October 12, 2012
Lorenzo Moya*, Barbara. Gallery Bergelli
Sonnet XVII perfume by Olympic Orchids created by Ellen Covey in collaboration with CaFleureBon Editor in Chief, Michelyn Camen as a special project and is a rare chance for me to participate in a great synchronicity, in which multiple pieces of a puzzle came together.
My personal pieces clicking into their places as well. Everything I have learned about this project in making made me marvel at coincidences. I was not surprised that the Olympic Orchids Sonnet XVII is a fragrance that is green and woody, close to nature and redolent of a walk in the forest – a forest that is as dark and moist as is the passion between Pablo Neruda and Matilde.
Acknowledgements: Michelyn Camen and Ellen Covey of Olympic Orchids, I am grateful for an opportunity to have a chance to try Sonnet XVII in all its stages culminating with the finished fragrance. I had a sample sent to me for a review. Sonnet XVII is now available for sale
Ellen is offering a 5ml sprayer of Sonnet XVII to a winner. The winner of the random draw is Ramona
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with SONNET XVII 5ml sprayer as your subject and your complete mailing details by October 13, 2012 3PM EST
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