First Attempt

The first attempt of everything always seems difficult.

The first time I opened my eyes I couldn’t recognize my mom.

The first time I talked was just a babble.

The first time I crawled was a difficult task.

The first time I was in school was a “Crocodile tears” experience.

The first time I wrote was nothing made sense.

The first time I drove was like hell.

The first time I started work was a hectic day.

The first time I wooed a lady took a lot of rehearsal.

The first relationship I entered ended in a prickle.

First-class caution is what you need in every first attempt.

Prickle image

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi

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10 Comments

    1. I’m not doubting that truth. What I’m just trying to preach is that we should be careful in our first attempt. If not the second chance, I wouldn’t have known how to drive car; if not the second chance, I wouldn’t have had a happy marriage; and if not a 2nd chance, I wouldn’t have known Christ at all. Thanks for reading and commenting. Best wishes.

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      1. Sorry Peter, I was not trying to disagree with what you were saying or not understanding it. I was merely adding something from my own heart. Maybe because I was always the person that messed up but also experienced forgiveness like no other.
        I do hope I haven’t offended you!
        Blessings, Hayley

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