Category Archives: rebuses

DOA’s Rebus Answer for the May 10, 2020 Puzzle

Here’s the puzzle answer.  Easy, peasy, no doubt. “Rock Me to Sleep,” Elizabeth Akers Allen Backward, turn backward, O Time, in your flight, Make me a child again just for tonight! Mother, come back from the echoless shore, Take me … Continue reading

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Sunday Puzzles: A Mother’s Day Rebus

Happy Mother’s Day!  Here’s a Rebus for Mother’s Day.  It is somewhat familiar, and I’m tired, and it seems a wee bit off, but I’m trying this week to get back on a regular posting schedule.  The entire source will … Continue reading

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DOA’s Answer for the April 5, 2020 Rebus

Today’s Rebus is from Shakespeare’s Sonnet 98 From You I have Been Absent In The Spring.   I wanted a Spring theme, but I took the most romantic part of the sonnet for the puzzle.   Nor did I wonder at … Continue reading

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Sunday Puzzles: Rebus Time

I almost chose Hard Mode on the My Rebus Maker.  Something a bit easier seems kind.  Have a good Sunday!  

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DOA’s Rebus Answer for the March 15th Puzzle

In the moonlit landscape surrounding Our Lady of Sorrows, a blindfolded girl stumbled through the snow. This is the first line from Jennifer Allison’s Gilda Joyce The Ladies of the Lake: A Mystery This is the second book in the … Continue reading

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Sunday Puzzles: A First Line Rebus

It’s week five in the puzzle rotation and it’s usually some new puzzle type.  After last week, what’s needed is a Rebus puzzle.

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DOA’s Rebus Answer For The March 1, 2020 Puzzle

The first lines of one of the oldest books in my collection comprise this week’s Rebus.   They cut the current the instant the trouble began, switched off the main pumps and broke into the vault. Half dragging the man … Continue reading

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