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Lay all your love on me...
Like when you walk old paths again,
invites "Under my skin to a Gang
through long forgotten areas
of your life so far.
You've been here before, just,
it used to look different!
Passing construction wagons,
and the range,
where the animals live.
Areas that belong to you,
that, sweet as bitter,
Part of your own story.
Of course it goes through rough terrain,
and over the years some things have grown,
the paths are lined with many things:
- of wild roses and chamomile, lavender and holy cabbage,
- old paper with both questions and answers, written with fat, blood and tears,
- Medical: the small and large containers in which were the sweetness of the placebos and also the sharpness of the wound healing and cleansing tinctures.
- of love, all-encompassing, written from rose petals.
- Of beautiful, powdered, tender and gentle people, with long lashes, light blue eyes and big hearts.
- Of finely woven nets that connect everything, invisible.
- the bang in the night that makes you drive up scared.
- music columns: the harp concerto by Georg Friedrich Händel, B major, 1st movement,
or "Whatever your dreams are" - The dogs.
- of set characters: physical as well as pictorial...
- of admonishers, wise men and shamans who pointed out early on that it was time to see the wounds in order to heal them.
A fragrance of a great depth
and an exciting, changing course.
The durability is enormous, the Sillage room-filling,
both even after hours...
so the almost 100 € for 30 ml are appropriate.
The story that this perfume can tell,
is priceless anyway.
I compare "Under my skin" in some respects with "Smolderose" -
the great summer love -
that's a very! big compliment
and ennobles "Under my skin" .
It consists in this comparison,
is sweeter throughout and a trace softer.
He doesn't get under my skin,
that do other scents stronger.
He's gonna get on my heart.
He's moving in with me.
Lay all your love on me.