New York Intense by Nicolai Parfumer Createur is Perfume Poetry.

Poetry inspired by the perfume New York Intense by Nicolai Parfumer Creatuer.

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Strangers…. I’m lost in a sea of strangers….
Came searching to find, but what will I find?

It’s New York, the city that never sleeps.
Your intensity – Exhilarating.
Tell me, New York, what secrets do you keep?
Woven between hustling and bustle-ing.

Always somewhere to go – the streets parade
To the vast, quiet refuge in your heart.
The citrus-sun finds a therapeutic shade
By the mossy-oak trees of Central Park.

On a quiet bench, where no one knows you,
To discover if you even know you.

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23 thoughts on “New York Intense by Nicolai Parfumer Createur is Perfume Poetry.”

    1. Me too I think I’m going to go again when it warms up! And do some cologne browsing while I am there, too B-)

      Well I try to find a contrast and this one is very fresh and woodsy so it led me to Central Park.

      So is it retro? I am smelling it now… In a way it is because Oakmoss is classic men’s scent for decades now. But at the same time it’s a scent that doesn’t get old. So maybe more “Classic Cool” than “Retro”

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  1. Sun finding shade in central Park, that was brilliant. Full of gorgeous imagery. Have not been to new york but this poem reminded me of a big city I lived in here in India. It has its own smell, which feels like home to me at some level. Amazing 💖

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