Kalan (Parfums de Marly) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry inspired by Kalan from Parfums de Marly.

fragrance poetry review kalan pafums de marly
Photo by Charles Deluvio on Unsplash

You see every one of my merits
As things to be wanted,
Like imported spices,
Zests, like precious woods
Spritzed with exotic peppers.

And yes, I have the fire,
The passion,
The confidence
To make you happy;
To play your game
– and win.

But, in reality
I’m more like a blood orange:
When you cut me
I still bleed red
from this heart of gold

So please,
Lend me your affection
Before this heart of gold
hardens to amber.

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Author: Jay Bleu

An Original Blend of Perfume and Poetry

57 thoughts on “Kalan (Parfums de Marly) | Fragrance Poetry”

  1. To play your game and win πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‰

    So please,Β 
    Lend me your affectionΒ 
    Before this heart of goldΒ 
    hardens to amber.

    I love the softness and how surreal these lines are.

    Beautiful and affectionate indeed!!!!!

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      1. Yes. I think there are some kalan recepie. I had a neighbour from Kerela when I was in South, she use to make some kalan recepie. May I’m mistaken but your poem is beautifully writtenπŸ’ž

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      2. Oh it’s probably possible and I bet it tastes delicious. This brand names their fragrances after famous race horses. But it’s possible it’s a spice too 😎

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    1. So true. You know just how to put a good spin on it. Maybe they can take my amber’ed heart and stick it in a museum somewhere like the ones where a mosquito gets stuck in Amber B-)

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      1. A rare glimpse of a poetic heart that rested on a tree of affection but was soon overwhelmed by it’s golden sap, never to escape

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