In their simplest form Poi are a ball or weight attached to a cord. They can be very simple to make and decorate. Poi range from tennis balls in long socks, to nylon fabric around beanbags (sometimes with tails), to square flag poi weighted at one end, and finally fire poi. If both ends of the cord have a weight (and usually the cord is longer) then that object of manipulation is called a Meteor. Meteors can also be played with fire, as well as staffs.
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