Simply Poetry

From Far And Wide

Celebrating the Arts

as artistes gather


bringing dance, music, drama

in this creative



Indigenous group


the haunting

sounds of the

didgeridoo echoing

their tribal dance.


Street opera

soprano, tenor

Japanese interpretation

Romeo and Juliet

ethnic setting

duet song and dance

contemporary concept.



clever manipulation

“wayang kulit”

shadow play

Malaysian artistes

Cultural story-telling


Modern comedy drama

young people

Actors studio


experimental theatre

three act play

“Bitter Sweet”


The creative arts

in performing or expressive

art shows

poetry readings

ballet dancing

continue to impress

boundless creativity

breaking cultural barriers

for living arts!


Comments on: "From Far And Wide" (15)

  1. Sounds wonderful Iris. 😃
    Great write.

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    • Yes, this festival of arts in the international context really expresses cultural arts in perspective. It’s an interesting and contemporary concept. A great and inspiring experience! Thanks, Alan. Appreciate your interest and reflection. 🙂

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  2. Lovely! You really brought the street art experience to life. 🙂

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  3. Wonderful. Your poem is like one big celebration. I can feel the joy and energy. 🙂

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  4. This sounds like the perfect festival for me. Wonderful, inspiring writing, I can just feel the creativity!

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  5. We need more festivals like what you’re describing. Everyone coming together for the love and celebration of art. There’s still so much beauty in this world. Thanks for the wonderful reminder. 🌹🦋

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    • Yes, it’s really a wonderfully organised festival… such talented people from various countries who came together to showcase their art! Delighted to share, Rose, and thank you for your interest and lovely reflection… 🎶 💞


  6. Yes, indeed! Your poem expresses the wealth of our human and artistic diversity.

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