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I am wary about writing about my poetry at all. I still remember Anna Pavlova's answer to the question as to what her dance meant: 'If I could tell you in words, do you think I would go to the immense trouble of dancing it?'
john baker, July 9th, 2011. 4 comments. Filed under art, music, politics.
South American Tango dancers, denied entry to the UK by our government’s anti-artist immigration laws dance their farewell at Glasgow airport.
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Beautiful, haunting…and infuriating. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
Too bad — the UK people are really missing out. What else will our government deprive us of, using the guise of making our lives safer in some strange way?
Huh? I don’t get it. You have weirdos like Boy George and a hundred others, yet these amazing dancers are not allowed in?
Nice post which government’s anti-artist immigration laws dance their farewell at Glasgow airport.In which dancing is art of expressing his feelings. Thanks a lot for posting.
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