Thé Blanc (Bulgari) | Fragrance Poetry

Poetry Inspired by Thé Blanc from Bulgari.

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Everyday was something different
That I found in you – that I loved.
But, fading fast like amber sunsets,
Our endearment didn’t last long.

You were so soft and gentle,
Fragile like a jasmine bloom,
Or like your favorite cup of white tea.
And like a bitter orange, I betrayed you.

I never meant to crush you –
Like trampling on leaves,
Or cracks in your favorite cup
Cup of white tea.

Click Here to learn more about Thé Blanc from Bulgari. Or, Click Here to read my last post, Antique Ambergris. © TheFragranceWriter.com 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Kobraa (Bulgari) | Perfume Poetry

Poetry inspired by the perfume Kobraa from Bulgari.

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So Calmly
Underneath my radar. . .
Time to strike?

Heart Blossoms
Dark green with red patches. . .
Well disguised.

Mellow smoke
Slowly burning passions. . .
Simmering.

Thick Venom
In darkened aloeswood. . .
Such is love.

Click Here to learn more about the perfume Kobraa from Bulgari. Read Safanad from Parfums de Marly. © TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Black Orient (Bulgari) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry inspired by Black Orient from Bulgari.

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Like leather laced with lava-lake,
I bit into the bitter bud.
It yanked my youth of yesterday
To Make a man from mud.

Riddled with resins and rum,
I swallowed the sachet of spice.
Once dredged and drained, was done,
Lifting this leper to life.

By fire, free-men are formed:
Chasten a cherished child.
Through tears and terrors, he’s torn.
But after smoke and smolder. . . he’ll smile.

I just wanted to say I had a lot of fun writing this one. I like to play around with difference styles of poetry, including free-form. But I threw a bunch of techniques in this one – rhyme, rhythm, alliteration and symbolism. A nice contrast from the one I wrote before this – “Wood Essence” – which was barely written as poetry. But hey, why not change things up?

Unfortunately, Black Orient from Bulgari was a limited run and now discontinued. So, my poem may be the only way you can ever experience it. Read Secret Garden from Aftelier. © TheFragranceWriter.com 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.