Pink Sugar (Aquolina) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance poetry (short) inspired by Pink Sugar from Aquolina.

pink sugar aquolina fragrance review poetry
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It was all amusing,
the time at the fair,
but perhaps the most
when confusing cotton candy
with your hair. . .

Just having a little fun with this one! If you’ve never smelled Pink Sugar from Aquolina, simply put, it smells exactly like cotton candy. It’s fun, cheap and easy to find. While being adolescent, it does smell quite nice!

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Author: Jay Bleu

β€œI started writing poetry but fell in love with fragrances. So this is my new blend. . .”

22 thoughts on “Pink Sugar (Aquolina) | Fragrance Poetry”

      1. Lol. I haven’t actually smelled the fragrance, but am taking your word for it 100%! If only the reality of hair in the way were as romantic as the imagination’s comparison to cotton candy, but that’s regardless of the perfume. πŸ˜‰

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      2. Haha. Well all I can smell in the fragrance is cotton candy. But the thing is, that seems to be all they’re going for, and it’s cheap and does smell good. . . so who’s to complain?

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      3. That’s OK , I especially love compliments for things I didn’t say πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰ I think it may be confusing, but then again, a lot of great poetry is confusing and that’s why it’s great!

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