Oft I must strive with wind and wave, battle them both when under the sea.
I feel out the bottom, a foreign land. In lying still, I am strong in the strife;
If I fail in that, they are stronger than I, and wrenching me loose, soon put me to rout.
They wish to capture what I must keep. I master them both if my grip holds out.
If the rocks bring succor and lend support, strength in the struggle. Ask me my name!
I'm posting one puzzle, riddle, math, or statistical problem a day. Try to answer each one and post your answers in the comments section. I'll post the answer the next day. Even if you have the same answer as someone else, feel free to put up your answer, too!
Monday, June 28, 2010
Posted by Unknown at 10:10 AM
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Another sea riddle!ReplyDelete
An anchor is the answer, I believe
even I guess it is an AnchorReplyDelete
Perhaps I should have waited a bit to post this riddle, instead of putting two sea riddles back to back. At least make it a bit of a challenge.ReplyDelete
Oh well, anchor is the answer.