“sound trains” @ Moos Elementary

Today at Moos, we wrote about the seasons! We learned about making our language concise in poetry and how we can use the smallest amount of words to make interesting lines over and over again. Our poets did a great job at sharing their work too! 

Ms. Sherif
3rd Grade

Alizae P. 

rainbows shine
magic waves rise
ice cream melts
class is out
kids scream
sun bright
kid jump
smell nature
cars zoom
sound trains
trees wave


Jaime R. 

birthday surprises
$50 money


Antonio M.

I go outside,
Throw snowballs.
Fight in the snow,


Summer Day
Julitza H.

Rainbow, rain, sun.
Six Flags is fun.
Magic water, rising.
Park, jump,


Ms. Willis
3rd Grade

Jacob R.

trick-or-treat house
costume outside
ghostbuster save
scary movie
I’m candy


Summer <3 
Sheilanis R.

ice-cream smoothies
watermelon strawberries
beach laughter
flower bees
Hawaii pineapples
flower cars


Funny and Scary Fall
Justin D.

ghost with googly eyes
tiny skeleton dancing
big scary men
creating candy
zombie with no head
scary men ghost
running and selling



“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.