Hid under the paper-thin sheets,
I meet with forewarnings, and little courage to cheat,
“This perturbation is unnecessarily piling up,”
Few more trials, then I’ll shove it
In deep-deep sleep,
“No, it can’t happen,
Not with me;”
There is an exit from the back-door,
That leads straight
To the driveway to misery,
To hell with this, I mutter,
I should escape to the known,
Rather than to be with this unknown injury,
Then I remember what they say –
Come on in, here you’ll be safe!
When you enter this Hotel Heartbreak;
I think I’ll stay.
What I’m left with to break, anyway?

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16 Comments Add yours

  1. globalunison says:

    It’s sad but the idea of Hotel Heartbreak is exciting. I wonder if such a hotel exist lol


    1. As I can see the hoarding it must be somewhere. 😉 I know the idea is exciting. Maybe I should visit someday. 🙂

    2. globalunison says:

      Haha, is job think you need to visit unless you want to get some interesting stories from a place like that lol


    3. That’ll be a nice excuse to be there 🙂

  2. Chatty Owl says:

    Nothing to lose. Just experiences of the unknown. Id say its worth it.

    1. When there is nothing more left to lose there is always something to gain.

    2. Chatty Owl says:

      Im glad you realise that!

    3. Lol.. Did I ever forget? 😛

  3. words4jp says:

    “Well since my baby left me, I found a new place to dwell, it’s down at the end of lonely street at Heartbreak Hotel……….I get do lonely, I could die”

    1. Its a beautiful song but that feeling is horrible. Aint it?

  4. “To hell with this, I mutter
    I should escape to the known”

    yeah… that.

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