Genius: exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability.
The boy who spoke in whispers and painted in symphonies. The one born with paintbrush in hand. Creating perfect life out of clay and pastels and paper.
Who wrote novels and poetry in the scenes he sculpted. Whose hands were perpetually covered in ink.
Genius: an exceptionally intelligent person or one with exceptional skill in a particular area of activity.
The girl who sat quietly at the back of my maths class. The one with the soft voice. Answering the teacher’s questions under her breath while trying not to draw attention to herself.
Who never shared her marks with anyone or bragged about her abilities. Whose quiet brilliance shone brightly through her kind eyes and welcoming smile.
Genius: a person regarded as exerting a powerful influence over another for good or evil.
The girl in choir with the voice of an angel. The one who broke and mended your heart with each note. Emptying her soul into the music she lived by. Who breathed harmonies and sighed choruses.
Whose singing calmed and haunted and consoled those who listened.
Genius: the prevailing character or spirit of something.
The boy who devoted his life to those in need. The one who tutored his friends without a second thought. Giving all he had and never asking for anything in return.
Who embodied everything it means to be good and loving and compassionate. Whose constant generosity inspired those around him to do the same.
Genius: those who are unaware of how beautiful they make the world