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 ‘Napoleon in New Orleans’ and Other Poetry by Ro... Napoleon in New Orleans So the sun of Austerlitz has set. I had many triumphs, but it’s the few defeats – Leipzig, Waterloo especially – I... 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 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.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.