Dream Poems @ Moos Elementary (4th Grade)

Today at Moos, we talked about dreams. We shared how dreams can be scary, fun, and confusing. Then we read two different types of dreams and used our five senses to describe our own dreams. We had fun sharing our poems too!  

Ms. Jones & Ms. Cobb 

4th Grade

I Dream
Berly V. 

I dream of aliens ruling the Earth.
I dream of going to the past.
I dream of going to the future.
I dream of meeting all the famous people I know.
I dream of riding dinosaurs.
I dream of catching Santa.
I dream of riding in Santa’s sleigh.
I dream of being big enough to ride the ride.
I dream of being Santa Claus.
I dream of having Rudolph as a pet.
I dream of getting my dream car.
I hear fire sizzling.


I Dream
Nicholas H.

I dream of smelling Takis and donuts.
I dream of watching an awesome movie.
I dream of hugging my mom because I love her.
I dream of tasting pepperoni pizza.
I dream of hearing music.


I Dream
Guillermo M.

I dream of smelling chocolate in the air.
I dream of Takis flying into my mouth.
I dream of hearing lions roar.
I dream of smelling Febreeze.
I dream of seeing big buildings.
I dream of touching sharks.

Ms. Moss

4th Grade 

My Crazy Dream
Julian R.

I dream of seeing Black Panther.
I dream of eating a triple scoop ice cream.
I dream of smelling fireworks.
I dream of hearing crying.
I dream of touching a Ninja Turtle.


Bad & Good
Abby A. 

I dream that my bad dreams would fly.
I dream that my good dreams would come.
I dream that people could fly.
I dream that people would go and come.
I dream of people dancing nicely.

I dream that I could fly.
I dream that I had powers.
I dream that I drowned.
I dream that I frowned.
I dream that I had a crown.


I Dream Cool
Giovanni A.

I dream of hearing birds chirping.
I dream of smelling an ax.
I dream of eating chocolate.
I dream of feeling fuzzy fur.
I dream of seeing an Xbox.
I dream of eating rice with pork,
I dream of smelling the misty rain.
I dream of seeing colors.
I dream of hearing dogs bark.
I dream of feeling my hair.



“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.