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This is another one I created a long time ago, probably quite easy to the smart fellas here.

This is a riddle, that much you must know
But what on earth is this passage supposed to show?
It seems that no question is being made clear
And yet an answer you have to give here
One, Four, Five, Two, Twelve, Twenty-Four
Submit the right number and you need think no more.

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The answer is

Twenty

this is because

Each number corresponds to a letter in each sentence.

Further Explanation:

If you count letters in each sentence according to the 5th line, you will find that the first letter in the first sentence is T, the fourth letter of the second sentence is w, so on so forth.

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  • $\begingroup$ Congrats BlueFire, that was quick. $\endgroup$ – Xenocacia Sep 26 '16 at 9:35

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