Poets, musicians perform online


Clockwise from top left: ‘If Walls Could Talk’ hosts Melizarani, Lily Jamaludin and Afi Noor with Iban poet Kulleh Grasi during the live stream poetry fundraiser.

AFTER a long hiatus, poetry open mic “If Walls Could Talk” returned for a live-stream fundraiser in aid of refugee families affected by the movement control order (MCO).

The three-hour long session titled “If Walls Could Talk: The Fever Dream Edition” saw 21 poets and musicians from seven countries performing online.

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