The Corner

The Queen’s, Um, Poem

Although we must leave you,

Fair Castle of Mey,

We shall never forget,

Nor could ever repay,

A meal of such splendour,

Repast of such zest,

It will take us to Sunday,

Just to digest.

To leafy Balmoral,

We are now on our way.

But our hearts will remain at the Castle of Mey.

With your gardens and ranges,

And all your good cheer,

We will be back again soon

So roll on next year’.

De Villepin could never have written that.


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