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The Blues Hotel
Sterling Warner
Two Jacksons or Four sawbucks Up front—$40. No credit cards, no I.D.; Beyond, beneath, Battered neon lights The Blues Hotel Weathered time’s rav...Rate it

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Callaghan's Hotel
Henry Lawson
There's the same old coaching stable that was used by Cobb and Co., And the yard the coaches stood in more than sixty years ago; And the public-pri...Rate it

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Hotel nights
David F Kent
The ubiquitous typewriter lies nearby to the pen, the pad and the jug of wine. I try to escape from the solemnity of this evening, though the effor...Rate it

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L’Envoi: Brussels, Hotel Du Midi
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
IT'S copied out at last: very poor stuff Writ in the cold, with pauses of the cramp. Direct, dear William, to the Poste Restante At Ghent—here w...Rate it

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Satan's Hotel
Lilly Emery
Satan's Hotel The waiting land of better days Just faded away just like that The fields of righteousness are few The fields lie in darkness , Aft...Rate it

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Sunset From Omaha Hotel Window
Carl Sandburg
Into the blue river hills The red sun runners go And the long sand changes And to-day is a goner And to-day is not worth haggling over. Here ...Rate it

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The Bulletin Hotel
Henry Lawson
I was drifting in the drizzle past the Cecil in the Strand— Which, I’m told, is very tony—and its front looks very grand; And I somehow fell a-thin...Rate it

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The Hotel
Harriet Monroe
The long resounding marble corridors, the shining parlors with shining women in them. The French room, with its gilt and garlands under plump li...Rate it

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the man who left me at the hotel room after he did his business
suzy Q
You came into my life and took what you were coming for As weak and frail as I was you didn't hesitate You walked all over me and did your ugly, di...Rate it

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