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Riddle 161

It sat upon a willow tree,
And sang softly unto me.
Easing my pain and sorrow with its song,
I wished to fly, but tarried long.
And in my suffering,
The willow was like a cool clear spring.
What was it that helped me so?
To spend my time in my woe.

Riddle 162

I awoke with start.
Hearing its voice in the dark.
And shook more so from within,
Than that which came upon the wind.
Then, with a flare and a flash.
I hid my head and awaited the crash.
What is it that shook my body so?
And made me hide way down low?
Thunder & lightning

Riddle 163

Quickly, quickly up they run.
Then down again here they come.
Moving up, then down, then up again,
Take notes, and start again.
Combining both sharps and flats.
Does anyone know where they are at?
Hands on a keyboard

Riddle 164

A man not a man saw and did not see a bird not a bird
sitting on a stick not a stick and hit it with a stone
not a stone.
A reflection, or mirror

Riddle 165

They can be harbored, but few hold water,
You can nurse them, but only by holding them against someone else,
You can carry them, but not with your arms,
You can bury them, but not in the earth.
A grudge

Riddle 166

Deep as a bowl, round as a cup,
Yet all the world's oceans can't fill it up.
Answer 1: A sieve, collander
Answer 2: Sphere of Annihilation

Riddle 167

Though desert men once called me God,
To-day men call me mad,
For I wag my tail when I am angry,
And growl when I am glad.
A cat

Riddle 168

What answer is blowing in the wind?
Forty-two. (How many roads must a man walk down?)

Riddle 169

I heard of an invading, vanquishing army
sweeping across the land, liquid-quick;
conquering everything, quelling resistance.
With it came darkness, dimming the light.
Humans hid in their houses, while outside
spears pierced, shattering stone walls.
Uncountable soldiers smashed into the ground,
but each elicited life as he died;
when the army had vanished, advancing northward,
the land was green and growing, refreshed.
A rainstorm

Riddle 170

I saw a strange creature:
Long, hard, and straight,
Thrusting into a round, dark opening,
Preparing to discharge its load of lives.
Puffing and squealing noises accompanied it,
Then a final screech as it slowed and stopped.
Say what I mean.
Train, subway

Riddle 171

I can find a thing I cannot see and see a thing I cannot find.
The first is time, the second is a spot before my eyes.

Riddle 172

I can feel a thing I cannot touch and touch a thing I cannot feel.
The first is sad and sorry, the second is your heart.
Your heart

Riddle 173

Never ahead, ever behind,
Yet flying swiftly past,
For a child, I last forever,
For adults, I'm gone too fast.

Riddle 174

Tall she is, and round as a cup,
Yet all the king's horses
Can't draw her up.
A well

Riddle 175

There more of it there is,
The less you see.

Riddle 176

What is not enough for one,
Just right for two,
Too much for three?
A secret

Riddle 177

What gets wetter the more it dries?
A towel

Riddle 178

What word does this represent?
Water (H2O)

Riddle 179

Man of old, it is told
Would search until he tired,
Not for gold, ne'er be sold,
But what sought he was fire.
Man today, thou mayst say,
Has quite another aim,
In places deep, he did seek,
To find me for his gain!

Riddle 180

A warrior amongst the flowers,
He bears a thrusting sword.
Able and ready to use,
To guard his golden hoard.
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