Scent of perfume (personified)



She is a flirt-  her charm casted on sane,
an addiction; her seduction to be blamed –
her concealed superlative unmatched beauty,
like sparkle on waves of afternoon sea,
the earthliness of mud – on a day, rainy,
she’s a filthy, sultry love epitome.
She is the freshness of vanilla, plumpness of berries,
Boldness of citrus and cinnamon woody.
She is the ecstatic blooms and pulpy fruits,
and impulse of fragrances; whisking minds.
She is the unembellished adornment;
timid’s chaste and strength to dare,
the urge of sublime consummation;
and the essence of womanhood.


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In response to "Bits of Imagination -Perfume" with Susie Clevenger, at Imaginary garden with real toads.
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Linking to "Open link #191" at dVerse poets pub

Comments

  1. So beautifully inscribed, makes the aroma arise from your words and fumigate the soul of the reader...
    Hats off to you lady wordsworth!

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    1. Thanks for the kind appreciation, Aditya <3 :)

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  2. Gayle Walters Rose10 March 2017 at 20:59

    Your poem is rich with fragrance, very beautifully done. I could almost smell the many scents that you describe.
    Gayle ~

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    1. That's so nice. happy that you liked it :)

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    1. thank you :D :D
      I loved your comment!!;)

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  4. Love the contrasts in this... could be an ode to woman for 8 of March too... I think.

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    1. I posted it on the 6th and wondered that had I waited for another couple of days, would have been perfect :)

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  5. Delicious - you conjure so much here - effectively seductive writing.

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  6. I love the earthiness of this, seductive descriptions. Thank you so much for writing for the prompt.

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    1. thanks for this beautiful prompt, it was fun writing this one :)

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  7. The fragrance of a women cant be explained more beautifully like the one did here...definitely a great one :)

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