Writer's Block: Sweet tooth
there are pies that bear the flavor of the warm and sunny south;
some with oriental spices spur the drowsy appetite
and just fill a fellow's being with a thrill of real delight;
but for downright solid goodness that comes dripping from the sky
there is nothing quite the equal of a chunk of raisin pie.
("raisin pie," from a heap o' livin', by edgar albert guest, published 1916)