Do it

Do it.  That’s the thing.  Just do it.  Don’t talk, don’t think, don’t stop and listen, don’t believe or hope or wish upon, just go out and do it.

Do it.

Don’t make plans, don’t see what turns up, don’t think what anyone might say, don’t stop to spellcheck, or order sweetly all in a row, just go out and do it.

Do it.

Not for a rainy day, not what tomorrow might bring, not when the sun is over the yard arm, goes down or faraway, just go out and do it.

Not after lights out or up with the lark, not when you’re older, not when you’re sure, or think you know best, do it for yourself, not for anyone else.

Just go out and do it.

Do it.

Do it now.