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Bottoms Up -- Spring is in the Air

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Comes often between as's almost now

Willingly, readily, in the future somehow

Up up in the sky, over seas it soars

All in good time, they say, take yours

Stand on the street, you might come by me

Then maybe a kid, tickled pink they could be

With such a great deal, the odds are remote

Yet this could help you, to stay afloat

You've made your bed now, so on it you must lay

Too, ironic this vow, to love honor and obey

Solve each of the five, two line riddles above

Then follow the clues, for some additional love

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parade, offer, actor, actress

sacred, solemn, grave

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Hope I'm not repeating an earlier answer, I'm at work and couldn't check everything - bike?

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Still have the third and fifth couplet to solve. Fear I've said too much and further muddied the waters so will try keep my responses to the point.

- REWRITE -

Stand on the street, you might come buy me

Then maybe a kid tickled, pink it could be

Ones unfortunate situation, 'tis cause for dismay

Too, ironic this vow, to love honor and obey

Oh, one last HINT. All five words to the five couplets are one syllable

EDIT: just saw yours DD, still no.

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peddle?

Nevermind, just saw that it is only one syllable. This can't be the answer

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peddle?

Nevermind, just saw that it is only one syllable. This can't be the answer

Rose?

hidy ho hambo - 'fraid I still gotta say no.

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lot or place or wed

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lot or place or wed

hey chic - nada

plight?

DD - correct once again. Now for the clean sweep?

shake?

hey slangester - sorry, no.

Only the third to go -

Stand on the street, you might come buy me

Then maybe a kid tickled, pink it could be

Realize now that a more specific answer than intended would have more than one syllable, if that makes sense.

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Great going DD :thumbsup:

How about Sweets

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ade, news or shine?

the first one above finishes the five. well done DD!

Great going DD :thumbsup:

How about Sweets

sorry rsn, there is a little more to figure though.

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soon, tern, ade, raft, plight

For a clue to the rest, turn back to the start

After that then another, so too to impart

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but it does somewhat fit with the title

:)

prats?

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but it does somewhat fit with the title

:)

prats?

that's correct. there is still something left though...

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Prats Ladeo

:unsure:

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Prats Ladeo

:unsure:

hey rsn - cant say I know what that is. oh, just now see where you got that. 'fraid not.

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prats.....then maybe parts....??? or prats prank....???

i'm just being ridiculous....hee hee :D

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Sky Rockets in Flight.....?

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Comes often between as's almost now

Willingly, readily, in the future somehow -
soon by DudleyDude

Up up in the sky, over seas it soars

All in good time, they say, take yours -
tern by DudleyDude

Stand on the street, you might come buy me

Then maybe a kid tickled, pink it could be -
ade by DudleyDude

With such a great deal, the odds are remote

Yet this could help you, to stay afloat -
raft by DudleyDude

You've made your bed now, so on it you must lay

Too, ironic this vow, to love honor and obey

or

Ones unfortunate situation, 'tis cause for dismay

Too, ironic this vow, to love honor and obey - plight by DudleyDude

Bottoms Up (the first letter of each of the five starting from the bottom) - prats by DudleyDude

as well as what follows for the additional love - aft + ern + oon + de + light = Afternoon Delight by Wilson

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Thanks to all who played along. It was a great ride.
B))

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Stand on the street, you might come buy me

Then maybe a kid tickled, pink it could be

:D

Pimp!

Thanks for the fun PG!

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Stand on the street, you might come buy me

Then maybe a kid tickled, pink it could be

:D

Pimp!

Thanks for the fun PG!

Was gonna let that go but am still chuckling. Thank you for the grins.

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Another great riddle PG. I enjoyed it :)

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