Every year we share a festive poem, to wish each other happy holidays.🎅
Last year we shared the linguists’ version of the ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ by Dave Sayers. This year we thought we’d share another alternative Christmas rhyme, this time by the great Roald Dahl.
“Where art thou, Mother Christmas?
I only wish I knew
Why Father should get all the praise
And no one mentions you.
I’ll bet you buy the presents
And wrap them large and small
While all the time that rotten swine
Pretends he’s done it all.
So Hail To Mother Christmas
Who shoulders all the work!
And down with Father Christmas,
That unmitigated jerk!” [c. RDNL]
We wish you that best holiday break ever, including some well-earned rest. We hope to see some of you at the Experience Week activities.
Middlesex BA English team