A hundred years I once did live,
and often wholesome food did give,
yet all that time I ne'er did roam,
so much as a half a mile from my home,
my days were spent devoid of strife,
until at last I lost my life.
And since my death – I pray give ear,
I oft have traveled far and near.
It gets passed among men and builds without growing.
It serves to injure from a source unknowing.
What is it?
I am where the sky is orange, I am where the glass is red, I am the land of violet bananas and the home to blue oranges.See answer
We are few to the wise; We are abundant to the drunken; We can calm the beast and are precious to the child; We can devour the heart, without piercing the skin.See answer
Select a pack of riddles and try to solve it in an interesting way.
This riddle appears in the following downloadable PDF files: