A while ago AOM had a trivia group that played a game where one asked a question and who ever got the answer first was allowed to pick the next trivia question. Maybe we could do that with riddles in this thread?

I will start it off.

A beast of iron lies in a dark tunnel. It is deadly but can only attack when pulled back. What is it?

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Or a cane.

I guess you could say he's a little man with arthritis who needs a cane on rainy days because the rainy weather bothers his arthritis

He's trying to put a little exercise into his life!

Is the elevator powered by the rainwater?

noop

time?

When there is fire in me then I am still cold;
When I own your true love's face then you will not see me;
To all things I give no more than I am given;
In time I may have all things and yet I may keep nothing.

Time?

No a reflection in a mirror.

Good thinking Rick, if it's not the answer sought for, you are still right!

Yes, it is a mirror. Well done.

Your riddle, sir.

Your heart?

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