Describe something to someone lacking one of the five senses
Sight: Violence is like the visualized form of the “something doesn’t feel quite right here” emotion.
Sound: Old Nintendo music is like a bunch of colorful square blocks arranged in a logical and handsome pattern.
Touch: The texture of feathers is what one would imagine it would feel like if they were to suddenly leap out of their plane window and fall through the lone white cloud puffs below.
Smell: Being immersed in the bread smell in a Subway restaurant makes one feel like they can fall in any direction of the room and land in a bed of soft silk.
Taste: Eating chocolate is like an electric charge shot into one’s taste buds; the memory has been in the tongue all along, but it was waiting for the taste of happiness to revive them.