I Fell into Your Rose Garden | Perfume Poetry

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I fell into your rose garden.
The green-limb snakes wrapped around my arms
with their thorny fangs digging deep
No, I couldn’t break free.

Red drops like petals dripped.
You concealed yourself under the incense cloud
and made your bed in my turmoil.
I love you.

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Safanad (Parfums de Marly) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by Safanad from Parfums de Marly.

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On the beaches of white sand,
Your light embrace felt so pure.
You were where my love began,
Your tender arms around me. . .

Your lips, warm like cinnamon,
and orange blossoms in your hair. . .
I was always sweet but soft.
You bit my heart like a pear.

Our love reached up to heaven
climbing ylang-ylang vines.
Like golden blooms in the sun.
But all blossoms fade in time.

I came back home to our beach
To fall in your arms – I hoped.
But the gentle tides came in
And washed away dreams like soap

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Vanilla Smoke (Aftelier) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by Vanilla Smoke from Aftelier.

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I fell into a girl named Vanilla
As I tripped into a dream late last night.
She was pink, petite and perfectly sweet.
Down-to-earth with a delicate, soft light.

Have you lolled, half-awoken, in your bed
Smelling cookies baking in the morning?
An aroma gentley flirting with you,
With such anticipated desiring. . .

This is how Vanilla stirs me from sleep:
Like a silky incense raising a prayer:
If this girl that I dreamed of could be mine.
But when I open my eyes, she’s not there.

Girls like Vanilla, they never last long.
Once you want her more, she’s already gone.

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