“No qualms about it.”
A phrase comes to my mind,
the one and only, when I see or
hear, the word, qualm.
But when I begin to really think about it,
there are many that I have – and less often than not,
I don’t have any about something.
doubt, worry or
These are common feelings of the everyday
me, and I think, the everyday you, and you, and
most human beings. Racked with guilt, and self-doubt
there’s punishment for every possible not-so-saintly
action. But I want to redefine the phrase:
Have qualms about it – they make you human.