Corn Husks

  • Illustration of the Labors of the Months

    And Here I Shere My Corne Full Lowe Perfume Oil

    A season for falconry and harvest, leisure and labor: sweet honeyed oats, beer, woodmoss, corn husks, and flecks of amber.

    The proceeds from this scent benefit Cradles to Crayons, which provides children in the Philadelphia area that are living in poverty with everyday essentials.

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    Scarecrow Turned Philosopher Perfume Oil

    Once I said to a scarecrow, “You must be tired of standing in this
    lonely field.”

    And he said, “The joy of scaring is a deep and lasting one, and I
    never tire of it.”

    Said I, after a minute of thought, “It is true; for I too have
    known that joy.”

    Said he, “Only those who are stuffed with straw can know it.”

    Then I left him, not knowing whether he had complimented or belittled

    A year passed, during which the scarecrow turned philosopher.

    And when I passed by him again I saw two crows building a nest
    under his hat.

    – Kahlil Gibran

    Corn husks waving on an autumn breeze, beams of amber sunlight, hay bales, and late summer wildflowers.

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  • Young Corn Perfume Oil

    Grant Wood

    Corn husks and upturned soil, haystacks and spicy late summer breezes.

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