An Open Door Leads to a Great World –– Object Poems @ Moos

Ms. Willis
3rd Grade

Isabella R.

The moose said get me chocolate
The moose said I got to go
The moose said I’m hungry now
The moose said cake now
The moose said you are a piece of jelly


An Open Door
Ta’liayha J.

An open door leads to a great world.
A closed door leaves you warm.
An open door is happy, a closed door is sad.
A light world is a sun shining.
A dark world is the moon.

An open door leads to school
a closed door is no school.
A door to shopping says come in
a door to no shopping says NO.


A Shark I Have More Teeth
Dominic G.

a shark I have more
teeth I can eat you all

I am the sun
I will burn
all of you if you go near me

I am an astroid
I am a moon I’m
the first planet
to be walked on

Ms. Sigmond
3rd Grade

Leo C.

the ball says kick me
a floor says step on me
a planet says let me move
a clock says I’m ticking
a toy says play with me
a taco says eat me

a chair sees table
a plate sees food
a folder sees paper
a closet sees clothes
the sky sees birds


Genesis L.

Good Pikachu you say Pika! Pika!
Bad Pikachu you say grrr grrrr.
Why but why are you so cute!


Berly V.

A turtle says hi when you see one.
When you don’t see in night it says where is everybody?
A turtle swims till he catches his day.
If a turtle could talk what would you say?
A turtle is green maybe chubby.


Ms. Mathes
2nd Grade

I Wish
Dania O.

I wish my cousin lived with me
I wish my mom would come out at 3pm from work.
I wish I could travel to Hawaii.


I Wish
Alexa G.

I wish everyone believed me that I saw an alien.
I wish I was never old.
I wish it was 3pm every time.
I wish every day was summer.


I Wish
Betsy S.

I wish I had a monkey.
I wish I had a monkey bed.
I wish I had a monkey on my side.




“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.