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Drown On Land
Alive without breath, As cold as death, Never thirsty, Ever drinking, Clad in mail, Never clinking, Drowns on dry land, Thinks
an island, Is a mountain, Thinks a fountain, Is a puff of air. What am I?
This thing all things devours: Birds, beasts, trees, flowers; Gnaws iron, bites steel; Grinds hard stones to meal; Slays king, ruins
town, And beats high mountain down. What am I?
Glittering points That downward thrust, Sparkling spears That never rust.
The cost of making only the maker knows, Valueless if bought, but sometimes traded. A poor man may give one as easily as a king. When one is broken pain and deceit are assured.
I build up castles. I tear down mountains. I make some men blind, I help others to see. What am I?
Voiceless it cries, Wingless flutters, Toothless bites, Mouthless mutters. What am I?
Die without me, Never thank me. Walk right through me, Never feel me. Always watching, Never
speaking. Always lurking, Never seen. What am I?
Pregnant every time you see her, yet she never will give birth. What is she?
Each morning I appear To lie at your feet, All day I will follow No matter how fast you run, Yet I nearly perish In the midday
sun. What am I?
30 White Horses
Thirty white horses on a red hill, First they champ, Then they stamp, Then they stand still. What are they?
We are five little objects of an everyday sort. You will find us all in a tennis court. What are we?
Of No Use
Of no use to one Yet absolute bliss to two. The small boy gets it for nothing. The young man has to lie for it. The old man has to buy
it. The baby’s right, The lover’s privilege, The hypocrite’s mask. To the young girl, faith; To the married woman,
hope; To the old maid, charity.What am I?
Three Lives Have I
Three lives have I. Gentle enough to soothe the skin, Light enough to caress the sky, Hard enough to crack rocks. What am I?
Flat, Yet Deep
I look flat, but I am deep, Hidden realms I shelter. Lives I take, but food I offer. At times I am beautiful. I can be calm, angry and
turbulent. I have no heart, but offer pleasure as well as death. No man can own me, yet I encompass what all men must have. What am I?
Stealthy as a shadow in the dead of night, Cunning but affectionate if given a bite. Never owned but often loved. At my sport considered cruel, But that’s because you never
know me at all.What am I?
I go around in circles, But always straight ahead Never complain, No matter where I am led.
I heard of an invading, vanquishing army sweeping across the land, liquid-quick; conquering everything, quelling resistance. With it came darkness, dimming the light. Humans
hid in their houses, while outside spears pierced, shattering stone walls. Uncountable soldiers smashed into the ground, but each elicited life as he died; when the army had vanished, advancing
northward, the land was green and growing, refreshed.
What book was once owned by only the wealthy, but now everyone can have it? You can’t buy it in a bookstore or take it from a library.
A telephone book.
Weight in my belly, Trees on my back, Nails in my ribs, Feet I do lack. What am I?
Ten Men’s Strength, Ten Men’s Length, Ten Men can’t break it, Yet a young boy walks off with itWhat am I?
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