The Graduation Series: Oh the places you'll go (part 4)

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My Final Year in Manchester started today, so it is only fitting that I conclude my take on Dr Seuss' "Oh the places you'll go." I've really enjoyed writing all four parts of this saga, and I hope that you'll enjoy reading them. You should also think about investing in a copy of "Oh the places you'll go." You can pick up a copy of the book for £3.34 from amazon by clicking on the following link: 
Below are the parts that came before, You might want to read them before you read the fourth 

You’ll see things that are down right strange.
You’ll be out of your depth and out of your range.
Alone is something you’ll be most of the time
And when you’re alone life isn’t sublime.
You’ll see things that’ll give you the shits.
Sooner or later you’ll want to quit.

Quitting is something that comes naturally to us,
Whenever things get tough, we oft consider
that our challenges are best suited to another.
We wallow in it till we are quite sick with it.
When you’re here you’ll come to the most peculiar conclusion.
Yes, I’m afraid it’s quite the medical condition.
You’ll be in a little bit of a depression.

As horrible as this may seem,
and it certainly is infinitely terrible
You’ve come to the best part of the race,
It’s the part where you readjust your pace.
Now that you’ve found the floor,
You’ll begin the climb up to the moor.

Onward and upward you’ll climb,
Your arms will get sore,
Your feet will tire,
But upward you’ll climb.
You’ll face your demons whatever they are.
Then you’ll be back there,
In the wide open air
Taking as much as you want or as much as you dare.
And oh the places you’ll go!
You’ll run your own race, at your own pace.

And will you succeed?

Yes! You will, indeed!

(98 and 3⁄4 percent guaranteed.)
                                  (Dr Seuss, Oh the places you’ll go)

Happy Days,

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