Sabin 4th Grade: What’s to Come

Con la llegada de la primavera estamos leyendo Nayyiryh Waheed y hemos estado hablando sobre el futuro, lo que venga y a dónde estamos yendo, en la vida y en nuestras imaginaciones. Estás poemas están inspirados por estás temas.

With the arrival of spring we are reading Nayyiryh Waheed and we have been talking about the future, what is to come and where we are going, in life and in our imaginations. These poems are inspired by these themes.




todavía no has sentido.

dales tiempo.

casi esten aqui.


By Nayyiryh Waheed




you haven’t felt yet.

give them time.

they are almost there.


 By Nayyiryh Waheed


Birthday Life Poem  

By Liyah

There my birthday


birthdays December, 6

that have not it has not

come yet give come yet

them time they

are almost here.

Cosas muy emocionante para mi

By Yulieth

Todavía no ha venido un apocalypse.

Todavía no ha venido un conejo pez.

Todavía no ha venido un cerdo que vuela.

Todavía no ha venido un vampiro.

Todavía no ha venido el eclipse, pero, rojo.

Todavía no ha venido un reloj que controle el tiempo.

Todavía no ha venido un tiburón humano.

Todavía no han venido extraterrestres.


By Liyah

Spring brings

things you have

not seen, wait a

little bit more and

you will see it.


By Levi

I will get a job in animation and draw these,

Hehe so fun to draw.


By Chanel

My feelings are growing

And so am I;

that’s why I am I!



“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.