Lewis Raynes has been practicing math for 25 years and has been writing,
poetry, painting, and doing art for twenty years. He posts his poetry to
Poetry Soup online. He writes in all different styles depending on his mood,
and wants to createthought-provoking material. If a poem makes the reader question
morality, it is powerful. Two quotes by him listed on the website are "Write your
thoughts, write your demons, let them be judged in ink" and "Sometimes our saddest
times are our most valuable."