Sylvia Chidi

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Lego Poem Poem by Sylvia Chidi


Let's build like high rated heroes

Let's construct intact with elevated egos

Let's build a house, a boat and a truck

Tick, tock - knock, knock

Lego is fun and it always rocks



Bricks and blocks

Doors without locks

Cars, ships, ports and docks

Tick, tock - knock, knock

With Lego we always build without, stones and rocks



Today or tomorrow, Girls and Boys

We can carefully configure these wonderful toys

With colourful bricks, mini-pieces and mini-figures

Lego is the way to follow

Build in groups or build solo

Friends, aunties, uncles and nieces

Assemble, break and reassemble pieces



Tick, tock - knock, knock - talk, talk

Lego, What do we have in stock?

Tick, tock - knock, knock - work, work

Lego, lets stop the cheap talk!

Let's all construct until we hit a stumbling block!


Copyright 2012 - Sylvia Lovina Chidi

Submitted: Monday, February 13, 2012

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