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we are as old as time we are young

you never only hear one of are names

we were torn apart but forced are way together

much blood is on are hands as it also driping on are love

together we began and together we leave

are story is lould and bash but as quite as a tomb

for as old as we are we will never die at the point of a sword

time is are friend but are death is in it to

Do you know who we are can you speek are names?

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I hope that you do not take this offensively ML. I just thought this would help people out....

We are as old as time, we are young

You never only hear one of our names

We were torn apart, but forced our way together

Much blood is on our hands, as it also drips on our love

Together we began and together we leave

Our story is loud and brash, but as quiet as a tomb

For as old as we are, we will never die at the point of a sword

Time is our friend but our death is in it, too

Do you know who we are, can you speak our names?

I hope that this is correct. I am not sure if the second to last line is correct though.

No good guesses yet, but I will think....

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I hope that you do not take this offensively ML. I just thought this would help people out....

We are as old as time, we are young

You never only hear one of our names

We were torn apart, but forced our way together

Much blood is on our hands, as it also drips on our love

Together we began and together we leave

Our story is loud and brash, but as quiet as a tomb

For as old as we are, we will never die at the point of a sword

Time is our friend but our death is in it, too

Do you know who we are, can you speak our names?

I hope that this is correct. I am not sure if the second to last line is correct though.

No good guesses yet, but I will think....

thanks no offense takes this is correct

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Thank you, Magic_luver101, for this riddle! I am so certain of the answer that I decided to join "BrainDen.com" by becoming a member today--just so I could post a response to your forum. Commonly, I read lots of riddles online, but seldom have I ever posted responses to a website for any reason ... let alone joined one.

This riddle seems to contain a grand element of didactic timelessness as does one of my favorites, Shelley's Ozymandias. So, below is my best guess, and I hope I'm correct. [Will I get a prize? Hahaha!] Anyway, I believe ML included some wonderful literary clues (shared with my answer in the Spoiler).

Spoiler for Are you sure you should peek

At my comments below?

If my answer is right,

Then there's no more to know! :):

1) There are some themes that seem Shakespearean: "torn apart," "blood on our hands," "drips on our love," "quiet as a tomb," "die at the point of a sword"

2) So, "Romeo and Juliet" is my answer.

I'm sorry but you are not right i wrote it like that to thoungh you off no one has got it yet :D

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...war and peace...

Oh, duh! :duh: Is it "War and Peace"? I was so certain of my last guess, so I shouldn't be so sure this time.

Just curious, ML--how long did it take you to write this riddle? It's very intriguing (whatever the answer is)!

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it is true that that is a good answer and it would work in meny ways but it is not the one I'm looking for the answer is still out there. It is hard to say how long it took me i was working on it on and off for my whole trip

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PM me if you want the answer

as i look at it it may not make a lot of sence with the answer i had in mind but you could still get it from what i gave

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We are as old as time, we are young

You never only hear one of our names

We were torn apart, but forced our way together

Much blood is on our hands, as it also drips on our love

Together we began and together we leave

Our story is loud and brash, but as quiet as a tomb

For as old as we are, we will never die at the point of a sword

Time is our friend but our death is in it, too

For we stand among those held as high as Romeo and Juliet

We speek in riddles if you do not know are time you simply hear words

You speek are names like we are dead but in truth we never lived

Do you know who we are, can you speak our names

hope this hepls you guys out i will add more later

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Before you P.M. me the answer....

one more guess

that one famous greek couple from the ledgend the magic pitcher? at the end they get turned into trees....

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Before you P.M. me the answer....

one more guess

that one famous greek couple from the ledgend the magic pitcher? at the end they get turned into trees....

sorry no but i know who you are talking about they are a little more up to date

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