This video version of a track from Touchable Dreams (by Jeremy Harmer and Steve Bingham) struck me as being perfect for the adult EFL/ESL classroom. It's short, with accessible language and some lovely recycling and repetition, not to mention the very clear enunciation, use of body language and expression, and (of course!) the wonderful musical accompaniment. As with so much poetry, it is also open to various interpretations, and I find that to be really useful for classroom discussion purposes.
I have the Touchable Dreams CD (and purchased another two to give as Christmas presents to loved ones), and I think it's a superb piece of work. As an English teacher, I've also found several of the tracks would make for wonderful poetry materials to use in the classroom with different levels.
In fact, I think Jeremy and Steve should put together a collection of videos (either using the Touchable Dreams tracks or others selected for the purpose) and teaching notes specifically for the English classroom -- and not just the EFL/ESL classroom. I could see mainstream English classes enjoying this material as well, especially if the video versions have some twists in scenery and delivery.
I'd buy it, and I think my learners would love it!