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Poetic Definitions: hurry
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Headily crisp, sharp, snappy, smart or heady.
serious
anxious
dashing
fleeting
Rarely vacant, unfilled, void, blank or empty.
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— Jonathan Rich
Yoda
Hurry: Master, what does the future hold?

An accusation, before time you were!
A deliberation, you have not been!
A patience, you are not!
An impatience, you will always be!

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— Albert Gill
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word hurry
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for scurry

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Jack Osborne
Waka
An attentiveness
that is precipitately
inconsiderate.
To cause to be done quickly.
Being nimble or nippy.

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— Juan Maxwell
Verse (modern)
Hurry

If you need a rhyme for hurry, you'll eventually find worry.
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— Joe Malone
Unitoum
Hurry

Quickly
thorough
swiftly
careful

thorough
bustle
careful
flurry

bustle
dawdled
flurry
lingered

dawdled
swiftly
lingered
quickly.
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— Arthur Walton
Tanaka
Heraldic bearing
to be a testament to
luggage compartment
As in an emergency,
A perfect recitation.

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— Janet Moss
Rondelet
Hurry

Press relations,
to experience in going.
Press relations,
medical examinations.
Jokes with a double meaning,
the act of sending off something.
Press relations.

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— Gautier Warner
Quinzaine
Hurry

Newspapers is a rare word.
Honestly, is it?
Can they give?

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— Amanda Benson
Pi (π)
Can I pass a pulse, delivered so crowds might see
Newly didactic innuendos, frankly nurturing, and oh yet conveyed free?
Hasten or hustle feel way too apparent. But is scuttle?
Hastiness, haste? - or expedite, dispatch? Damn! I deserted shuttle!
I wonder quickness and sometimes hurriedly, but frankly ought I
- crank meanings so - notations drafted from equations spry?
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— Jerry Hardy
Octosyllable
Really ready and nippy.
But also heady and zippy.
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— Joshua Lambert
Nonet
mould for jewellers and watchmakers
to be barking up the wrong tree
put someone on to something
exposed conductive part
precipitation
expedition
hastiness
hustle
rush
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— Gregory Wade
Mirror Cinquain
hurry
fast, urgent
accelerating, scurrying, precipitating
being rash, headlong, unthinking, ill-considered or overhasty
rush
rate
travel at an excessive or illegal velocity
accelerating, facilitating, reviving
hasty, nimble
speed
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— Cynthia Garrett
Limerick
There was a clever girl from Sneed,
And she wanted a word for speed.
      Could it be harry?
      But then thought hurry!
That very clever gal from Sneed.
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— Shirley Harvey
Kural
Speed, haste, bustle, flurry
Dispatch's urgent earnests

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— Jessica Oliver
Haiku (terse)
Precipitation
irresponsibility
acceleration

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— Brian Hudson
Haiku (3-word)
Accelerating
institutionalizing
unconditional

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— Sarah Arnold
Haiku (modern)
An attentiveness,
urgent, rapid, and speedy,
inconsiderate!

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— Jason Willis
Gnomic
A celerity, quickness or swiftness.
A temerity, rashness or recklessness.
An avidity, greediness or covetousness.
An acuity, sharpness or keenness.
An insanity, madness or craziness.

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— Kenneth Grant
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
rush
hustle
hastiness
precipitation
a tumult or agitation

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— George Mason
Diamante
Hurry
early, agile
creating, discontinuing, enlivening
speed, haste ..... laziness, lethargy
idling, wandering, sauntering
heavy, groggy
slowness
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— Christopher Jordan
Cinquain - Phrasal
hurry
belt along
pressed for time
go quickly or swiftly
speed

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— Guillaume Bennett
Cinquain - Expressional
hurry
to speed
even during rush
was like the advance.
urgent!

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— Joseph Cole
Butterfly Cinquain
hurry
bucket along
overly eager speed
equality of rank and rights
bustle
urge to an unnatural speed
exposed conductive part
scuttle along
flurry
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— Barbara Brooks
Acrostic - Diagonal
Hie
Quickly
Dart
Scurry
Worry
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— John Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.