Monday, November 7, 2016

Monday's Riddle: Falling in Time...

Hello, Riddlers! Can you guess our theme this week? They're almost gone in New England! ; ) ~ 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? Stop by Wednesday for the answer. 

I gave you a clue!


29 comments:

  1. Leaves! That one I know.
    Ours are still turning colors.

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  2. Leaves. Beautiful autumn leaves. We're still green in San Antonio. Have a great week!

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  3. Hi DMS - I hope leaves .. because that's what I'd guess .. and there are loads of them around - cheers Hilary

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  4. Leaves - probably of the autumn variety...

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  5. Autumn leaves are such a colorful feast for the eyes.

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  6. Leaves! My favorite time of year -- the leaves changing color are so beautiful. Gorgeous riddle, ladies! Have a wonderful week!

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  7. Sounds like leaves, love the changing colors.

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  8. The fall leaves :) They're all gone here in Montana at this point.

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  9. Leaves! Fall leaves to be exact. This Jamaican knows your strange foreign weather even if I do live in the tropics. We have our own version too. It's called "Andre go rake up those leaves!" Yeah, I don't do rakes. I'll hold the big garbage bag if you need help. *Wink*

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  10. We've raked enough that I am confident the answer is leaves!

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  11. the lost souls of nature dead

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  12. Leaves!! I must have drunk enough caffeine today 'cause my brain is working!!

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  13. Falling leaves like the ones that cover my yard.

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  14. Oh how I love the colour of autumnal leaves.

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  15. Leaves - so glorious in the fall.

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  16. Leaves. That was too easy, Jess. But then, I like easy. We've been getting high winds all weekend, so what was left of our leaves is gone. Next year.

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  17. I wouldn't know. I never see things like that in Florida. ;)

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  18. Excellent guessing, Riddlers! The answer has fallen from the tree. ;) ~ F

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