This word, according to Roget and Webster, who are the most critical judges of us all, means distinctive, exotic, bizarre, mysterious, puzzling, unconventional, and unexpected.


When I first read her cheeky words,

I could feel her heart beating

in every distinctive keystroke

and see her blood in every exotic phrase. 

Every line of her bizarre WordPress note

seemed to contain a piece of flesh,

every mysterious simile a lock of hair,

every puzzling metaphor a blister, 

every unconventional analogy an ounce of sweat,

and every unexpected image a handful of tears.



I think Unique describes her style extraordinarily well, don’t you?


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