Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Answer to Monday's Riddle: War or Peace?


Excellent guessing Riddlers! This was a tricky puzzle. Congratulations Heidi and Joanne for guessing correctly. Lizzy's review will show us the effects these two ideas bring, and Friday, we have something special planned. Over the weekend, we enjoy hearing your thoughts on The DMS Wants to Know! See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F

In this world, there are two tides of fate. One filled with love, the other with hate. Both set in motion by a cause in our heart, then churned by emotion to bring a new start. Chaos comes on a wave of destruction, stirring up things that no longer function. It washes over and wrecks the land, dividing the minds of those on hand. The other is gentle, and flows very easy- spraying playfully when the space is breezy. Bringing a sense of lightness and fun, this wave called creation is the best one. Knowing well, these ripples of life, our story is filled with both joy and strife. As it's been, it's always our choice- the words in our head vibrate our voice. So in these times, when the light can be seen, watch the waters swirl into this dream. Know which is which when they wash up on shore. For, whichever is chosen, there's bound to be more.

What am I referring to? Answer: War and Peace ☮


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10 comments:

  1. Definitely a timely riddle with MLK day. Hate and love - two emotions so closely linked with such drastically different outcomes -> war and peace.

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  2. This was tricky, but I like to think I would've gotten it.

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  3. Where was I Monday? Sorry I missed it!

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  4. I don't know that I would have gotten it (you know me and riddles...) but I loved how it flowed. You sure have a way with words! I think this is a good thing, especially since you are a writer and all. :)

    Have a great rest of the week!

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  5. Excellent riddle. Ought to make for a great week.

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  6. Excellent riddle, I look forward to your Friday post :)

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  7. Dang it, missed the riddle yesterday! Granted, I would have probably not figured it out :) Good one though!

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    1. Wow! I don't understand how people got that one. It was so hard :P

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  8. What a gorgeous riddle -- and such perfect timing! Thank you so much for sharing! We can't wait to see your post Friday! *hugs*
    ~Michele and Katertot <3

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