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Posted on 8th November 2014
My friend lost her big smelly cat
Which would always come up when we’d chat
She told me at work
Take this flyer, you jerk
And that’s how we got in this spat.
There once was a soldier who’d boast
Of bravely defending his post
Behind him I tread
“Shots fired!” I said,
And he ran like he spotted a ghost.
I have made but a few mistakes
As Kurtis Blow said, "that’s the breaks”
Some puzzles are hard
Some leave you scarred
But together we’re raising the stakes.
The student misunderstands fear
It is something you want to keep near
Use it and you find
It will focus your mind
And keep all your thoughts very clear.
There once was a Mu from Atlantis
Who’s pet was a huge preying mantis
One day it was mating
And while procreating
Lost his head while performing romantics.
I knew a Minoan named Midas
Who suffered a case of arthritis
They examined his glands
And touched his pained hands
Which created a great golden crisis.
How does a lit candle show life
As the fire cuts deep like a knife
Burning wax dripping down
Where the fire will drown
Death comes to us all with his scythe.
The golden ratio will be seen
Throughout all of nature it seems
It's power does stagger us
Even outdoes Pythagoras
Those Greeks, they had quite the scene.
Remember this is the last puzzle of the week so you will need the previous 5 solves
Hint straight from Stella
Well here is a solving enhancer
This isn’t complex
The words that are next
May help you to discover the answer
Locate in the text names of the landing pages or the answer of the 5 puzzles in the text
- “Shots fired!” I said,
- The golden ratio will be seen
- How does a lit candle show life
- Take this flyer, you jerk
- The student misunderstands fear
Picking up the word after each of the words related to the previous puzzles you will get I will show you fear
This is a line from T. S. Eliot poem The Waste Land.