I've got a riddle to put in the yard.
Don't you all fret; it's really quite hard.
A question I hide in these lines of bad phrase.
Can you answer it and so just amaze?
Thirteen and five squared spell out the start.
Counting from A, if you are smart.
Right in the front, you'll find this place.
Only one man can win in a race.
You all know why we are here.
A challenge brings joy, not lots of fear.
A small little bug counts out the time.
It wants your blood or perhaps just a chime.
When words fall apart, they need a sleuth.
Reorder and Solve to find the truth.
The greatest question remains on this list.
Not where, what or when, of that I insist.
That's all it is; six words I have lost.
If you found them all, they all point to _____.
None of the lost words are in the lines.
You can all Solve it, just watch for the signs.
After the third word, take a small break.
One word's a proper noun, but don't let your heart ache.