Lego Poem

Inspired by the Bricks: a lego stop action and poem.

Lego Stop Action and a Poem

Printable Lego Poem


These bricks, these bricks are
in my pantry and the green chair.
We’ve tried to sort them all by color
How they escape?
I’ll always wonder-
The plastic bins
Never can contain them-
Because he’s always

We pick them up and then, just then-
It’s time to pick them up again!

How do they always multiply?
It’s as they’ve fallen from the sky!

But my boy’s mind’s for sure a spinnin’.
and he always is a grinnin’

When I say, “go ahead and play!”
and then perhaps,


I’ll be riding or flying or sleeping in
a super invention
created just by him

all because this mommy said-
“ok- you can build them on my bed!”

There can never, ever be enough
of this bricky, buildy stuff.
Creator, cars and technic too-
Building- and creating-
All day
is what we do!

OUCH!! I just stepped on a red one!

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Lego Poem



Thanks for the prompt at Poetic Bloomings!

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11 responses to “Inspired by the Bricks: a lego stop action and poem.”

  1. Kristin Avatar

    So great!!

    1. Jen Reyneri Avatar

      Thanks, Kristin:)

  2. De Jackson Avatar

    WONDERFUL! So awesome! 🙂

    1. Jen Reyneri Avatar

      Thanks for your words for so long, De! Love seeing you in MY world 🙂

  3. Pamela Smyk Cleary (PSC) Avatar

    Oh, yes! LOL What fun! 🙂 Legos have a life of their own. (I think they DO multiply!) 😉

  4. Mary Avatar

    Cute! You’re quite talented!

    1. Jen Reyneri Avatar

      Just having fun with words… and bricks! My grandmother always wrote poems to me- it stuck!

  5. sarah Avatar

    Hi Jen, just came across your Lego poem and I just love it. This is our world, down to the green chair in our den that contains myriads of Legos! I’m making a photo book for my son for his birthday–a picture book of some of his Lego creations. I’d love to include your poem at the end if I could have your permission–this would not be sold or distributed, just a gift from me to him.

    1. Jen Reyneri Avatar

      Hi, Sarah-
      I’m just getting to respons to comments after a blog break while I acted as camp mama at our amazing Kids Church Camp! I’ve been up to my elbows in tie dye and fun! I’d be honored if you’d use the poem! See if you can show me a copy of the book when it’s done, and just include my name and a link to my site.
      Peace, love and lego bricks-


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