Not Necessarily Ekphrasis (NNE): In the Company of Myself

Ekphrasis, boiled down, is art describing another work of art.  For poetry, the example most sites provide is John Keats’ “Ode on a Grecian Urn.”

Today will be my first of, hopefully, many Not Necessarily Ekphrasis (NNE) poetry pictures.  I call it ‘Not Necessarily Ekphrasis’, because all of the poems won’t necessarily describe the pic on which they will be placed.  I may find the picture a good match for the mood of the poem, or it may actually be an ekphrastic poem.

Here’s my first Not Necessarily Ekphrastic poetry photo…

InTheCompanyOfMyself

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

***The poem, In the Company of Myself, was originally published on this blog back in December of 2012.

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