Selling the Wind
Riddles are little poems or phrases that pose a question that needs answering. Riddles frequently rhyme, but this is not a requirement.
I'm killing live trees and planting dead ones.
I'm selling the wind to buy the sun.
What am I doing?
Chopping trees for wood and then building a fence.
I'm selling fans to buy a lamp.
Apr 24, 2002
|Shounldn't this be two seperate riddles? The two lines don't relate at all.|
Apr 25, 2002
|I got them from the same place and they're just so short.|
Sep 18, 2002
|Haha, Thats origional, yet, interesting! :-) good job!|
Dec 07, 2003
|i think you should have seperated them cause i thought that you were doing the same thing with both lines, and i could think of nothing that related to both...its confusing.|
Oct 10, 2004
|watch your spelling |
Sep 01, 2005
|I thought it was one teaser and was trying to work it out. if I knew it was two seperate teasers I would maybe have got them|
Dec 02, 2005
|3 people wrote "separated"; none correctly! |
Jan 03, 2007
|I agree with the above comments. This should have been split or there should have been an indication that the two lines did not refer to the same thing.|
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