Coco Mademoiselle (Chanel) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance poetry inspired by Coco Mademoiselle from Chanel.

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Photo by Gaelle Marcel on Unsplash

The first time I met you was in the spring.
You were carried by a light, sunny breeze.
I tried to describe you, but I couldn’t.
You slipped by but your essence didn’t leave.

Garnished by spicy woods and white petals,
You are a single pink rose blossoming.
You’re a bygone age yet forever young.
And you’re delicately overwhelming.

I delved into this world of opposites.
You were so deep and multifaceted.
Yet so untroubled and uncomplicated.
So approachable yet beyond my reach.

So I stopped trying to figure you out.
You already knew I would be in love.

Click Here to learn more about Coco Mademoiselle from Chanel. Read Pegasus from Parfums de Marly. © TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Author: Jay Bleu

An Original Blend of Perfume and Poetry

48 thoughts on “Coco Mademoiselle (Chanel) | Fragrance Poetry”

    1. Thanks! I’m pretty sure she wore Chanel (from my minor online research, lol). Kiera Knightley was the model for Coco Madmoiselle. It is a totally enchanting, strong female fragrance. The woman that knows everyone loves her

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