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Thursday, October 24, 2013

My Lego King



He builds his kingdom by hand,
With bricks that are stronger than sand.
He wears his crown on his head,
The crowd hanging on every word he said.

He might be small,
but he is my master.
But only because 
he's my little brother.

We use swords and shields
that no one could destroy.
We'll be better than the kingdom of Troy.

Even when we grow up,
I'd never forget.
That my brother was once a king,
the best I've ever met.

22 comments:

  1. Awesome poem! My little brothers had more legos growing up than I have ever seen. One day I went downstairs (the girls rooms were upstairs and the boys rooms were in the basement) and our entire basement was covered in wall to wall legos and there were my four little brothers sitting in the middle of it all playing. It was crazy!

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  2. Love your poem! It really hits home with me because I have two little Lego kings in my house. They are spread out all over the floor in front of me as I type this :)

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  3. What a sweet, sweet memory you have of your brother. Have you shown him this poem yet? If not, you need to let him read it.

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  4. I think it is time for you to print out all your poems and compile them into a book which you can then self publish!

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  5. Beautiful. Kids in their element are the most amazing thing on the planet!

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  6. I love the simplicity of this poem. I have so many great memories building Lego houses and castles with my cousins. This would be wonderful to paste alongside this photo collage in a scrapbook to give him when he's older! :)

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  7. Very sweet poem and I love the photos. My youngest son was a lego fanatic when he was little.

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  8. How cute, I love the crown. Beautiful poem. We just finished playing legos here,love them.

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  9. What a wonderful poem and so reminiscent of childhood. I like it very much!

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  10. Oh I love this. That's how I feel about my little brother! Such a sweet poem!

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  11. Aww what a lovely poem <3 it amazing what you can be as a child :) x

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  12. I love the poem. My granddaughter is a lego fanatic. She makes me sit hours building with them.

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  13. What a great poem. My brother used to have Legos and I used to love to steal them and play with them.

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  14. That is so cute! I think it's awesome that he enjoys his world of Legos as much as he does!!

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  15. LOVE IT! My brother is nine years younger than me, so this speaks to me! :)

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  16. Those photos are adorable. What a cute tribute to your brother!

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  17. Beautiful poem recognizing your brother. Great photos too! Sibling love is so great.

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  18. Love your poem, it brings the best memories from childhood and reminds us about our lovely siblings.

    Fan R @TeddyOutReady

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  19. My brother was a Lego aficionado when we were growing up. I remember him taking his Legos with him wherever we went and always building things and pretend playing with them. My boys loved them too when they were younger.

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  20. Loving the poem. My boys love legos but me not so much. I'm always stepping on them. So not a good feeling at all. :)

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  21. aww - is he that younger than you or is this an old pic? either way, love the bond you share.

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  22. Great pics and poem. Even though I can't stand legos this was really cute.

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