# Logic riddles

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What does a tree do when it gets homesick?
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Bright pearls were scattered on a black cloth. What are they?
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I gently patter on the roof at night. I mutter quietly and lull you to sleep, asking, “All sleeping? All right!” What am I?
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What man cannot live inside the house?
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An old woman sweeps behind the house, but the dust turns up at your doorstep. What is it?
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It is energy and motion, it can fly across the ocean. It can listen and even speak, it can see and even seek. It eats neither fruit nor gruel, it eats energy and fuel. Better say: It doesn't eat; It is transformed into heat. What is it?
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A house full, a hole full, but you can never gather a bowl full. What is it?
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What is it that anyone can divide, but no one can see where it is divided?
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As I was going o’er London Bridge, I heard something crack. Not a man in all England can mend that! What is it?
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My step is slow, and I breathe snow. To the ground, I bring death. My marching brings an end to me, I'm slain by the sun or engulfed by the sea. What am I?
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I am all that you see, yet I’m nothing at all, and from you, I will flee. Formed of deception, I will twist your perception. Wherever I'm rising, I warp the horizon. What am I?
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If you like being in nature and want to camp overnight, you can sleep in one of these. What is it?
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There is a common plant That's like something in the sky. It is bright yellow, And grows to be 10 feet high. What is it?
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Colorful flowers Bloomed in the garden, Beautiful colors But autumn is coming. What flowers are they?
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What tree grieves the most?
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What animal can jump higher than a tree?
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A house with two residents - sometimes one, seldom three. Crack the walls, eat the dwellers, then throw it away. What is it?
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I am a plant you use in food, and my name consists of 5 letters. Remove the first letter of my name, and you'll get a form of energy. Get rid of two, and you'll get something necessary for life. Scramble together the last 3 letters, and you can drink it. What am I?
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I am a small seed, and there are three letters in my name. Take away two letters, and I still sound the same. What am I?
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You will find me in the mountains, and you'll find me in a creek. I have no mouth, but I speak every tongue. I have no ears, yet I answer every cry, and I always have the final word. What am I?
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I can run but never walk, Have a mouth but never talk, Have a head but never weep, Have a bed but never sleep. What am I?
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A thousand colored folds stretch toward the sky, Atop a tender strand, Rising from the land, 'Til killed by maiden's hand. Perhaps, as a token of love. Perhaps, to say goodbye. What is it?
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Walks in the wind but stands where there's moist, Counts time, stops clocks, Swallows kingdoms, gnaws rocks. What is it?
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What has roots that nobody sees, Is taller than trees, Up, up it goes, And yet never grows?
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What falls but never breaks?
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What is thick but thin as a puff, What is short but tall as a bluff, What brings peace and calms the sea, What dazzles the eyes of you and me?
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I'm gentle enough to soothe your skin, Light enough to fly through the sky, Strong enough to crack rocks. What am I?
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What occurs once in a date, twice in Valentine’s Day, and three times in everlasting love?
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It could be delivered by mail, email, by hand, or even by pigeon. It is sometimes short, sometimes lengthy, and with deep, profound, or simple feelings. What is it?
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Where does Easter come before Valentine's Day?
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