Tuesday, 9 September 2008

Scruple

SCRUPLE

verb, noun
To restrain oneself for the sake of conscience; to have qualms or scruples about undertaking an action.



On a cold rainy day,
He might scrub his scruples away
And call in sick
To lounge by the fireside
With buttered crumpets and tea.

2 comments:

Leatherdykeuk said...

Ah!
My favourite so far!

Utterly frabjous!

Jess said...

Callooh! Callay! \o/

*she chortles in her joy*