Atomic Rose (Initio) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by Atomic Rose from Initio.

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This girls atomic,
But in a beautiful way;
Sweet – in an eclectic way.

Wash over me.
Classic like a single stem rose.
But every rose has its thorns.

Other times she’s a soft pink blanket
Warmly Wrapping around me
Fresh with fabric softener.

She’s pink –
Like a drink for indigestion.
But she doesn’t calm any upset stomachs.

She’s electric –
Like a soft blanket made for cuddling,
But shocks you when you first touch it. . .

They say every rose has its thorn,
But this girl’s atomic!

Every rose is classic and beautiful.
After the thorns, you’ll find yourself
Caressed in soft pedals.

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Oud Luxuria (Navitus) | Fragrance Poetry

Poetry Inspired by the Fragrance Oud Luxuria from Navitus.

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What is it you desire for in life?
They’re trying to squeeze you into a square.
But you prefer to be just slightly off-white.
You aren’t too sharp and you aren’t really soft.
Perhaps a little pungent for their taste.

Considerate words became hard to find –
Hidden in between all of their comments.
Finding them is like collecting saffron
While searching among a field full of weeds.
Are you that standoff-ish?
Their “kind” words pricked you like thorns on a rose.
Wounds that festered like rot on aloeswood.

But you can turn those wounds into beauty.
You can stay fresh with your hint of sweetness.
And growing into who you’re meant to be
Is discovering life’s true luxury.

Click here to learn more about the fragrance Oud Luxuria from Navius. Read Primas from Navitus. © TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020 except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Primas (Navitus) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by the Fragrance Primas from Navitus.

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Yes, I’m one of those guys that “loved and lost.” Ended up in a bad breakup (on my end). I decided it was time for a new adventure. So I hopped on a flight down to Brazil.

I signed up for a little hiking tour. At first, I was enamored by the intense, spicy scents of the exotic plants and trees. You know me, “The Fragrance Writer:” I loved the smells of the rosewoods and amber-like woods. Until I was caught off guard by a beautiful woman wearing jasmine. I turned and looked – there you were.

You were the interpreter on our tour. Or maybe you were just sent here to help me reinterpret my journey of lost love. Either way, I knew I wasn’t much to look at. I was hoping my favorite vetiver-patchouli cologne would do the trick to win you over as we chatted. Or maybe it was just my humor. . . Definitely not my poetic skills ;-).

But you had the most beautiful eyes I had ever seen. They were so distinct – green, like a mango. They stole the show. And when I looked into those mango-green eyes. . . I knew. . . I was ready for new love. . .one that proved to be long-lasting.

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