A traditional wedding, the deal almost sealed.
Read between the lines, and the clue is revealed.
Closer to cryptic but not a big mystery.
If you’re on the right path, you can make history.
Partially known as a yearn in the heart.
Then silence descends -- at least if you’re smart.
For Mephistopheles, it comes to a head.
In Goethe’s epic ode to bargains and dread.
It takes a village to raise a crowd.
Gesturing wide and singing out loud.
It’s symbolism we mean, if a yen does appear.
Does X mark the spot? No, but it’s near.
We’re now partway through our little ludus.
As some would notice, this one’s a Judas.
One final hint, a colorful add.
As Lou would ask, “who’s on first, comrade?”
One killed Dickinson, the other was killed by Burr.
Put them side by side, their legacies as it were.
Capture the thought and occasionally repeat.
It’s impressionistic; at the same time concrete.
Skip the friendship, and the harvest’s no good.
Oak isn’t right, you know that’s just some wood.
What’s the prospect of winning? It’s not here, I’d say.
Kermit’s lament is right, so go the other way.
Howdy, hunters, the latest quest has begun.
Check out the rules and be involved in the fun.
From the clues the location surmise.
Figure it out and win a grand prize.