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Discover the Hidden Gems inside Poet Raymond Quattlebaum’s “The Color of Love”


African American poet, Raymond Quattlebaum has been writing poetry since he was a teenager. Having written numerous poems, he delightfully shares the product of his passion to the public. “The Color of Love,” a compilation of 38 poetries, is sure to nurture your heart and spirit.

Raymond’s “The Color of Love” is a book that expresses praise and gratitude to God Almighty, although its title could bring an impression of romance, which, in a way, is true. It is romantic in a way that it reminds us about the power of love, and that unconditional love is God, Himself. Moreover, it allows us to see the importance of faith, and to cherish our life, see its beauty, and appreciate every little thing that we have here on Earth. Additionally, the book’s aesthetically pleasing cover adds more to its charisma. The breathtaking moon and stars mindfully chosen by the poet for they resemble life, and holds the reflection of love in its divine beauty.

Written with much meaning and significance, “The Color of Love” covers a vast array of topics including social issues like injustice and inequality, particularly about discrimination and racism. Both empowering and enlightening, Raymond provides a clear tone of his advocacy. Thus, he not only writes for entertainment; he writes to create a positive impact to the world in his own way; a true poet with passion, wisdom, and purpose.

To discover more of his beloved gems inside the pages of “The Color of Love,” get your copy at

The Color of Love
Author: Raymond Quattlebaum
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: August 2021
Genre: Poetry, Romance, and Love
Target Audience: Teenagers, young adults, and grown ups

About the Author
Raymond Quattlebaumis is an African American and the third oldest son in a family of five. He is 5′ 11″ tall, and his sign is Aries. He lives in the upper Westside in Manhattan, NY. His last name is Quattlebaum, a unique name in both structure and appearance.

He has always had a love for poetry and enjoys working out and listening to music. While he also enjoys partying and clubbing, his passion is poetry. His interest in writing poetry began in public school when he was a young boy growing up in P.S. 84. He remembers writing a poem for his third-grade teacher, Mrs. Albert, who liked it so much that she put it in the school’s newspaper. This experience inspired him to continue writing poetry.

As he got older, he read several poems by other poets that moved him, especially in his teenage years. However, it was the singing group Earth, Wind & Fire that inspired him to write more poetry. The way they constructed and worded their lyrics in their music was something he found spiritually divine and beautiful.

Nowadays, he writes as much beautiful poetry as he can and puts it into a book. He believes that love makes the world go round and that “The Color of Love” is life, inevitably beautiful. He thinks that the essence of who we are is to share energy and unconditional love and to dance in the spiral of life. He believes that we are love, everlasting and beautiful, and that we are life.

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 Christian Poems
 Raymond Quattlebaum

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