by Fonda Nelson
Thursday, September 14, 2006
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My nephew loved to build with Legos and it inspired me to write about things he would build.
Yellow, white, green, red and blue
There are black and some see-through.
They lock together with a snap
They just need to overlap.
A wheel, a tire, a claw and shield
A sign to stop, go slow and yield.
You might start out with just one kit
But once you start it's hard to quit.
You can build things very small
Or you could build things wall to wall.
You could build a car to race
Or fly a saucer into space.
You might need tools and hardhat
For buildings tall or somewhat flat.
Aliens, rockets, a castle and king
You can build 'most anything.
Legos can be lots of fun
Lots of fun for everyone.