We hope that you will be inspired and enjoy your visit here on our special online anthology! Here you'll find poetry of various topics that stir the minds and touches the souls of poets from the beautiful Pacific island of Guam and across the globe! It is our mission to showcase literature talents in the beautiful interwoven lines of poetry. The poems do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Guam Poets Club. Any reproduction of any of the poems is prohibited by law. However, poems used for nonprofit educational purposes are permissible. If you wish to share an inspirational poem or two, send an e-mail with the words "poem submission" in the subject area, along with your name/pen name, poem, village, and inspirational message (required) to the Web Master at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that poems will be reviewed for appropriateness, so please ensure that they can be viewed by all audiences.
SOE Alumni members, Guam Poets club members, and other community members are invited to contribute to the SOE Alumni publication titled, A Pacific Spoonful of Thoughts on Latte Stones. For more information, please contact email@example.com or Dr. Rivera at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for the SOE Alumni contribution form.
Toni Morrison, who received the Nobel Prize in literature in 1993, died Monday night on August 5, 2019 in New York City, at age 88. Her family said in a statement that the author had had a short illness. Morrison is best known for her works depicting African American life, with her 1987 novel "Beloved" winning the Pulitzer Prize for fiction the following year. Before her career as an author, she worked as an editor at Random House in New York.
“We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives.” – Toni Morrison