Rehab (Initio) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by Rehab from Initio.

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Can someone take my heart to rehab?
I didn’t know everything was counterfeit these days.
I just want to taste something that’s authentic.
Even if it doesn’t last too long.
Even if the romance isn’t too strong.
Just take my heart to rehab.

If I find true love,
Will I even be able to distinguish it?
Or will it all taste so different?
Because I only know the imitations –
Imitations meant to trick limitations.

But I’ll welcome this right now
On an occasion for peace.
A little white cup of
Pure white cream.
Some little purple flowers.
A little something sparkle-y.
And this little bit of true love
Will lull me to sleep.

So tell me,
What’s your love rehab?

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Author: Jay Bleu

“I started writing poetry but fell in love with fragrances. So this is my new blend. . .”

28 thoughts on “Rehab (Initio) | Fragrance Poetry”

  1. In my opinion true love is strong and lasts forever, on the contary is only attraction, just like the ice-cream, or curiosity for something new or fancy for something they haven’t had before. As they haven’t known anything, true love, they can’t say it doesn’t exist, is it?

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    1. Well, I’m not sure that anyone has “feelings” that are consistently intense for eternity. Love has to come with commitment to let the relationship thrive even after going through valleys.

      But ya, that makes total sense. In terms of authenticity, if feelings are short lived, I’d rather have them been real and then the person be honest and upfront with me that it’s over if they are done with a relationship. 😎

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  2. I don’t know for sure what it is but a special once in a while meal and watching one of my favourite classic movies with me(even when she doesn’t like it) should be some of the big little things that soothe

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