Y'Raka was a famous artist who had a pessimistic nature to his work.

When Gideon Seyetik commented that "nothing of any worth was ever created by a pessimist", Benjamin Sisko cited Y'Raka, Samuel Beckett, and Vincent van Gogh as examples of people in which Sisko "wouldn't exactly call them optimists". Seyetik responded by describing the three's works as "dreary, dark, and depressing". (DS9 episode: "Second Sight")


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