As the title states, I have decided to make another quite involved riddle, and though I should probably get away from acrostics for a while (more users are noticing them in my puzzles), I just couldn't resist this one. This is not for the faint of heart.
If you lock your computer, when you walk away; one seems to show, with spectacular fame.
A short brutal riddle, it takes quite some time; but within the answer, 'tis two you will find.
One becomes two, and I'd like some pi; but first can you tell me, what am I?
Hopefully these riddles, aren't bothering you; for Joe has a six, gleaming, shiny, and new.
These riddles are dismembered, and each quite unique; if you solve this one, it is five that you seek.
Search through this puzzle, but not in dismay; these riddles have answers, all you need are the names.
What is the word, and how did you find it?
On your road to the answer, you may need a hint; you'll just need to search, to find each bit.
This one is tough, that is a fact; the acrostic you seek, is truly abstract. The answer is here, but it is there; reading and writing, of numbers beware.
Twinkie's got something, a fantastic start; look to the answers, they're broke into parts.
An answer of sorts, is what you seek; but if you think literal, your future is bleak. The acrostic is here, line by line; you just have to build it, one at a time.
Side Question: What are your thoughts on this riddle? Was it creative in your opinion? Was it too involved? Was it too easy? I would love some feedback here!