Cepes and Tuberose (Aftelier) | Fragrance Poetry

cepes and turberose fragrance review poetry
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There were cepes on our plate.
à “La Ville Lumiere” – we ate.
They’ve told the tale:
No peers prevail
from hearts you confiscate.

You dripped with tuberose
and bitter orange and rose.
Away I went,
Seduced by scent
Like magic to my nose.

We ventured to the wood
as Hansel and Gretel would.
But cocoa castles,
harms and hassles!
And I’m Red Riding Hood.

There was magic in the shroom.
I was lost in porcini doom.
After I ate
I Hallucinate.
Be careful what you consume.

There were cepes on our plate.
You bewitched me on that date.
They’ve told the tale:
No peers prevail!
My heart, you did confiscate.

Click Here to learn more about Cepes and Tuberose from Aftelier. Read Pink Sugar from Aquolina. © TheFragranceWriter.com 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

The Jeremy Fragrance Interview

Jeremy Fragrance Interview
© Jeremy Fragrance, 2018. Used With Permission.

Today we are looking at a special Jeremy Fragrance interview, the number one fragrance Youtuber and video blogger. What do fragrances and poetry have in common? And what advice does Jeremy Fragrance have for fellow bloggers?

The Jeremy Fragrance Interview

[Q]uestion: Let’s start off with the obvious question: What are the best fragrances for poets, men and women, and why?

Jeremy: I say some nice Whiskey and Smokey Tobacco Fragrances. Creates an atmosphere of an Oldschool Gentleman that thinks about life and what he has seen in life. Good example: Lord George by Penhaligons.

Q: So you’ll coming out with your own specially designed fragrance that will be for sale in the near future. Do you have any specific, “poetic” tag lines in mind for the promotion of your new fragrance?

Jeremy: No we keep it very strict simply efficient, we don’t do much on logos or fancy poetry lines all we want to do is to help people smell absolutely modern, very sexy, long lasting and save them time with the trust in our brand.

Q: Now, when you’re creating your videos, you’re doing something that is actually quite similar to what we do with poetry. You stand up in front of a mic and speak out words; words that are designed to create excitement and emotion in your viewers. So what tips would you have for us poets in creating that same sort of excitement and emotion inside the readers?

Jeremy: Speak with your heart, which is hard these days.

Q: Nonetheless, you have such a successful video blog – the top of your genre. So what one tip would you give to fellow bloggers who want help growing their blogs?

Jeremy: I made it my way, I wasn’t happy with the current market situation and did it how I wanted to see it as an end consumer. you can take this every market and business idea, this mindset.

Q: So now, one final question. What song or poem, lyrically, has really touched you the most and why?

Jeremy: A song by the Western Star who sang I hurt myself today, you feel every sentence he sings from his heart. its johnny cash.

Thank You!

I’d like to thank Jeremy again for participating in the “Jeremy Fragrance Interview.” You can find more from Jeremy Fragrance and his brand by clicking on the links below.


2020 Update

Jeremy’s Personal Fragrances Released – See Fragrance Poetry inspired by the two of them below!

Office for MenDate for Men

© TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020 except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved. Original interview was conducted on September 5, 2018 via email and posted on thepoetryaboutus.com.

Recipe of a Man (Brioni) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry inspired by Brioni for Men.

brioni poetic fragrance review
Photo by Gez Xavier Mansfield on Unsplash

Old, dated notes sometimes hide a secret.
I found this stuffed in my father’s suit-coat.
A recipe, if you will, on leaflet.

‘To begin, add a light touch of citrus.
Every man should uplift his family.
Next, mix in some mellow, floral bouquets,
To know when to be soft and satiny.
And last, most important, hard wood resin.
You’re the foundation: Support naturally.’

The final tip to this scribbled tidbit:
‘Don’t assume outfits will make you a man.
But it’s the real man that makes the outfit.’

Click Here to learn more about the Brioni Men’s Fragrance

Fragrance One Office for Men

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