Funny Riddles That Rhyme

It is fact that riddles are of various types, buy have heard about such funny riddles that are of rhyme type. I know, this information will be new and very interesting for you. Yes my friend! There are many such riddles available at internet that is present in the form of rhyme. As you know, rhyme is the name of such poem or verse that is identical at the ends or having similar sound at the nodes. So, I am talking about those types of riddles that are just like these poems or verses and having the same interest level as rhymes. Moreover, the best thing about these riddles is that these are the question answers, but in the form of poems. How funny and amazing this idea is? Of course it is. If you want to take benefit from these riddles, you can read this flawless blog and enlighten your time with joy and happiness. 




Q 1: Without a bridle or a saddle,


across a thing I ride and straddle,


And those I ride, by the help of me,


though almost blind are made to see. What am I? 

A. Eye Glasses


Q 2. our men sat down to play,

They played all night 'till break of day.

They played for gold and not for fun

With separate scores for everyone.

When they came to square accounts,

They all had made quite fair amounts.

Can you the paradox explain,

If no one lost, how could all gain?               

A. By the way, Happy New Year Everyone!


Q 3. Though not a plant,

Has leaves.

Though not a beast,

Has spine.

Though many wouldn't need this thing

'Tis more valuable than wine.

What is it?

A. A book


Q 4. Alive without breath,

As cold as death.

Never thirsty,

Always drinking,

All in mail,

never clinking.


Who or what am I?

A. Jester


Q 5. There are four brothers in this world that were all born together:

The first he runs and never wearies,

The second eats and is never full.

The third he drinks and is ever thirsty,

And the fourth sings a song that is never good.

Who are they?

A. Water, Fire, Earth, and Wind


Q 6. Two bodies have I;

Tho' both join'd in one,

The stiller I stand,

The faster I run.

A. An hour glass timer


Q 7. Hibernating when it is cold,

But when it is warm I become bold;

I light up the night,

For every child`s delight.

Some people I might annoy

But to others I bring joy.

What am I?

A. Firefly / lightning bug


Q 8. To cross the water I'm the way,

For water I'm above;

I touch it not, and truth to say,

I neither swim nor move. What am I?

A. A bridge


Q 9. Around the corner there is a tree.

Under the tree there is a school.

In the school there is a desk.

Behind the desk there is a bell.

Behind the desk is a teacher.

What is her name?

A. Isabell


Q 10. There was a girl in our town, 

Silk an' satin was her gown, 

Silk an' satin, gold an' velvet, 

Guess her name, three times I've telled it.

A. Ann

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