Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Answer to Monday's Riddle: Leaves to Shed...


Excellent guessing, Riddlers! Friday, you'll fall into Lizzy's book review, so stay tuned. See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F

We're up to fall; love a squall, float and flutter by short and tall. Brown, yellow, orange and red; off we are, left for dead. Roots in time, dug in deep, bound to grow, then onto reap. Let go, travel light, reappear into sight. Each a path set to take, by breath of wind or tyne of rake. 

What are we? Answer: Leaves!



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13 comments:

  1. Looking forward to the book review and pleased to say I got this one right.

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  2. I'm patting myself on the back, tho that was an easy riddle. Did I mention I like easy. Makes me feel smart.

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  3. Yea! Got it right! They aren't falling here, but I remember when we lived in Montana how abundantly they fell this time of year.

    betty

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  4. Oh, perfect riddle answer for the season.:)

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  5. Hi Jess - wonderful illustration for the shedding leaves - just right ... cheers Hilary

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  6. Awesome. We got a number of palm tree fronds on the ground, but not as many leaves.

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  7. The falling leaves are one of the beauties of the autumn season. Great riddle.

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  8. The leaves have been falling something fierce here, lucky for me I don't have to rake them :)

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