Philip Larkin: Friday Night At The Royal Station Hotel

Great poems #2

Collage of someone standing at the entrance to a building.
The sense of standing outside and looking in. (Artwork by the author.)

Friday Night At The Royal Station Hotel

Light spreads darkly downwards from the high
Clusters of lights over empty chairs
That face each other, coloured differently.
Through open doors, the dining-room declares
A…

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