The Language Of My Imagination is a book that was written over the course of a few months giving an account of the various stages in my life. Both the good and bad times have brought me closer to God and made me aware of His presence in my life. The poetry travels trough my actual life experiences and the fanciful worlds of my imagination. I hope that the spiritual aspects in many of these poems will be encouraging during moments of weakness and in times of fear to those who read this book. Marvin Lewis, Jr. was born and raised in Trenton, New Jersey to the parents of Mr. & Mrs. Marvin & Melanie Lewis. He received his education through home schooling along with his four younger sisters. At the age of 14 he began to study classical piano that provided a creative freedom that he soon unveiled. After a near fatal house fire the freedom was gone and obscurity, fear, and discontentment occupied the void. At the age of 16 he began writing prose, lyrics and poetry that served as a refuge from the discomfort of his present state. Only writing from a hopeless vantage point, the unflinching love of God caused him to see that there is more to life than what the eyes take in. With the unwavering freedom God has provided, he is now writing to convey God's power to heal, deliver and to make free.