In Scala I have found for the first time a positive combination of these attributes. Immense power, kitchen sinks, check. Simplicity? Perhaps not, but more so than the more popular alternatives. Some code has definitely a zen-like quality to it. And, yet, it is of general use, and has good enough resilience against unmaintainable messes. Not perfect, but better than anything else I know of, for now.
That doesn't mean I do not appreciate other languages. There is much to learn and admire in many, many languages, and I would not mind using quite a few of them if chance favors it.
So I'll leave you with the answer that came to my mind as I explained to a bewildered person why I loved APL -- a language I could spend a whole afternoon producing half a line of code:
There's joy to be found in writing code which is solely about what you want, and not about how to get there. Of expressing the fulness of your intent as a single expression. It's like the ultimate perfect katana cut.
Of course, in a real fight I'd rather have a gun.