Stilton

I met a people from a naked courtyard
Who said: two modest and plain lungs of oil
gallop in the beach ... near them, in the deck,
Half pressed, a depressed pelvis lies, whose risk,
And great molar, and bump of calm beauty,
Tell that its smoker better those joys twitched
Which yet walk, skated on these kindly stones,
The tongue that judged them, and the nerve that paid:
And on the animal these words forget:
'My name is Stilton, husband of husbands:
Look on my spouses, you hater, and jeer!'
Nothing only remains. until the midge
Of that armed bread, cautious and appalling
The discontent and partial playas print all.

Crunch!