Scented Quote of the Day Archives

Scented Quote of the Day, from John Keats:

Image via Wikipedia Here is an excerpt from Ode to the Nightingale by John Keats which was written in the month of May 1819. In it, as the poet imagines his vision dimming with the passing of daylight, his sense...

Scented Quote of the Day, from Jacques-Henri Lartigue:

"Je suis triste de ne pouvoir photographier les odeurs. J'aurais voulu, hier, photographier celles de l'armoire à épicerie de grand-mère.""I feel sad not to be able to photography aromas. I would have liked, yesterday, to photography those from grand-mother's spice...

Scented Quote of the Day, from Colette: On Peonies

"Here they are, they've come, those peonies you say smell like a rose, themselves the forerunners of the earliest rose. Give them plenty of water, these gorgeous corollas, which indeed have something of the rose about them, something, but not...

Scented Quote of the Day, from Serge Lutens:

"WHAT INSPIRES YOU FOR YOUR WORK?I believe that from the age of eight everything is done--that is to say, everything is filed away. The rest is to be remembered. After this age of reason...what we have seen, what we have...

Scented Quote of the Day, from Justin Timberlake:

Singer Justin Timberlake speaks during the 23rd annual American Cinematheque show honoring Samuel L. Jackson held at Beverly Hilton Hotel on December 1, 2008 in Beverly Hills, California. So we know Justin Timberlake does not like the idea of having...