Through Harold’s Lens:
Please start the music first, as you are enjoying the images and words.
You will receive the full sensual experience of this story.
Chill went up my spine
Spiritual uplifting notes
Muffled Mephistos stilled
Cello of passion
Across lonely road
Large leafy oak.
Snow-white feather fingers
Eyes caressed her cheeks
Lithe body swaying.
My tears flowed
Nikon rose to eye
Fog through rivulets.
Push. Click. Push. Click. Push Click.
Greatest hymn ever written
Her eyes glided open.
I whispered “thank you”
She whispered “thank you”
May you find an expression of love, calm and spiritual dimension
listening to the music from my morning.
You don’t know her.
Sophie casually waited to dance
Tango music moving her spirit
Swaying to the sounds of the rhythm.
Sophie loves to dance
With a man
With a woman.
Waiting to be asked.
But not for the reason the other women were waiting.
Other women wanted a fantasy.
They wanted young
Shirt buttons open to six pack abs
Matted intertwined black curls to the navel
Her braless breast pressed against his chest
His pants skin tight
Firm thigh surging between her hot, quivering legs
Ecstasy slowly slithering its way up against her warm, twitching belly.
Sophie just wanted to feel her inner passion.
The freedom of dancing.
Sophie could dance to the news.
You feel inner passion.
The keyboard of your desk
Your fingers rhythmically listening
A musical favorite.
The freedom of letting go
The spirt rising
Doing what you love
Doing what you really feel.
Deep down inside.
Your inner core talking.
Your inner passion.
Every night, Mariachi musicians patiently wait in San Miguel de Allende’s Jardin for visitors and residents to ask them to play Mexican folk music full of passion and excitement. Then, the dancing, weaving and singing begins.
Mariachi music is Mexico’s best known form of folk music.
Stroll through the alleys and narrow lanes of San Miguel de Allende with the legendary Estudiantinas.
These student singers, dressed in 16th century medieval costumes, play their lively, contagious music as they strum their musical instruments, sing and dance.
Visitors follow behind them dancing and drinking wine from a flask.