OR-fik -- (adj.) Entrancing and mysterious, beyond realms of normal understanding.
To look at the world and to be enchanted by its enigma -- orphic eyes see the world as always new and full of wonder. This word comes from the Greek mythical poet, musician, and prophet, Orpheus, whose talents were so extraordinary as to inspire awe to all who beheld him. Thus affirming the notion that there is beauty in the mysterious and in those things that transcend the conventional. More importantly, that the unconventional has an inherent beauty about it -- the novelty and unfamiliarity of something, when good, can be wondrous. It simply depends upon one's point of view.
~Wordeby's by Chanel Rion