Divine Attraction (Initio) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry (Haiku) Inspired by Divine Attraction from Initio.

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Life was Cold and Dark,
We Burned our Vetiver hearts:
Made Fire from Love.

Click Here to learn more about the perfume Divine Attraction from Initio. Read Amuze Me from Amuze Fragrances. ยฉ TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020 except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Author: Jay Bleu

An Original Blend of Perfume and Poetry

56 thoughts on “Divine Attraction (Initio) | Fragrance Poetry”

  1. I’m in awe, you bringing us Haiku yesterday which im only reading today. Sitting here with awe I’m nightdreaming, or is it early morning how, but how do you manage to get me high on three lines and perform a haiku on me. If haiku is a stretch then I need to travel to Vetiver in Tamil and Cut Root like right now.
    Haiku – 17 syllables divided into 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables – is a specialised craft which you command in divine attraction, in the outdoors, made fire from love, what a beautiful robust romance.

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    1. Wow I’m just in awe of your comments! You appreciate my writing so much it leaves me speechless! But I’m glad you enjoy it so much, it motivates me to right more!

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      1. Yes, of course I absolutely love your fragrant writing. I oft wonder your body language, the relaxation and contortions of your face when you face a blank page to pen out the meditations of your heart. Truly wonderful to read these open letters, available for the reader’s further contemplation and pleasure.

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      1. Yeah. I also appreciate that you’re makes sense. Sometimes people’s haiku’s are just a bunch of random words piled into each other. Then I’m staring at it for two minutes thinking wtf happened?

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      2. hahaha. I agree. Good haiku’s are hard. But I like the challenge in poetry. So I almost always give myself some rules to follow, whether counting syllables, rhyming, etc

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