All riddles by Mary Lafleur
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Come follow me Though I can't move Still, I will lead
you Through the trees. Come follow me Though I've no
voice To call you on the breeze. These woods are wild As they
can be. I know them well, Come, follow me. What am
A safe Riddle
Gophers dig them underground. Robins
twig them In the trees. Beavers swat them Safe and
sound. Have we all got them? What are these? What am I?
A Twisted Riddle
Wooden arms at funny angles Hold
my leafy fingers tight And my twisted toes Grow dirty Far below
and out of sight. What am I?
A Scary Riddle
Are you afraid of me? Don't
be. All that's here, now Out of sight Was here before Except
the light. What am I?
A Solid Riddle
From end to end I span the air So
you can go from here to there. I land on land, though I've no
wings I'm made of much more solid things. What am
A Light Riddle
I never am without a
light. Together you have seen us. Though hardly close, Like day
and night, Something's always between us. What am
A Blurry Riddle
Just before the lights go out I
shine in blurry orange and red Like chalk upon a page of
blue Beyond a land of gingerbread. What am