School-Safe Puzzle Games

Letter Path Word Puzzle#2

 

 

Starting at the letter ‘E’, move along the path to connect the letters in such a way that they spell a famous quote. Some letters can be used more than once. You may also move forward and backward along the path.

 

Quote:


 

To get the hang of this,you may want to check out the 1st letter path word puzzle.

(feel free to enter your answer in the comment section below. Will unmask in about 2 days, thanks.)

9 Comments to “Letter Path Word Puzzle#2”


  1. aaronlau | Profile

    Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation. by Kahlil Gibran.


  2. dmr104 | Profile

    Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
    – Kahlil Gibran


  3. Poynter-Jones | Profile

    “Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.”


    I don’t know who it’s by though.
    That’s what I could come out with.


  4. joe | Profile

    “ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of seperation”


    Joe


  5. SolarFlare | Profile

    Ever has it been that
    Love knows not its own depth
    Until the hour of separation.


    (Kahlil Gibran)


  6. falwan | Profile

    “Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the final hour of separation.”…


    Khalil Gibran??


    Had to use some powerful search engines..Almost gave up trying.


  7. falwan | Profile

    You need a microscope for that line between I&L in the word “until”.


    I got the quote then spotted the line…How is that??


    Very Cute.


  8. jay | Profile

    Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.


  9. RK | Profile

    Very good, this one was longer than the 1st, and harder too.


    That I&L are kind of close together Falwan; thank goodness for powerful search engines, right? :)


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