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Sir, I bear a rhyme excelling

Riddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.

 

Puzzle ID:#1101
Fun:*** (2.37)
Difficulty:*** (2.89)
Category:Riddle
Submitted By:vivek***
Corrected By:shadowx8m

 

 

 



Sir, I bear a rhyme excelling
In mystic force and magic spelling
Celestial sprites elucidate
All my own striving can't relate

Can you decipher me?




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Comments

Captbob61
Mar 22, 2002

That's a great riddle.
dodobird
Mar 26, 2002

is can't 4 or 5...does the ' count
emilymonkeymaia
Apr 11, 2002

Good!
Violin2001
May 09, 2002

Quite good. too easy!
bluetwo*
May 16, 2002

apostrophes are not letters, so "can't" is 4 letters long
Mogmatt16Ava*
May 26, 2002

If I had any clue what the question was it would be a whole diffrent story...
frank0001h*gb*
Jun 01, 2002

Answer may be correct but quite agree with previous. With no idea what is meant, impossible.
O_wise_one*
Jun 01, 2002

I agree Mogmatt
starlust
Jun 05, 2002

I can't understand the question or the the anwer, it sounds medievel-like though, an A+ on stumping me
tiffiney79
Jun 08, 2002

i must be a little slow b/c i don't understand the question or the answer. someone please explain:-)
PARAPPA76*
Jun 07, 2003

you copied this from flooble.com/perplexus from ravi raja
sweetime**
Aug 31, 2005

lol that was a fantastic riddle!
loved it!!
jntrcs*
Apr 12, 2006

Impossible! wow that's a cool answer i never would have thunk. lol The question is can u decipher me which means theres like a hidden meaning and that answer means every word has as many letters as the digit in pi.
Jimbo*au*
Jun 05, 2006

A hint would have been good.
RerepeteAca*
Aug 16, 2007

First digits of Pi:

3.14159265358979323846

If you go to this page, you can get 1 million decimal places of Pi...

http://www.piday.org/million.php
ThinksForFun*
Oct 29, 2016

The concept is intriguing, however, I think it's virtually impossible that anyone would come up with the correct answer.

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