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 ...
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 ...
Greetings fellow puzzlers and puzzled alike! I’ve concocted a little puzzle for you all... Well little may be an understatement, but I'll come back to that.
Before starting, you should know that the ...
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,
...although I hope the difficulty is not too severe (but you just never fully know on this site!).
My prefix serves a trotter, that of which is not a horse.
My suffix might find water, at the tunnel'...
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.
Currently working on my fourth anagram puzzle, so in the meantime, I have made a Riley Riddle. Sorry if this riddle seems rather lazy or if the title appears subjective (depending on whether you like ...
I was always useless at memorising poetry and stuff. I tried putting the poems into my own words as a reminder. The problem is that I only remember my versions now and have forgotten the originals!
Here is a new type of puzzle poem I made. Enjoy!
Note: The title is named like that for a reason.
I have a number in mind, it is super cool,
But there's something you need to know, or you will find ...
What am I, and therefore what is the missing word?:
I was one amongst thousands
but I was the lucky one;
I came through those doors and saw you.
Eyes glazed with contentment
from courses consumed,
Riddle me this:
I have more than one face, but I have no eyes.
I roll out of hand during multiple tries.
I very much often do not roll alone;
I have a partner, who like myself, enjoys being thrown.
The field of literary criticism is an interesting and fruitful one, in which puzzlers might carve out a niche. This was recently brought home by a conversation I had with a sagacious old gentleman in ...
The wise Dao teacher Jape-Dze has left numerous poems and texts, but this one untitled work he did not complete, leaving just a scribble as the last line.
Many have tried to decipher the scribbles, ...
...it has a very short life
But goes calmly and smoothly, little-to-no strife.
And even as it passes it becomes something new,
Changing shape constantly 'til there's nothing to view.
Depending where ...
Kevin is a vegan. But not the good kind of vegan. The kind that insists everyone in his neighborhood needs to stop cooking meat at dinner time so he can run outside. Kevin pushed everyone around him ...