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Array ( [sid] => 187036 [catid] => 1 [aid] => mick [title] => A rose by Another Name [time] => 2020-06-18 06:16:35 [hometext] => [bodytext] => We all love our fragrances,
but what goes in our scents?
Hereís a list of just a few
perfume ingredients!

Ambergres is sweet and has an ocean smell.
Introduced by famous fragrance house Chanel.
Waxy and more costly than others, thatís a fact.
Produced exclusively in sperm whalesí digestive tracts.

A spicy salty oil that we found is suited well
to gentlemenís aftershaves and womenís shower gels.
Its fragrance is more famous when breakfast time awakens.
Jimmy Dean said it best Ė Nothing smells like bacon.

Blooming petals have an oil with a grassy zest.
Used in unisex perfumes that we all love the best.
Givenchy made it popular and now itís everywhere.
Extract (minus thorns)of the cactus, prickly pear.

For flower, spice and herby scents, nothing can beat this.
Widely used in fragrances Ė good old cannabis.

It adds body and substance to perfume and cologne.
But doesnít have any type of odor of itís own.
This delicacy makes them more full-bodied than they are.
A luxury weíd rather eat Ė Beluga caviar.

Calvin Kleinís Obsession makes the scent they give it
from secretions of a catlike Asian mammal called a civit.
The pungent paste gives off a floral scent to all.
When added to Obsession along with alcohol.

Nitrate, sulfur, charcoal, all add smokey hues
to Flowerbomb Nectar, and menís fragrances too.
Itís bold and peppery overtones
counterbalance all the flowers,
with the sensual robust addition of gunpowder.

B Skin Balenciaga is one of many that
use this tasty appetizer
because its scent attracts.
Sushi lovers recognize its fragrance
crisp and balmy.
We can either eat or wear
soybean edamame!

Movie goers just adore this inviting scent.
Itís used in Miss Dior Cherie Ė a key ingredient.
Adding sweet and buttery notes
that fragrances might lack.
Would we rather wear our popcorn
or eat it as a snack?

Fragrance is dynamic,
and so it what goes in!
Some very strange ingredients
are sprayed upon our skin!

Personally I have found that men prefer to seek,
the gentle soothing fragrance of Ode de Pot Roast Beef.


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A rose by Another Name

Contributed by softerware on Thursday, 18th June 2020 @ 06:16:35 AM in AEST
Topic: Lifepoems



We all love our fragrances,
but what goes in our scents?
Hereís a list of just a few
perfume ingredients!

Ambergres is sweet and has an ocean smell.
Introduced by famous fragrance house Chanel.
Waxy and more costly than others, thatís a fact.
Produced exclusively in sperm whalesí digestive tracts.

A spicy salty oil that we found is suited well
to gentlemenís aftershaves and womenís shower gels.
Its fragrance is more famous when breakfast time awakens.
Jimmy Dean said it best Ė Nothing smells like bacon.

Blooming petals have an oil with a grassy zest.
Used in unisex perfumes that we all love the best.
Givenchy made it popular and now itís everywhere.
Extract (minus thorns)of the cactus, prickly pear.

For flower, spice and herby scents, nothing can beat this.
Widely used in fragrances Ė good old cannabis.

It adds body and substance to perfume and cologne.
But doesnít have any type of odor of itís own.
This delicacy makes them more full-bodied than they are.
A luxury weíd rather eat Ė Beluga caviar.

Calvin Kleinís Obsession makes the scent they give it
from secretions of a catlike Asian mammal called a civit.
The pungent paste gives off a floral scent to all.
When added to Obsession along with alcohol.

Nitrate, sulfur, charcoal, all add smokey hues
to Flowerbomb Nectar, and menís fragrances too.
Itís bold and peppery overtones
counterbalance all the flowers,
with the sensual robust addition of gunpowder.

B Skin Balenciaga is one of many that
use this tasty appetizer
because its scent attracts.
Sushi lovers recognize its fragrance
crisp and balmy.
We can either eat or wear
soybean edamame!

Movie goers just adore this inviting scent.
Itís used in Miss Dior Cherie Ė a key ingredient.
Adding sweet and buttery notes
that fragrances might lack.
Would we rather wear our popcorn
or eat it as a snack?

Fragrance is dynamic,
and so it what goes in!
Some very strange ingredients
are sprayed upon our skin!

Personally I have found that men prefer to seek,
the gentle soothing fragrance of Ode de Pot Roast Beef.






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Re: A rose by Another Name (User Rating: 1 )
by Former_Member on Friday, 19th June 2020 @ 06:41:10 AM AEST
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this is wonderful! In poetic words you name ambergris,
why this month 47 Blue whales have been spotted
just of the Coast of California.
They come, they do, for all the plankton, yes,
it is a big harvest year for that wholesale krill
which will soon create so many things we all
love - why those Blue whales came for us,
they came the ones who could, while many of their
pals died getting here due to the fact they were hit
on their way by large ships carrying
electronic gadgets and other assorted sundries
all of us can by at Walmart, or online on Amazon.

My dog likes bacon, some days in the field
I find her digging up a pile of dead grasses,
to behold the prize, dried up fecal matter, filled
with all the nutrients and perfumes her nose,
and not mine, mind you, lead her to somehow
recognize as good.

Good writing! I think my dog would like you just
because how you think!

Peace!





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