1. From the beginning of eternity to the end of time and space, to the beginning of every end and the end of every place.
2. Until I'm measured I am not known, yet how you miss me when I have flown.
3. Riddle of the Sphinx What walks of four legs in the morning, two legs at mid-day and three in the evening?
4. Its thunder roars before its lightning; its lightning blazes before its clouds; its clouds provide no rain; its rain dries all that it touches.
5. Only one colour, never one size. Stuck at the bottom, yet easily flies. A friend in the sunshine, at home in the rain. Doing no harm and feeling no pain.
6. I'm sometimes white and sometimes black. I'll take you there, but ne'er bring you back.
7. I can sizzle like bacon, and I come from an egg. I have plenty of back bone, but lack a good leg. I peal like an onion, but I'm always whole. I'm long like a flag pole yet fit in a hole.
8. I'm tall and I'm skinny, and yet very shy. I live just an hour then, as quickly, I die. All that I do in my one given hour is wander a trail and all things devour. When e'er people see me, they never are glad, but when I depart them, they're never more sad.
9. At times they are green; at times they are brown, and both of these times, they cause me to frown. But just in between, for a very short while, they're perfect and yellow, and cause me to smile.
10. With silver fangs it lies in wait. With piercing force it doles out fate. O'er bloodless victims proclaims its might, conjoining them ever by only one bite.
11. No sooner spoken, than broken.
12. When it is not known, it is something. When it is known, it is nothing.
13. Seven brothers: Five work all day; the other two just play and pray.
1. THE LETTER 'E'
3. A PERSON: ("Legs" is a metaphor for hands and knees in the first description and two legs and a cane in the last.)
4. A VOLCANO
6. A HEARSE
7. A SNAKE
8. A TORNADO
10. A STAPLER
12. A RIDDLE
13. THE DAYS OF THE WEEK: MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY--THE WORK DAYS. SATURDAY--PLAY. SUNDAY--PRAY.