The door's closed. You knock. And inside it smells of the most beautiful aroma. Like when you're walking through the streets of Venice and the women have spritzed one too many times. The scents that make you think of church, the incense that is wafted about during the special ceremonies. Or the one time that you flew to Rome. They sold perfume on the airplane at a severe discount and the lady next to you doused your wife with her newest scent. You enjoyed the smell; hopefully your wife liked it on you as well.
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Published online: June 27, 2019
Accepted: April 20, 2019
Received: April 10, 2019
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