Analysis of Earth`s A Hotel Or A Motel

Ebunoluwa Abimbola 2012 (Dagenham)



Earth`s a hotel
or a motel.
Not long-lasting,
feeling unwell.

Nature dying,
refugees crying.
Birds declining,
hopes fading.

Humans on social media,
online, reading Wikipedia.
Hypnotised by Tik Tok

The economy is hazy,
weather events crazy.
Pollution with sun glazy,
World leaders are lazy.

The poor whining,
the elite dining:
sometimes their lifestyle,
is literally lying.

Earth`s a hotel
or a motel.
Not long-lasting,
feeling unwell.


Scheme AABA bbbb ccb dddd bbxb AABA
Poetic Form
Metre 1001 1001 1110 101 1010 1010 1010 110 10110100 1101 1111 00100110 100110 010111 110110 0110 00110 0111 1100010 1001 1001 1110 101
Closest metre Iambic trimeter
Characters 442
Words 92
Sentences 10
Stanzas 6
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 3, 4, 4, 4
Lines Amount 23
Letters per line (avg) 15
Words per line (avg) 3
Letters per stanza (avg) 58
Words per stanza (avg) 11

About this poem

The poem speaks about the changes happening on Earth and how it affects our lives.

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Written on November 27, 2022

Submitted on November 27, 2022

Modified on April 27, 2023

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