Le Male (Jean Paul Gaultier) | Perfume Poetry

Poetry Inspired by the Perfume Le Male from Jean Paul Gaultier.

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Hey sugar, I’m just a man from a can.
Been sailing circles in the soapy seas.
But now I’m searching for love (if I can).

Why am I so exhilarating to you?
I remind you of what’s familiar.
I’m like your dad’s old lavender perfume.

But some things never go out of style.
Still a good ole sailor in a striped shirt.
You just haven’t seen me in a while.

Still vibrant enough to go out for fun
When my sweet personality charms you,
Popping your attention like bubble gum.

So lets flirt with the younger years that ceased,
Soften our old memories of good times:
Just sit here and have a cola with me.

Click Here to learn more about the Fragrance Le Male from Jean-Paul Gualtier. © TheFragranceWriter.com 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Embers and Musk (Aftelier) | Perfume Poetry

Poetry inspired by the perfume Embers and Musk from Aftelier.

In the aftermath
The red embers of affection
That once burned so strong.

But dig down, search deep
Love is so softly hidden
Blooming like the sun.

Fires burn strongly
And yet hearts are delicate
Your heart is delicate.

Scented with smoulder
Evidence of the fallout
Loves still blooming underneath.

Love grows strong like a pine
Passion fueled attraction
Two deer in the woods.

But dig down, search deep
Love is so softly hidden
Blooming like the sun.

Click Here to learn more about Embers and Musk from Aftelier. Read Jubilation from Amouage. © TheFragranceWriter.com 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Jubilation XXV (Amouage) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance poetry inspired by Jubilation XXV from Amouage.

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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.