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  1. In marble walls as white as milk,
    Lined with skin as soft as silk,
    In a fountain crystal clear,
    A golden treasure does appear.
    There are no doors to this stronghold,
    Yet thieves break in and steal the gold.

    What is it?

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  2. When I'm young I'm tall
    When I'm old I'm short
    When I'm alive I glow
    Because of your breath I die

    What am I?

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  3. What is wider than life itself
    Longer than forever
    So simple it's complicated
    Travels but never leaves the spot
    Puts others in danger but no one gets hurt
    And reaches to worlds unknown?

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  4. One fine day in the middle of the night
    Two dead men got up to fight
    Back to back they faced each other
    Drew their swords and shot each other!
    What is wrong with this?

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  5. You may enter, but you may not come in,
    I have space, but no room,
    I have keys, but open no lock.

    What am I?

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  1. I tower over the man-made plain;
    My peaks scrape the heavens.
    I have many brothers; in fact,
    We may be as many as a hundred and seven.

    We're as ancient as the oldest trees,
    But not older than the hills.
    We've been studied for centuries now,
    But with mystery we're still filled.

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  2. I have streets but no pavement,
    I have cities but no buildings,
    I have forests but no trees,
    I have rivers yet no water.

    What am I?

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  3. What does man love more than life,
    fear more then death or mortal strife,
    what the poor have the rich require,
    and all contented men desire.
    What misers spend and spendthrifts save
    and all men carry to the grave?

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  4. 500 at the beginning, 500 at the end,
    5 in the middle is seen,
    The first of all letters, the first of all figures
    Take up their stations between,
    String them all together, and you will see
    The name of an ancient king.

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  5. In the dark they are found without being fetched, in the light they are lost without being stolen. What are they?

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