Week 13: The Guessing Game
By Lucy Tirahan
Week 13 was entitled 'The Guessing Game'. Tying in with themes discussed in week twelve, I asked the class to develop the reserved writing skills by forming riddles and purposefully told them to leave out the answers. Can you guess any of them?
I am the girl on fire,
The fuse to rebellion,
The star-crossed lover,
The girl taking the strike
The pride of my district.
Who am I?
I’m bubbling of colours and sparks,
Like a witches cauldron Sprinkled with glitter,
With a mountain of succulent snow,
A straw will guzzle me up,
And my snowball will slowly drown to be devoured.
WHO AM I?
I am an overflowing volcano, spilling out my anger in the form of steam
Hear me whistle;
See me rumble;
Feel the tension rising;
And then slowly drip down into a pool of water.
What is holding me?
If I am lucky, I will still have you,
I was born and you were there,
I could lose you any moment,
I love you with all my heart,
You’re the first thing I saw,
So what are you?
I am large but not seen,
Everywhere I have been.
I can make you feel cold,
I am older than old.
Because of me a whole house can go by,
Now you must guess what am I?
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