Deer WordsRiddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.
As you pass me again you'll see me sitting here,
Gently drinking water in the land of festive deer.
You'll find me muddled in a mountain range, my backward little friend,
What word am I and will this riddle never end?
AnswerLAP (To pass someone is to LAP them, You only see your LAP when you are sitting down, LAPping is gentle drinking, Festive Deer or Reindeer come from LAPland, ALPS, and a little friend is a PAL, backwards is LAP)
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