“LESSON LEARNED TODAY, WELL MAYBE.”

Hope you guys are having a great day. Thanks for following the poetic story line. I’m experimenting each day. This piece is called
“LESSON LEARNED TODAY, WELL MAYBE.” #scotthall #spokenwords #positvepoetry

“Gigi the fish keep on getting off my hook, I ain’t gonna never catch anythang.”/

Sweat and frustration showed on the youth’s face, silently signaling the question, why is that he came. /

Despite his aggravation and his apparent wanting to give up and leave, /

the old lady knew better. This was a teachable moment to help strengthen the youth’s creed. /

She spoke softly. She spoke with wisdom. Without one ounce of bitterness. /

“You have to be patient. You have to be still. You have to be quiet. Somehow the youth knew that this was more than just about fish. /

With youthful resolve, aided by wise words, the young boy sat still, quietly, and showed great patience and more. /

He pulled as hard as he could, the fish was hooked. He thought that he had it for sure. /

The bucket held only water as the young boy again baited his line. /

“Patience, Quietness, Stillness. Gigi, you think that it will work this time? /

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