In sports and games, I'm in the play,
Bouncing and spinning, throughout the day.
From basketball to tennis, I'm found,
A familiar sight, rolling around.
In nature's realm, I bring delight,
A fruit so ...
Here's one I thought folks here might appreciate. It'll require a combination of codebreaking (or codefinding) and a tiny dab of cryptic mindset.
What poem is written below?
For bonus points, provide ...
The answer is a two-digit number.
Do whatever you want to play
Solution is one step away
Mine for alien harmony
Take some notes you want to declare
Regions you were so unaware
Fundamental is always ...
Silent guide of our perception,
Shrouded in mystery and deception.
Easily brings forth a smile, or a tear so nice,
Power that can stir even the coldest of ice.
Silent whispers, carried on the wind,
This puzzle is part of the Monthly Topic Challenge #4: Cross-*non*-words
Skyline's better half
mirrored – a perfect pangram
and yet a poem. (5)
The answer to this crossword is the unclued 1-Down, a ...
Here's my life recap, just for fun-
I was a gangster at age one!
Hesitation soon surrounded me
And I was disgusting by age three.
I got between the rarest in the crust
And by five became anything I ...
Pardon the bad poetry, but who am I thinking of?
Uncle Sam took a journey to France,
Sky-high wisps for to move with his feet,
And to feel a particular emotion,
A feeling so down-low and sweet.
I can burn, I can attack,
I can ache, I can break,
Add my head, you might find me in a shack,
Move my head, you can go on a long trek.
I can stop, I can eclipse,
I can throb, or be warming,
Remove my ...
Inspired by Wordle, I wondered if it's possible to have a Wordle game that forms a haiku? The question is in two parts:
Is it possible to form a Haiku using only five letter English words (e.g. using ...
I might sound fe_ _ _ _
Yet I'm in the opposite.
Do not count my _ _ _ _s
It was one originally.
But you can spell out
A bright star in me!
And please be sure that you're
Going to the right direction!
I seek his crypt and come to visit
the site of Humpty's fated falls
where definitions aren't explicit.
But as with most awaited walls,
connect the groups and you won't miss it.
Please, identify the ...
There are 3 clues hidden in the poem below.
Each clue reveals a famous number.
Find the 3 famous numbers and explain your answer in detail.
By. This. I. reveal three clues displaying
The relentless ...
Who is he really?
Please answer this question of mine
Starting from the top-leftmost white cell and then
You are still going clockwise by
Taking the letters where you are turning left but
Not, once ...
Seven minutes, turn it on
Put it under, turn it off
Dice it, chop it, lay it out
Add meat and bun and pour it out
It's an old puzzle
But I won't be a muzzle
Can you guess what they are
And how they ...
What am I?
Some call me sphere
Some call me flat
I am a organism according to some intellectuals
Some say I am replaceable with others but for most I am the only one
People love me
I give the best but ...
I am a person known throughout the world,
And yet my accomplishments that are remembered are like some cosmic joke.
I change a piece of clothing just one time!
And so I lost the war.
My last battle,
Totally inspired by Yesterday I had Tears by @MrPie, thinking I had an answer, it led to a poem of it's own...
Riddle Me That:
I'm filled with tears,
You won't see me cry;
I've been seen for years,
You look all around as the darkness has cleared
And now in your presence you see something weird
Two creatures before you, oh what a strange sight
One man is burning and shines brilliant light
Next to ...
You insist I should take one
Ten I shall take as I won.
Tendencies are like a corpse
Fire spreads over entire course.
Fighting as they found a hole
Bamboos grow on land as whole.
Bamboozling, I take ...
Line them up in order,
And into teams as well.
Each of them’s a character,
Under someone’s spell.
Some have foreign accents
And put on different things:
A cute hat, something grave,
Tails and dots and ...
A proverb and a myth, I will tell you a tale of two teams.
I saw them last night in my dreams.
The one team was sleeker, but started much weaker,
The other was strong from the start.
Yes, the other ...
A sentence that can never fail
A broken foot without its tail
Almost there... reverse one sound
By turns mundane and quite profound.
The mantra is your compass then
Your watch to know exactly when
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,
The sun that hides underneath his belt, a new horizon, that none shall melt.
What is a bird that never flies, or a heart that never dies?
Can a man be saved by grace alone, or runs a river that cries.
I once got a letter from my younger sister. It reads :-
How are you? I am fine. I have seen you have given me a lot of gifts, thank you for that. Here's a present from my side. Since I ...