Falkar (Bulgari) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry inspired by Falkar from Bulgari.

bulgari falkar fragrance review poetry

I’ve spent my life just wanting to break free.
Like falcons, from the woods, I’d fly away
to taste the spice of life, from sand and sea.
A rebel in a leather cut-a-way.

Click Here to learn more about Falkar from Bulgari. Read Interlude Man from Amouage. Photo by Michael Huber on Unsplash. © TheFragranceWriter.com 2021, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

21 thoughts on “Falkar (Bulgari) | Fragrance Poetry”

      1. You’re welcome….and you’re so right, my dear friend….
        Spreading my wings to take a flight….looking deep down, where things mostly shine….but when things ain’t alright, then they seem to sleep or they simply die

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  1. Bark and then the seed of an evergreen, a combination of sweet and savory, flying high for a top dish – simply have to love it.
    Playing off a masculine oil and resin
    Power of Nagarmotha,
    Healing of Black Musk,
    And right at the bottom there are soft florals in Agarwood (Oud) and the mood enhancing Saffron.

    All the essentials for a soaring rebel.

    I love it
    Including the image of Amber glow.

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      1. Lol, i have to
        So i can get into the essence of your fragrant love notes.

        Unfortunately i can access IG. The app doesn’t allow you to see anything without an account.
        I also have fun researching perfumes that you like.

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