Stop worshipping me!
Away! you flea!
I'll stomp you with my boots,
You know I'll accept any substitutes,
At first, I change you,
Then I begin to arrange you,
And finally I end your precious heartbeat!
I'm always in your thoughts, technically twice
If displayed correctly, just to be precise
If you see my left you will call me a con
and it would tear me apart if you called me John
Take down a note ...
I'm lying down, with a dah-ditty-dah, in the middle of the end,
I'd hang upside-down similarly with my friend,
Were I to flip over, with a dah-ditty-dah, it'd be the middle of the day,
Right way up I ...
You've seen me often, know me well,
my name the scribes and sages tell.
My many kin you also know,
but I'm most famed, as our kind go.
One sister's love is grand largesse,
another's like me, more or ...
I'm asking about classic riddles as they appear in books and kids' literature, based on metaphors - not maths problems or tasks, or deceitful questions but just an old good-natured rhyme describing ...