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A red cap on my head, a stone in my throat, if you tell me the answer, I'll give you a Groat. What am I?
It can poison water in a way no detect poison can tell you. Damned it is in water, highly priced when dry.
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Hundreds of black smiths, in a dungeon with no doors or windows, when we leave, each of us builds his own dungeon. Do you know about all the properties and benefits of fruits and vegetables for the body?
They are necessary for good health. Why don't we learn all about this, and more, through fruits and vegetables riddles? It can be very fun to figure out riddles about foods that everyone likes, from kids to adults. In this collection that we have prepared for you to enjoy in your free time you will find fun riddles involving these healthy foods.
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Riddles for kids featuring fruits are great for kids because these are foods they are familiar with from an early age, and they usually use simple language that is easy to memorise and absorb. Some fruits and vegetables are more known by everyone, while others are less familiar, so they include different degrees of difficulty.
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Short riddles about fruits and vegetables are perhaps the best-known categories in this fun game, and among the most popular with everyone. You don't know? Brown, will you favor us with your gracious permission to gather some more nuts? But Nutkin, who had no respect, began to dance up and down, tickling old Mr.
Presently a little thread of blue SMOKE from a wood fire came up from the top of the tree, and Nutkin peeped through the key-hole and sang—. But Nutkin gathered oak-apples—yellow and scarlet—and sat upon a beech-stump playing marbles, and watching the door of old Mr. On the third day the squirrels got up very early and went fishing; they caught seven fat minnows as a present for Old Brown. Twinkleberry and six other little squirrels each carried a fat minnow; but Nutkin, who had no nice manners, brought no present at all.
He ran in front, singing—. But old Mr. Brown took no interest in riddles—not even when the answer was provided for him.
Each beetle was wrapped up carefully in a dock leaf, fastened with a pine-needle-pin. On the fifth day the squirrels brought a present of wild honey; it was so sweet and sticky that they licked their fingers as they put it down upon the stone. Hum-a-bum buzz! But Nutkin sat upon a big flat rock, and played ninepins with a crab apple and green fir-cones.
On the sixth day, which was Saturday, the squirrels came again for the last time; they brought a new-laid EGG in a little rush basket as a last parting present for Old Brown. Now old Mr.
The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin
Brown took an interest in eggs; he opened one eye and shut it again. Moon the dog is howling at the moon. Bury deep, Pile on stones, My mind will always Dig up them bones. A cloth poorly dyed And an early morning sky How are they the same? Their color changes easily. It occurs once in every minute Twice in every moment And yet never in one hundred thousand years.
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Letter 'M'. Never ahead, ever behind, Yet flying swiftly past; For a child I last forever, For adults I'm gone too fast. Two horses, swiftest travelling, Harnessed in a pair, and Gazing ever in places Distant from them. It can be said: To be gold is to be good; To be stone is to be nothing; To be glass is to be fragile; To be cold is to be cruel.
Unmetaphored, what am I? A heart. Round she is, yet flat as a board Altar of the Lupine Lords. Jewel on black velvet, pearl in the sea Unchanged but e'er changing, eternally. Twice four and twenty blackbirds sitting in the rain I shot and killed a quarter of them How many do remain?
This riddle can be viewed from several different ways, and COULD have different answers, depending on how the question is viewed