Here is a simple poetry riddle I just thought up. Enjoy!
A king, so great, lives fifteen years more,
A giant, so mighty, his power so easily tore.
A shepherd, in the wild, a stick to a snake,
A death, so loving, causes the entire land quake.
A man, so true, denial unfortunately he did,
An apple, forbidden it was, a serpent sneakily slid.
A boy, so wanted he was, a great ruler he become,
Another king, so wise, a baby problem he made done.
A light, so good, fallen to a mighty pharaoh,
A elder, a big ship, sent some doves and crows.
A boy, called to Him, so young,
3 more men held their tongue.
An evil ruler he was, kill an innocent child,
The little boy, so tender and mild.
A man and a wall, helps make it stand,
A queen, so brave, helps people across her land.
A woman, so poor, had great luck with love,
Another one, within a falling city, was saved, as sweet as a dove.
Now you have heard, so tell me this,
Who are these people, all ye Misters and Miss?