Monday, May 15, 2017

Monday's Riddle: A Sinking Feeling...

Hello, Riddlers! Can you guess our theme? I love stories on this topic! ; ) ~ F

Far beneath the ocean swell is where I went when I fell. Weather kicked me all around. Captain ran me into ground. Kracken took my wooden planks. Men abandoned noted ranks. Lost in time under the sea, now a clue in history. 

What am I? Stop by Wednesday for the answer!

I gave you a clue! 



30 comments:

  1. A ship sunk and treasure went kerplunk

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  2. Monsters of the Sea? (Plus the sunken ship, an island, and treasure that went kerplunk – as in the comments above) :-)

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  3. Hard one but I'll guess sunken ship like Alex.

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  4. A ship wreck, Treasure Island, Monsters from the deep??? Hugs, Valerie

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  5. Hi DMS - a shipwreck ... and that desert island 'rescue' .. cheers Hilary

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  6. Captain and planks make me think of a ship!

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  7. I'd say a shipwreck. #ThingsThatFreakMeOut lol

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  8. Also going with a sunken ship.

    betty

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  9. I'll go for a sunken ship!

    All the best Jan

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  10. We love this amazing riddle! Our guess is a sunken ship. Wonderful post, ladies :)

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  11. I'm going with a sunken ship. Happy Monday ladies.

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  12. Going with popular trend...sunken ship. Fun riddle.

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  13. What shakes at the bottom of the sea? A nervous wreck...

    Gary

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  14. A ship, most likely sunken. Could also be the Titanic. Great riddle! :)

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  15. A sunken ship that broke up on the coast (maybe the ship in RObert Lewis Stevenson's "Kidnapped"

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  16. Sounds like some kind of ship wreck. Not sure if it's a specific one.

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  17. Hello Stephanie, thanks for your comment on my blog. I just wanted to let you know there are three main titles in the Faraway Tree series, they are;

    The Enchanted Wood
    The Magic Faraway Tree
    The Folk of the Faraway

    They is also a one-off picture book called
    Up the Faraway Tree

    All of them have been republished many times, in both hardback and softback, and you should find copies at ABE Books (www.abebooks.com). Barbara

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    1. Thanks so much, Barbara! I appreciate the help and look forward to reading the books. :)

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  18. So yeah, it sounds like a shipwreck, but I'm curious if you mean a specific one.

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  19. Excellent guess, Riddlers! The answer is safe on shore. ;) ~ F

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