Larisa Rzhepishevska

(Odessa, Ukraine)

Hurry up! Hurry up! Hurry up!


Hurry up to fall in love!

Be surprised how beautiful it is!

Hurry up to speak of love!

Realize that these words can anyone please.



To give yourself to others –

What happiness it is!

All people are sisters and brothers

Take care of friendship, please!



Don’t hide the feelings of admiration!

It’s a foundation of love creation.

Use your brain but more imagination

If you want to find the right station.





Hurry up to be needed by someone!

Don’t suffer of senseless doubts!

Everyone on the Earth needs love,

No one wants the bailouts.



Hurry up to mourn and even to cry!

Those are forlorn whose eyes are always dry.

With every breath the time runs out,

Every moment of life is a gift beyond any doubt.



Don’t break the harmony of life

For the only sake of a strife.

Have a look at the situation twice or even thrice

You will find for sure a compromise.



Hurry up to love the rain and the snow!

Hurry up to love everything that grow!

Hurry up to love the hot and the cold

Hurry up to love the young and the old.



Hurry up to live in winter and summer!

Find the beauty in autumn and spring!

Appreciate a farmer who works hard

And…present you a pumpkin on Halloween.



Hurry up to listen and hear!

Feel the souls of those who are dear!

Hurry up and be happy today!

Nothing for tomorrow delay!



Summing up I repeat again:

Hurry up! Hurry up! Hurry up!



©Larisa Rzhepishevska (Odessa, Ukraine)

The 22nd of December,2011

Submitted: Thursday, December 22, 2011

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