Quick Plugs for the History Books

Greetings Great Folks!

In America, February is observed as ‘Black History Month’.  My meditation and works move towards creating a legacy for following generations to glean.  Most of the masters in the Arts were not appreciated, during their time of creativity on planet Earth.  Many times I believe/feel as if I am underappreciated on a larger scale.  I do have a solid, core of supporters/admirers of my creative works.  I am quite grateful for this.

E as Poetlove Water will go down in the ‘Black Ourstory’ books.  For those in the Brooklyn, NY, you will have an opportunity to witness a monumental event before your glory-seeking eyes.  On Saturday, 21 February from 3-5 PM, ‘My Relation to the Sun’ Book Release and Party’ will commence.  Rebekah Frimpong, Brooklyn-based poet/filmmaker/artiste, will be celebrating her 1st published book release.  E as Poetlove Water is one of the featured poets for the evening.  A few pieces from the forthcoming book, The Cells of the Tissue That Should Feel, will be presented.  Additionally, E as Poetlove Water’s original jewelry will be available for admiration/purchase.

The event will be held at Joloff Restaurant, 1168 Bedford Avenue, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY. For more information, please contact E at me@easpoetlovewater.com.  Hope to see your face and feel your presences!!!

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The Chronicles of Air, Water and the Source… for Sale!!!

The Chronicles of Air, Water and the Source... for Sale!!!

Purchase your autographed copy today through PayPal. $15 for softcover and $25 for hardcover (shipping/handling included). Contact Etaniel Ben Yehuda (E as Poetlove Water) at easpoet@gmail.com or 718.812.5942 to place an order.

Time to find the way to look into yourselves for the answers!

‘E as Poetlove Water Flows’ – The Series, Video #1

The video entitled, “Intro to E”, is the first installment of the 10-part series. ‘E as Poetlove Water Flows’ will address several topics like: preserving/sharing culture, the power of music, the disparities between the elders and youth of today, the importance of community/interdependence and health & wellness.