Navus (Navitus) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by Navus from Navitus.

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Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

If I could, I would love you like you want
But I just need some time to readjust.
If I could, I’d soak my soul in this bath
Where soap and suds can wash away the dust.

You’re a delicate orange and citrus tree
The ylang-ylang vines wrap around you,
Gentle, pink rose bushes bloom from your roots.
I’m just vetiver living in your shade.

Opportunity won’t last forever;
Love can pass by while I try to adjust.
So if my timid mind “loses the day,”
Don’t let my heart know the love that it lost.

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Author: Jay Bleu

An Original Blend of Perfume and Poetry

136 thoughts on “Navus (Navitus) | Fragrance Poetry”

      1. Thanks & your welcome….You deserve it….you bring….uh….what’s the word….let me think….oh yeah…fragrance to your poetry….they’re absolutely beautiful & unique!

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    1. hahaha. The Vetiver isn’t the main player but the whole scent performs well, and keep’s its basic structure through most of its life.

      It starts off very soapy or shampoo-y, which is the first stanza. The second stanza represents the main note structure that comes through as I personal detect them. The last stanza is a play off of the scent’s inspiration, which they use the “carpe diem” inspiration.

      To make this more dramatic though, I did NOT “seize the day” with this one. Vetiver is the most pronounced note that would be considered “masculine” so I chose that note for myself, let my lost lover take all the beautiful fruity floral notes 🙂

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  1. Beautifully written and I love how u made the transition between the yellow color of ylang ylang to the pink of roses and itself as the vetiver……I know u wrote it for ur fragrance and ur every pie is a standalone and if I were to unravel it for me it would be u r a strong partner who is accomplished enough to act as support for her partner when her mood changes or an emotional trauma happens.
    Beautifully written…..

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    1. That is so beautiful how you see that in what I write. I’m so honored *takes a bow.* I’ve really gotten the groove of writing about fragrances. Now I’m learning trying to write about other things has became a challenge again B-)

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    1. haha I know I have only learned about them from fragrances. I think they are big in China but grow a lot in India and SE Asia as well. I’m sure you have smelled it at least one in a perfume!


  2. Navitus meaning energy and passion. Inspire confidence and curiosity. It’s smells nice as well though I haven’t tried but I’ve heard about it. Beautifully written Jay. Very impressive and you are highly talented 💞

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  3. In answer to your question of whether your poem can stand alone without reference to a fragrance – yes. A resounding YES.

    Love the last stanza. You’ve captured the feeling of a yearning left unfulfilled. Simply beautiful.

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      1. Nah!! All thanks to u go check it out there is a special thanks to u there…..btw EVERYONE who knows abt u in this WordPress and beyond knows that u r the REAL winner and for me u r and guess what I am like 100000000000000000000000000 miles behind u so congratulations to u(p.s. u also won so congratuLations for that too!!!!!)

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      1. I am all in for mocha but I mostly have flat white and café au lait and guess what have been drinking that Dalton a stuff for the past 1.5 year with cold milk and when the trend got viral I was like I should have shared it and I would be famous😂😂

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      2. It is war texting also btw they capture videos on too too and post it on WhatsApp, I got to know from cousins that it is all over social media cause I don’t use it but it’s all over YouTube which I am updated with so yeah…why don’t u try it and tell me how’s it?


    1. Yes. You can always order a sample if you’re interested. I ordered mine at

      Not sure I will buy a full bottle, though. If you see my Instagram, you’ll see i have a good collection now and dark and strong “Oriental” fragrances, which are my favorites. B-)

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      1. haha well my Instagram is basically just repeats of my blog posts, plus pictures of my fragrances.

        Which fragrances do you like already? I might be able to recommend some

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      2. Yes you can only find them in their stores or Bloomingdales. It’s also possible they make some sort of deal with Bloomingdales to make them Bloomingdales “Exclusives”

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  4. This settles nicely atop my head. Not like a hat though… something else. Perhaps like moss cushions the rocky ground? Regardless… very tangible. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼❤️

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    1. Wow I love this comment because it’s just tying in so much imagery and imagination back in to the whole thing. Thank you very much B-) I’m glad the whole thing came to life for you

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      1. Yeah … but most of them are unaware of what the thing is actually. Am from Kerala and I think we have this ylang- ylang tree very common here. My aunt’s house has a real big tree in her garden.. and when the wind carries the smell when it blooms❤️❤️❤️❤️. And vetiver is heaven😊😊

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      2. Cool I just looked up Karala so that makes sense you have them. It is hot there, too, right? I really wish I could smell and maybe visit that region on day to try the foods and spices. I didn’t know you have vetiver in India though, but makes sense. Usually they say vetiver is from Haiti. You have a whole mecca of things for me to try there 😎

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      3. Yes you do have.. it is hot now..but not during the rainy season . We have a high percentage of humidity that will make you sweat a lot .
        We have vetiver here.. it is indeed known for the smell.. and ylang ylang too..😊😊
        You are most welcome to Kerala ❤️

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      4. I believe it! I have a lot of family in Florida and looks like they get the same humidity as you. So I can relate a little B-). In winter we get a lot of snow and everyone stays inside. In summer, Florida is too hot so everyone stays inside

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