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)

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