Poetry Without Borders
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A song about the re-birth of Spring.
This song is about our response to crisis.
This is the song of the ocean coral. Coral reefs can be thought as the rain-forests of the sea.
This is the song of the Antarctic penguins threatened by extinction through global warming and habitat destruction.
This poem is inspired by the famous photograph taken of Earth from space by William Anders in 1968.
This poem connects you through the doors of perception to the voice of the Yangtze River Porpoise, which is Critically Endangered
A poem that takes you through the doors of perception into the consciousness of the Endangered Indo-China tiger species.
This is the song of the Soala, opening the doors of perception to the struggle of this Critically Endangered species.
Kurofune 黒船 meditates on colonialism exploring ocean current connections between West and East.
This song is a meditation on a first encounter with Death.
This poem meditates on a young nomad caught up in the urbanisation of a changing China.
This poem was inspired by a Miaozu festival in rural Guizhou Province in China. It explores connections between past and present experience
This song was inspired by a buffalo~fight in rural Guizhou Province in China. It is sung by the buffalo.
This poem celebrates the spirit of 'pu'er', the first tea in the world.
You are invited to join a visit to a remote mountain-top village in Guizhou Province in south-west China, to share the spirit of the village
This poem invites you to re~wild yourself by joining the play of a mountain stream.
This poem describes the experience of returning to your natural or instinctive self - by losing yourself and re-wilding.
This poem invites you to join the landscape and culture of Yunnan, a province of south-west China.