All About Wishes and Sensory Details

Lesson Note: For our first week, we wrote poems about our wildest wishes, and then wrote poems about some of the places in our lives where we see, hear, touch, smell, and taste some of our favorite things!


Mrs. Chester, 4th Grade


Home Sweet Home

by Cheri P.


Home is the best place

to be at. I love to

watch TV and I love to sleep

and I love to play

board games

with my family

and go places with my family.


Golden Corral 

by Kennyla C.


At Golden Corral I drank a sprite

My sprite I didn’t like

because it was hot and one thing

I do like is we get to play

at the play station and it was really loud there

and the smell of the food is good

I touched all of the food

It was very good and tasty.


My Future

by Matthew P.


A couple of things I love about the place

is they light fireworks and celebrate others

and if I was a player I would taste the energy drinks.

And I would smell the grass and I can see the touch downs

on the fields and I could listen to the crowd sound

and I can touch the football.



by Ariel A.


I wish to be a millionaire

I wish for a yes day

I wish to be a mermaid

I wish to do everything

I wish for ice cream every day

I wish for candy corn on my b-day

I wish I could swim

I could I could anything I want

I wish for McDonald’s

I wish for candy every day


I Wish

by Kamyra B.


I wish for a dad

I wish for some milk

I wish to go to the store

I wish for a dog

I wish to go to Disney Land

I wish I had some nuggets

I wish for some cash

I wish I was on Spongebob

I wash for a bean taco

I wish for an iPad



by King C.


I wish for an iPhone 11

I wish for PS5

I wish for nintendo

I wish for 3 kids

I wish for my 10th bday

I wish Matt to be my friend forever

I wish to be 6 feet

I wish to get a business

I wish for a chicken tender

I wish for grandpop back



“Writing poetry makes me feel like I can see myself, like I can see my reflection, but not in a mirror, in the world. I write and I know I can be reflected.”
-Oscar S.

“Writing poetry makes me feel free.”
-Buenda D.

“Writing poetry is like your best friend.”
-Jessica M.