A block of blue with some scrumptious salad veins.
White american melted over my toasted hot philly
and wizz creatively squirted on crackers entertain.
Stinky limburger a treat — a clothespin-nose silly.
Shredded, sliced or block —
I’ll hide cheese in my sock!
Cheddar logs, mild and sharp, on holiday platter,
I’d eat til sneak-Santa swaps for cookies and milk.
Boursin smoothed out over snackable treats and chatter.
When the kids go to bed - white wine and saanin silk.
Ooh the smooth and yummy
melt and grilled in my tummy!
A fondue pot with skewered vegetables and bread,
so gooey warm and stringy strung around my tongue.
Weighed out in ounces, yellow and white wed —
marbleized, or a brie wedge for the old or young.
Peeled and spread with
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