

tonight; i am smiling
sleeping at your hotel home
then it all went wrong
cuz i had packed up and left your place
i managed to hug you, but then went away

driving; driving the wrong way
leaving you at your hotel home
are you smiling?
and i packed up and left your place
i managed to hug you, then faded away
and i will pack up and leave this place
and i will hug, one last time goodbye

Comments about Hotel Home

Wow. Great work from this young poet! Keep writing!


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