Jubilation XXV (Amouage) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance poetry inspired by Jubilation XXV from Amouage.

amouage jubilation xxv fragrance poetry review
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I’ve been caught by troubles
like a sheep in Rock Rose,
Cultivating my life in a land
Of blackberries and brown thorns.

One day, we glimpsed our Savior.
But, He was buried just as soon,
Anointed with myrrh and aloes.
Wrapped in a sobering white shroud.

This was to be the year of Jubilee,
When debts were forgiven – slaves set free.
He would soothe and sweeten my bitter life
Like oranges and honey.

But. . .our debts required a sacrifice – His sacrifice.
And as His righteousness rose to Heaven
Like the smoke of a Holy incense,
So, too, from the grave He would rise.

Click Here to learn more about Jubilation XXV from Amouage. Read Divine Attraction from Initio. © TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020 except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Author: Jay Bleu

An Original Blend of Perfume and Poetry

46 thoughts on “Jubilation XXV (Amouage) | Fragrance Poetry”

  1. Amazingly written….deep lines in the form of another fragrance….your frame….is beautiful with the imagery so sane….and hey, you’ve put your face….lovely to see you, Jay ✨

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      1. You’re welcome, Jay….I would say….it’s nice to see your face in here….though your beautiful being can be sensed….through your amazing & deep phrases….wrapped in different fragrances….and yeah, it’s my real face on my page….and my poetry is dipped in my real phases 😉😎

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      2. You’re welcome, Jay…I like the way you see me…”A nice guy”…my loved ones might say something else 😉😂…thank you kindly though…you must know I simply adore your art…the way you give your own beautiful twist to the fragrances with magnificent & deep words…it’s beyond description…you’re truly a beautiful being…and quite unique ✨

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  2. This is a new depth in your fragrance experience, I stand in awe of a moving ode to the Good Shepherd (for me), and the sacrifices He made to bring me into the fold.
    You write movingly about Jubilation Deep work Jay.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  3. I fell deeply in love with the word Jubilee way back in my twenties and to this date moved by the celebratory feelings and meanings entailed in the name. Looking forward to another Jubilee yo mark your writing.

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