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Abandoned amphitheatre, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, México

on his shadow bed
feigning health and heartiness
one of Shakespeare’s kings
~~ ~~ ~~
Plays past echo in the stones.

Text and photo © 2015 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on July 25, 2015, in 5-7-5, Adjei Agyei-Baah, Carpe Diem, Guanajuato, Mexico, Our World Tuesday, San Miguel de Allende, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Six-Word Saturday and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 27 Comments.

  1. I’m really glad that you (& your camera) get around so much, teach. It’s always a pleasure to stop in here for the tour.

  2. Love the phrase to go with the picture. Creates quite a ghostly atmosphere.

  3. My Spanish isn’t great but it looks a soothing place. Love the 6! 🙂

  4. the amphitheater of silence

    have a good Saturday

    much love…

  5. Good shot to invoke memories.

  6. superb phrase! I can imagine stepping up as a child and gracing my “audience” with a monologue!

  7. echoes of laughter, perhaps tears and clapping in appreciation of the performance. lovely shot as always MMT!!

  8. Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio

    Such a wonderful amphitheater! Why on earth would it be abandoned? As you know, this image is taken at a place that I’d love to visit someday. In the meantime, I will enjoy it through your images!

  9. How sad that it is abandoned. Nice words for the image.

  10. Hopefully the crowd wasn’t too hard on the actors performing their craft in their day…I can almost hear a sonnet on the empty stage…

  11. It’s a lovely site and lovely thoughts. So sad no one performs here now.

  12. What a beautiful haiku, MMT! and that photo is perfect with those reflections. Your phrase concludes your moment so very well!!

  13. What a delightful haiku and that photo … a beauty, as always a joy to visit your weblog.

  14. Like an atmospheric sanctuary. An enchanting place.

  15. Fantastic image, wonderful words. Thank You.

  16. how old is that site?

  17. eerily beautiful!

  18. What a great place – I wonder what performances they used to hold here.

  19. Too bad the amphitheater is abandoned…but it makes wonderful inspiration for poetry.

  20. Oh, I do love it and THANKS for memories!! I lived in San Miguel de Allende for over a year and loved every minute!!!

  21. that is probably a nice place to explore 🙂

  22. That’s one cool looking place.
    Glad to see it through your blog & photos.
    Have a Great Week!
    Peace 🙂

  23. Memories are golden. Was a nice place.

  24. I wonder what kinD of events they did out on there?

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