Question: What goes on four legs in the morning, on two legs at noon, and on three legs in the evening?
Hint: What if morning, noon, and evening were a metaphor for young, middle-aged and old?
Answer: Man. He crawls as a baby, walks, then uses a cane in old age.
Question: From "N" to "S" I travel I wish I had a paddle... The closer I get- there`s less of me Further away from "N" I flee In the surroundings I slowly fade One soul for another I trade What am I?
Answer: A block of ice/or Iceberg
Question: A powerful spell, the naive knows it well; one cast at an affair for your most popular gown. No sticks, no stones, a mage sans tomes, a fight, no toil but it still breaks you down.
Answer: A Lullaby Naive know it well = Sang to children Most popular gown = Nightgown A fight = The slight resistance that one (mostly kids) puts up while slowly drifting off to sleep