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SUSPICIOUS

SUSPICIOUS

SUSPICIOUS

suspicious

I didn’t mind the creeping at first,
Now things having been getting worse,
Thought you were in your bag,
But you were in your purse,
Pulling out mace,
To spray the face,
Of a suspicious looking guy walking to close in my case,
What a pace,
You caught him cold,
Frozen as a stone.

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Daily Prompt
Suspicious

 

sus·pi·cious
səˈspiSHəs/
adjective
  1. having or showing a cautious distrust of someone or something.
    “he was suspicious of her motives”
    • causing one to have the idea or impression that something or someone is of questionable, dishonest, or dangerous character or condition.
      “they are not treating the fire as suspicious”
    • having the belief or impression that someone is involved in an illegal or dishonest activity.
      “police were called when staff became suspicious”
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