Whenever we visit someone or a new place,
We very quickly latch onto a space of our own.
Our chair at the table,
Our relaxing space in the couch,
Our space to leave our toothbrush,
Our bed for sleeping.
Any time we enter a foreign area
We immediately try to wriggle our way in,
Naming a corner as our own,
Whether it is a seat on a plane,
A piece of wall in a public area,
A side of the bed.