A Warm Welcome


Tread lightly, they can hear

the doors slam.

But dance madly at Jesters till 3am if you can


All you happy freshers,

So glad to be free,

Shed your parental parenthesis,

Get your very own key


To blurry nights, and early rises,

Girly fights, and drinking prizes.

Let the first year knock your socks off,

Please, you’ve earned it,

and you’ve paid your fees


It’s a magical time to be alive,

At 3 am in McDonald’s drive-

through, September to Christmas,

It’s not long!

Fill it with learning, and many a song!

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