Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Answer to Fairday's Riddle: Medieval Magic...

Excellent guessing, Riddlers! This week we'll get stuck in the middle ages. Lizzy's review will invoke some medieval magic, so stay tuned! See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F

King and queen sit on thrones, jesters juggle, dogs chew bones. Roaring fires spit and spark, candles flicker in the dark. Gorgeous fabrics hang around, minstrels sing of treasures found. Food laid out for court to eat, finely dressed they meet and greet. In this age, knights crossed swords, fancy ladies danced with lords. A romantic period imagined so, but risky roles high or low.

What am I referring to? Answer: Medieval Times!

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  1. Hi DMS - thank goodness I got one right ... Medieval days - there's so much to them ... cheers Hilary

  2. Yahoo! I said medieval!

    All the best Jan

  3. Got it right.

    Google sure can go all ocd and help organize indeed.

  4. I love read about medieval times !!hugs!

  5. Knights, princesses, and castles, a few of my favorite things.

  6. Great that there are such good helpers for writing. Looking forward to the middle ages! Hugs, Valerie

  7. Its so fairy tale like reading about that time. I like reading about that medieval times.

  8. Great question. About the latest for writers. What is that old saying "Just when I learn all the answers they change all the questions." Yes, I started on a typewriter, now have a computer, which still puzzles me often, and something new comes along. Guess that will keep my brain working to learn it. :)

  9. Medieval still counts as historical, though, I think, haha :D Great riddle, though, always. <3


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