Interlude Man (Amouage) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance poetry inspired by Interlude Man from Amouage.

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I love smelling clean out of the shower
and tossing on my comfy, blue sweater.
Then, I feel cradled by the familiar.

Combining with my fresh and soapy skin,
I’m consumed by a scent that “takes me back.”
It stays on me like golden amber sap.
Shutting my eyes, aroma takes me there:
To a warm, cozy time with family.

The smell of thick incense all over me
from the church service before our dinner,
blended with all the flavors of the food:
Black pepper. . . oregano cutting through,
The sweet cinnamon that spiced the dessert.
And when we hugged, it rubbed off your cologne.

Yes. . .it’s all there. . . though today I’m alone. . .

Read Oud for Greatness from Initio. Click Here to learn more about Interlude Man from Amouage. © TheFragranceWriter.com 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Author: Jay Bleu

An Original Blend of Perfume and Poetry

30 thoughts on “Interlude Man (Amouage) | Fragrance Poetry”

      1. But you did find one! And you have this certain inclination of bringing your readers to a different dimension. The flow and all! Superb!

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    1. Yes this one actually has a very thick settling on it. Most people find the opening hard to take but love the dry-down. I am the opposite. I love the opening but not crazy about the dry-down… they recently made a new version of this called “Black Iris” which is meant to tone down the opening which is a bit of a disappointment to me. I heard when the original first came out, it’s opening was even more explosive

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