Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Answer to Monday's Riddle: Dig Them Bones!


Excellent guessing Riddlers! This week we'll be tip-toeing through the cemetery. Lizzy's review will creep up on us, and Friday, the Character Book Club will be gathering once again. Be sure to stop by the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop, and enter for your chance to win a $20 gift certificate to The Gorey Store. Let the master of mystery twirl your imagination into his web of stories- it's sure to be a grand time! See you all around the book block. : ) ~ F

Here's a spot you'll lay to rest when at last you've solved your quest. Perhaps a hill or grassy knoll is where you'll pay your final toll. The breath of trees that breaks the wind sweeps in time what's kept within. Stones and flowers mark the day, capturing shadows along the way. Stroll in early with an easy glide; slip down the silver on memories slide. But beware should you creep in late- you're sure to find another gate. For in the scripture, carved in stone, rests below flesh and bone. So take thee care, whilst in this wake- to act a fool's a big mistake.

Where are you? Answer: A Cemetery or Graveyard 



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12 comments:

  1. Awesome! Thanks for the link to Friday Riddles.

    Nas

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    1. Hi Romanace Book Haven, Thanks for stopping by! ~ F

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  2. Ooh love the pics!! And great riddle!!!! :0)

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  3. Ooh love the pics!! And great riddle!!!! :0)

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    1. Yes! I feel like you girls are putting some easier riddles or clues in here to make us feel better (;

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    2. Hi Mary and Adriana, lol- thanks! Great to hear from both of you : ) ~ F

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  4. I love the graphics.

    I missed the riddle.

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  5. I didn’t think I had a clue, but I was almost right! How about that!

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    1. Hi Barbara, Yay! Thanks for popping by- it's always a pleasure to hear from you! ~ F

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  6. I love old cemeteries, especially ones in the north-east. They have so much atmosphere, and they really make you feel the history of the area. Great pics! :-)

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    1. Hi Lexa, Me too! They are fascinating. Thanks for stopping by : ) ~ F

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