Today, a repeat of last year's very popular Haiku challenge: pick a perfume, any perfume, write a haiku about it. Use the simplified English form — your haiku should have three lines, the first line with five syllables, the second line with seven syllables and the third line with five syllables. You can put the perfume name in the title if that makes it easier, and at any rate, don’t stress over the rules of traditional haiku — this is just for fun.
You can also, if you like, write your Haiku about a perfume house instead of a particular perfume.
Your host today is Jill. If you've never met, let me introduce you:
Note: top image is A colored version of the Big wave from 100 views of the Fuji, 2nd volume by Katsushika Hokusai via Wikimedia Commons.