Poison Girl (Dior) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by Poison Girl from Dior.

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It was half bitter orange,
Half sweet cherry.
This cup the waitress served me
Left me feeling kind of hairy.

I said, “Is the Amaretto?”
She said “No it’s sugar. . .Trust Me!”
It was super sweet and spicy
With a bite that killed me softly.

In a dark red glass,
With her lipstick on the rim,
This drink felt kind of dangerous
Like a rose from Brothers Grimm.

She said, “I’m the kind of girl
Your mother warned you about.”
I said “Stop! This cup is ‘Poison!’”
And I’m already out!

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Recipe of a Man (Brioni) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry inspired by Brioni for Men.

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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.’

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