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Perfume: Entrancing Vapor from Nature's Tap

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Perfume: Entrancing Vapor from Nature's Tap

Rose petals plated on caste mold
Savory patent impressed on manifold
From Nature's palate sweet oils doled
Essence of extracted beauty flowed

Into fashioned vial tinged with gold
Nature's, vintage aphrodisiac bankrolled
Mysterious guise, transparent, yet stunningly bold
Onto suave cheeks the charming potion scrolled

Distilled love massaged into every, ivory fold
Enamoring scent suitor's, impulsive glands to hold
With intoxicating fumes, ephemeral beauty sold
To the salivating nasal ducts of every, unwitting cuckold

Delilah's gaudy folio modern women have deigned old
But with the rose's alluring, timeless scent still cajoled
Unpainted, unmarked mask; devious designs unforetold
Emitting translucent vapors that mind's eye does behold

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  1. Date: 4/22/2013 4:29:00 PM
    Wonderful poem, Steven. Looks to me like it may have been difficult to write. This type of rhyme is called Monorhyme, and it is listed under forms. hugs, Catie :)