10 Riddles by Mike Munsell The Society March 12, 2016 Humor, Poetry, Riddles 1 Comment 1.) The prankster’s favorite home decor, Clockwise or counter, the choice is yours. Never eaten, found in bowls. Around I go, I’m on a roll. What am I? ANSWER 2.) A flightless bird, born in the east. I do not chirp, molt or feast. Stationery, at peace, unmoving if released. What am I? ANSWER 3.) An overwhelming feeling of glum, A group of men that likes to drum, Above you many days a year, Plural, it’s music to your ears. What is it? ANSWER 4.) My family is a handful, and I’m known as the brawler. I’m the first in order, though my siblings stand taller. When I’m on my own it can mean one of two things: Catch me when I’m down and you may frown. When I’m up, it’s a definite yup. ANSWER 5.) I can be hard to find, even when close by. If you need a fix, I’m your guy. You’ll see right through me, When you look into my eye. Who or What am I? ANSWER 6.) I’m old school. I spent decades in black and white. Use me gently or you’ll get nipped by my sound-bite. Use me up, and you’ll end up with dust. What am I? ANSWER 7.) Itching to escape From a dark and drafty place, Gone in the blink of an eye Feeling blessed as I float by What am I? ANSWER 8.) I don’t curse, but I swear. Take a sip, I’m in the air. What am I? ANSWER 9.) Hidden in your closet Sits a calcium deposit, Gutless but not spineless, Supportive, and yet mindless. What is it? ANSWER 10.) Two characters in a childhood song. Side by side, we play along. Spinning, skipping, jumping tracks. Handled gently, burned in stacks. ANSWER Featured Image: “Le berges d’Arcadie” by Nicolas Poussin (1594-1695) Related Post ‘A History Lesson’ by Joseph S. Salemi He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. The misreporting of great Caesar’s death Errs by one gross omission. We’re not told That when conspirators... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail One Response Terence Marin March 18, 2016 Brilliant riddles! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.