Poetry inspired by the perfume Loukhoum by Keiko Mecheri.
Just to taste…
I look at you. I see you. I smell your perfume, Honey and vanilla, Intoxicating the air. My mouth waters At the sight of your lips, Candied roses. If only I could bite them. . . My exotic Queen, My Turkish delight, Your eyes, Your almond eyes, Your hands, A warm gourmand. I’m uncontained. Just to taste your kiss Would put me In heaven.
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Poetry inspired by the perfume New York Intense by Nicolai Parfumer Creatuer.
Strangers…. I’m lost in a sea of strangers….
Came searching to find, but what will I find?
It’s New York, the city that never sleeps.
Your intensity – Exhilarating. Tell me, New York, what secrets do you keep? Woven between hustling and bustle-ing.
Always somewhere to go – the streets parade
To the vast, quiet refuge in your heart. The citrus-sun finds a therapeutic shade By the mossy-oak trees of Central Park.
On a quiet bench, where no one knows you,
To discover if you even know you.
More about the perfume by Nicolai Parfumer Creatuer, New York Intense. More poetry from The Fragrance Writer, Milky Musk. Poetry © TheFragranceWriter.com 2021. Photo by Steve Johnson on Pexels.com.
Poetry inspired by the perfume Milky Musk by Parle Moi de Parfum.
There’s something sexy about sandalwood.
Maybe because it’s so pure and simple?
Like mornings when I hold you in my arm.
A pleasing, natural musk is all around. Just quiet minutes – let’s do them no harm. As we’re lying on this soft cotton cloud.
Attractive, in such a comforting way.
This romance, like an old Sinatra song. Yet. . . you introduce things fresh every day. Moments like these feel like nothing’s wrong.
But the music stops like the day begins.
There’s a time to leave our shelter within.
More about the perfume from Parle Moi de Parfum, Milky Musk. More poetry from The Fragrance Writer, Straight to Heaven. Poetry © TheFragranceWriter.com 2021. Photo by Anni Roenkae on Pexels.com.