About: I watch old movies
Question: Although I am important to you, I am but a mere illusion. My beginning is as unknown as my conclusion. The more that you think, the more that I appear to pass. When you are in pleasure, I tend to escape your grasp. What am I?
Question: Once you are in my sight, you are gone in a flash, and people tend to use me for cash. I am often used as a dire assist, and people often believe that I cause harm, when I am but its catalyst. What am I?
Answer: A gun.
Question: A wise man once called me "the moist star", and in an infinite sea, I can be seen afar. I create motions in which you may ride on for sport, and am also used as a scientist's port. What am I?
Answer: The moon.
Question: I hold many different components, including a fiery heart. I was born as a rock, being molded from the start. I dance around my fiery neighbor, but he doesn't dance with me. Instead, he provides my children with long-lasting energy. What am I?
Question: I supply the facts, but you supply the thoughts. I am also used to describe realistic droughts. My inhabitants are abstract as their places, And I provide details of their words & faces. I hold details in a very complex form, I may cause your mind to conjure up a storm. I hold many different views from different eyes, My facts can be hard to find; as if in disguise. I may tell of facts, but it may be theories I contain, I can inform, persuade, and can even entertain. I tell of a little girl, and of men chasing a whale, and only through me can you find the answer to this tale. What am I?
Answer: A book.
Question: I am made throughout the world, I am a masterpiece. And to your ears, I am but a humble feast. I am but a traveler, depicted through paper as a start, I can even be made through the work of your heart. What am I?
Question: I am the universe's complex elegance, I am everywhere...I am created through suffering, inspiration, joy, and even despair. I am born as an idea, and then presented to the human eye. However, unlike living things, I can never die. What am I?
Answer: I am Art.
Question: Although I am still, in families, I run. I continue to live on in a living one. As one continues to draw breath, I will not rust. However, when one stops drawing breath, I will become mere dust. What am I?
Question: I am born through wrongful events, sometimes even despair. I show that deep down you care. Although I give you strength, I am but a flaw. I can even turn a man into a monster, a monster that even his own loved ones saw. What am I?