I write words on paper. I work hard to make you think. I can be religious. I can be sexual. The more I write the more confusing I can be. My riddles can be long. They can be short and to the point. I love to make you think. I love to make you wonder. When I speak of the bible I know of its use to the “sons of men”. I know it will make them safer, but I ask it to make sure that you know of its worth. What else do I speak of? Things that “rise up strong and savage.” Things that are of nature’s doing? If you are unsure of what this is I will tell you. Even if normally you should come to this conclusion on your own. The riddle one is about a storm. Now as I speak of God and nature, I also discuss more intimate things. Things that swell, rise and stand. Things that “[hang] between a mans thigh” are you embarrassed by these things? The world we live in is grand and full of wonder. I shall always make you think, make you wonder. Who am I? I am the Exeter Riddler and I am here to entertain.