“The poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.” G K Chesterton
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The challenge is to tell a tale
That makes one long for Wensleydale,
Or maybe pen a line or two
That calls for Brie or Shropshire Blue.
Of course it never should be said
That there’s no place for Leicester, Red.
And could you ever be so silly
Not to try a good Caerphilly?
Was ever soul so lost or deader
That would ignore the claims of Cheddar?
The land of Shakespeare, Blake and Milton
Is famed for Lancashire and Stilton.
Perhaps it’s once more time to foster
A taste for good old Double Gloucester.
It surely would be far from fair
To spurn a piece of Camembert.
Or will you go for something rarer
Like Trappista or Graviera?
Some folk say you can’t do better
Than Mozzarella, Yarg or Feta.
Can I hear you shouting louder
For Emmental, Edam or Gouda?
Or are you only merely thinking
Bishops should be eaten Stinking?
One only hopes that lines like these
Have made you want to eat some cheese.