An ekphrastic poem is one filled with imagery of a scene or a work of art including sculptures, paintings, drawings, architecture, and yes, portraits. In addition to imagery, the poem my critique, imitate, dramatize, or reflect upon the artwork.from Smash Poetry Journal by Robert Lee Brewer
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