The last 12 weeks of riddles
Riddle of the Week from Feb 21 2021
While one at sea will travel far.
One alone is but a jest.
A hard one simply will not budge,
With a hidden one you're warmly dressed.
Riddle of the Week from Feb 14 2021
Demand made to one named Kate.
Chocolate at the end of a date?
Unfortunate when paired with death
Or with one who has bad breath.
Riddle of the Week from Feb 07 2021
Like a soft crystal ball
that's been soaked in the brine,
No mystical powers
yet reads all the signs
Has a ring not of gold
that can grow in the night
And reduces in size
in the warm noonday light.
Riddle of the Week from Jan 31 2021
Cities are just full of these.
Butchers have theirs cut from trees.
Guards will throw them at the knees.
Children knock them down with ease.
Riddle of the Week from Jan 24 2021
A mixed up birth, beaten young,
Pockmarked face, has no tongue.
Cast in irons, denied the sun,
But soon he tanned and brown becomes.
Sweet the blood he then might hold,
Or perhaps he'll swim in gold,
Often though, a milky cloud
Will become his funeral shroud.
Riddle of the Week from Jan 17 2021
Standing alone, no place to hide,
Bearer of visions, dreams I provide.
Girded in armor, to touch me is pain
My arms to the heavens, praying for rain.
Riddle of the Week from Jan 10 2021
Cut it when you can,
The militia's out they say.
Cowardice in a flower,
It's oft brown when it's Grey.
Riddle of the Week from Jan 03 2021
What goes around comes around
Or so they say.
Thrown for a loop
In down under play.
Riddle of the Week from Dec 27 2020
The enemies are slain,
But they're not laid to rest.
Drowned in tubes of glass,
They were unwelcome guests.
Brought within the temple
To swim in seas of red.
Like traitors to their brothers,
They teach though they are dead.
Riddle of the Week from Dec 20 2020
I mark the time as you mark me,
My life is forfeit annually.
I'm often hung quite painlessly,
Or carried by someone busy.
Grandfather old, he is my cousin,
When divided, I number one dozen.
Riddle of the Week from Dec 13 2020
Add zero, it would mean no motion.
Add value, a mathematical notion.
As an adverb, it's an affirmation.
With power could corrupt a nation.
This riddle written by RLM
Riddle of the Week from Dec 06 2020
From the heavens and from below
In all who live, but does not grow.
It flies, it runs, it falls, it creeps
It runs away from he who weeps.
For some a road, for some it's home
For many death when it should roam.
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