Darcy (Parfums de Marly) | Fragrance Poetry

Fragrance Poetry Inspired by Darcy from Parfums de Marly.

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She loved shots of citrus in club soda –
Better yet, a glass of pink lemonade.
Always a splash of patchouli perfume
Spritzed onto a signature black outfit.

And all these things, I’m hinted by these
To miss memories floating in the breeze.

She was sharp… spicy… but in a soft way.
Her hand in mine – always reassuring.
And she always had a taste for classics.
A simple, single-stem rose in a vase.

And all these things, you’re hinted by these.
I miss memories floating in the breeze.
And I turn back from my park bench to see
Is that your perfume I smell in the breeze?

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