Sylvia Plath--When in Good Humor

A fabulous set of Possets commemorating and inspired by works by such poetic geniuses as Dickinson, Ginsberg, Whitman, and more.

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Sylvia Plath--When in Good Humor

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Possets' description: "Bitter tea, essence of pollen, the scent of sunflowers, myrtle, and rue. The latter is such a Sylvia Plath plant, it is exceptional and indescribable. Sometimes known as the Herb de Grace, it is poisonous if taken in large doses. The salt of tears is hidden in this scent, too. I thought of Sylvia if her sadness had lifted and she dried her tears for the last time. A tragically brilliant and romantic fragrance."
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Anyone try this one?
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I'll test drive this one tomorrow! I got a decant.
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I couldn't bear to try mine on :/ Something was rubbing me the wrong way.
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Re: Sylvia Plath--When in Good Humor

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Tbh this is really reminding me of honey and chamomile. With a little lemon maybe? Ok I suck at this. It has a sweetness to it, a herbally tea edge and this kinda hay like waft.

Not my thing.
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