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Turn Us On Our Backs

Turn us on our backs
And open up our stomachs
You will be the wisest of men
Though at start a lummox.

A book.

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My Tines

My tines are long.
My tines are short.
My tines end ere
My first report.

What am I?

A lightning bolt.

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Moved Like the Tide

Dear Brother,
In the past, men believed
that it moved like the tide.
Till its movement desists,
we will always be this.

Blood.

By Sef Daystrom

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What Can Lift Objects

What can lift objects
or hopelessly try,
but only when filled,
or, lifeless, it lies?

A glove.

By Sef Daystrom

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Always Flying, Never Tired

Always flying,
never tired,
dreamed of, dreaded,
and admired.

Cloud.

By Sef Daystrom

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Apples, Ice and Flowers

Apples, ice, and flowers can do it.
Pears, stones, and coins can’t.

Float.

By Sef Daystrom

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It Has No Eye

If a man made it, it has an eye.
If a tree made it, it has no eyes.

What is it?

A needle.

By Sef Daystrom

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A Precious Thing to Most

A precious thing to most,
In order to take it,
You must already have it.

What is it?

Life.

By Sef Daystrom

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Between High Natural Masses

I am a path situated between high natural masses. Remove my first letter and you have a path situated between man-made masses.

What am I?

Valley / Alley

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Two Common English Words

“H-e” starts and ends two common English words. One painful in love, one painful in everyday matters.

What are the two words?

Heartache and headache.

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