She felt emotions violently. It was almost as if there was no in between, as she teetered from one dangerous edge to another. Her fury was aflame like a rapid-spreading wildfire, and her sadness was days of non-stop downpour. Sometimes, you could find sunshine and storm all in the same day. Unpredictable, like the weather; but also reoccurring, because rain doesn't happen just once and is gone forever. And that's why she stood out; her emotions consisted of spectrums that made everyone else fade to black and white. Unlike the others, who allow feelings to come and go like passersby on the street, she took in every emotion and held it, grasping it tightly so it wouldn't dare leave. It was aggressive and stubborn of her and somewhat brutal. And if you noticed this about her, you could almost feel it too - feel what she was feeling. Whatever that was coursing through her blood, festering in her heart, or tickling her bones.