Orange, Sage, Pine, Woody, 
Patchouli, Musk, Moss
Low-rise buildings, the ridge seen gently in the distance. Alleyways pass by quickly in a blur, unfamiliar yet refreshing air seeps through the gap of the car window. Everything is unlike the city. On the way to the lodge, I pull over and take a stroll, longing to melt into the scenery before nightfall. I stumble upon a memorial park and notice people soaking up the moment. I nestle under a pine tree. Memories of the busy, routine life start to fade. I feel the wind against my skin, a pleasant sensation.
Myrrh, Cedarwood, Frankincense, 
Sandalwood, Pepper, Musk
I wake up and wander into the living room. There I find a half-awake Toto looking up from under a slowly twinkling tree. As I lie down on the carpet and snuggle, she slumps into my arms. I pet her shaggy hair. From the dying fireplace, I occasionally hear the crackling embers. As I close my eyes and focus on the sound, I sense a slight movement from my hand on her stomach.
Bergamot, Patchouli, Sandalwood, 
Oakmoss, Peru balsam, Vanilla
When the party is in full swing, I excuse myself scarce and smoke in the hallway. I find an empty room and flop down on the leather couch. When I open my eyes, I see someone sitting across the table. She passes me a glass in silence and I gulp it down. The burning sensation in my throat shuts my eyes tight. I open my eyes again and realize it is morning. I remember her laughter, which I found beautiful.
Marine, Jasmine, Geranium, 
Cedarwood, Amber, Melon
Monotonous outfits and taste, conversations drone on like a broken record on repeat. As I started to become faint with boredom among the banquet crowd filled with faces like John Malkovich, I noticed him in the distance. People around him laughed harder, as if trying to ignore his presence. Our gazes locked and I felt a strong attraction, but also a subtle amount of fear. I turned my back and struggled to focus on the meaningless conversation with acquaintances.
Bergamot, Juniper, Grapefruit, Mint, 
Patchouli, Neroli, Frankincense
The park drenched in the early morning rain quietly sparkles with the sudden sunshine. Even though they are no longer with me, it has become a hobby of mine to visit this place on a given day every month. Looking from the pavilion it is uncertain if it is sunrise or sunset, with the rain clouds hovering over the high-rise buildings across the river far away.

TOPLemon, Black Currant, Tangerine, Cut Grass
MIDDLELily of the Valley, Jasmine, Rose, 
Freesia, Peach, Apricot, Apple
BASESandal Wood, Cedar, Amber, White Musk
Take off the wrapping off just-bought flowers and put them in a clear vase. Life slowly emanates from the flowers to its surroundings. Take a bite out of an apple from the fridge, and again smell the flowers. I slowly swallow the freshness rising from the flowers.
TOPLemon, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Black Currant
MIDDLEBasil, Iris 
BASEPatchouli, Vetiver
Immediately after opening the door to botanical garden B, I see a tall tropical tree. The top leaf was almost touching the glass ceiling, and I bow because of the strain on the neck from looking up so high. There are plants on both sides of the path, and as I walk further in, the moist, fresh scent from colorful plants becomes stronger.
TOPMandarin, Pear, Lemon
MIDDLERose, Lily of the Valley, Orchid 
BASEMusk, Toffee, Patchouli
Sitting on a surf board, I make waves on the sea with my legs. I see the bottom of the sea through the waves reflecting the sun. I wonder about the deep ocean although I was just in it. As I climb down the surf board, the coldness enamors my body. I take a short breath and swim into the ocean.
TOPPeach, Plum, Apricot 
MIDDLEJasmine, Lily of the Valley, Gardenia 
BASEVanilla, Musk
I ring the bell when I arrive at the home I was invited to. The footsteps get closer, and door opens. The inside was more elegant than expected and I couldn’t help but look around. The hallway to the living room had many paintings on its walls. At the end it was a big painting covering more than half of the wall and a light that lights it up.
TOPGrapefruit, Mandarin, Italian Lemon, Bergamot, Peach
MIDDLELotus Flower, Jasmine
BASERhubarb, Musk
I take out a grapefruit and a cup from a freezer. I cut the grapefruit in half and squeeze its juice into the cup. I get some juice on my face but leave it, picking up the other half to juice it as well. I stir with some carbonated water and ice, and I hear small popping sounds.
TOPLemon, Pepper, Juniper Berry 
MIDDLEPine, Orris 
BASESandal Wood, Amber, Vanilla
The rain that started last night was thining. I take an umbrella and go to a nearby mountain. Taking heavier steps than usual on the blackish-brown earth, I see a bench by a pine tree. Right under the tree, I sit on a relatively dry spot and gaze the blurry scenery shrouded in the fog.
TOPWatery Melon 
BASEAlmond, Vanilla
In the café, people are sparsely seated. After looking around for a good spot, I lay my purse on the table near the passageway. A sudden pale floral scent forces me to turn around from unconsciously watching people passing by out the window. Nearby, I can see the back of a man who seems to have passed by a moment ago.
TOPFig Leaf, Bergamot, Pink Pepper 
MIDDLECinnamon, Thyme, Geranium
BASEWoody, Fig, Eucalyptus
The library which I occasionally visit harbors a reddish brown bookshelf in the corner. On its aged shelves lay old books, fitting to its character. A particular one draws my attention among many that are wrapped with faded covers, asking to be picked up and opened. The pleasant, delicate smell from turning its pages makes me close the book again and turn the pages over from the first page to the very end.
TOPClove bud, Bergamot, Grapefruit 
MIDDLERose, Fig leaf, Cedar wood Virginia 
BASEBirch, Peru Balsam, Oakmoss, Musk, Vanilla
A wild forest without human trace, a burnt firewood scent seeped deep inside the clothe, rough coat and a footwear, sharp tools and an expectation that I can make anything with these things. The pleasure you feel when you handle those rough and dangerous tools are different feelings than the pleasure you feel when you get recognition in a public society or by being a rich. The pleasure derives from a basic instinct.
TOPGrapefruit, Wild Strawberry 
MIDDLEWater Lily, Lotus 
BASEMusk, Ambergris
I was feeling depressed by the sound of spring rain that started to come down at night. It is the night feel like I have lost all the qualities of love. Nevertheless, Nevertheless, I know that I want to love and be loved. And I will hide my mind and live tomorrow. Outside the window, It was raining until morning and petals flowed with rainwater. After all, we are all insecure but lovable beings.
TOPTea leaf, Rosemary 
MIDDLELilac(Syninga vulgaris L), Apple blossom
BASEMusk, Sandalwood
Unexpected sudden cold air woke me up earlier than usual. Not knowing that I am awake, my cat was playing with my shoes lying next to the bed and the scent of the candle I burned last night still remained in my purple blanket. I closed my eyes again and as I drag up my blanket to cover myself I thought I should wear my new trench coat I bought earlier before.
TOPLemon, Grapefruit, Bergamot, Mandarine, 
Aquatic Green
MIDDLESunny Passion Fruit, Orange Blossom, 
Ylang Ylang, White Rose
BASEWhite Musk
I fled from the city haunted me for my whole life and settled here where embraced me just as I am. Gentle weather throughout the year, great and affordable fruits, big smiles on bronze color faces, and beautiful nature so close to dive in whenever I want.. Ironically I dream of my hometown every night at this perfect and peaceful place.

Bergamot, Lime, Juniperberry
Early morning still continue also morning dew with the flavor of grass, flower and some kind of fruits is disappearing by the sunlight on the horizon in the artificial garden. This place is still neglected, however, is still harmonious.
Spearmint, Clarysage, Petitgrain
Like a large bonsai, the house was something close to perfection and alive. The space made of sensitivity that could not be easily touched, was being filled up with fragrance of his favorite tea, and I was getting small enough then a bonsai on his table and felt his forest. I wondered what he gazed out of the window and what he thought the eye of the public.

Sometimes you win, 

Sometimes you learn.

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