The Official Writing Challenge
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Your poem has a nice rhythm to it and you did a great job of rhyming too. There were a couple if periods misplaced which can happen easily while editing.

Overall, this brought me back to the many potlucks I have been too in my life and realizing, that I never want to hurt anyone's feelings by not eating their prized dish.

01/23/15
A good title, with a gentle challenge. Much food for thought - or maybe much thought for less food... ;-)
01/24/15
Good work, inspiring and filled with truths and an important message.

God bless~
01/24/15
Enjoyed ingesting this healthy reminder! When you think about it, some of the most famous temptations presented in scripture involved food: Adam and Eve eating the forbidden fruit, Esau selling his birthright for a bowl of soup, Jesus tempted by the devil to transform stones into bread in the wilderness, and Christians behaving badly at the communion table.
I like how you put gluttony along side of the "bad" sins.

Your rhyming and rhythm were both nicely done. That is what take the time and work.