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Does this impressionist poem succeed as a literary equivalent of impressionism in painting?

Asked by: shakuntala
  • If something has to be the equivalent, then yes

    It's the closest thing there is, but the art styles are so vastly different it's a bit of a stretch to call one the equivalent of another when each provides things that only it can. The impressionist poem is as close to the impressionist style of painting as words are going to get, but both have their own features to experience.

  • Literary impressionism - a literary equivalent of impressionism in painting

    I argue
    this work is a an illuminated manuscript a painted canvas of words images of verbal tone painting an impressionist landscape of sensual impressions an impressionist landscape of sensual impressions thy words are colored hues splashes of verbal tints upon a canvas of impressions thy words are like liquid gems glittering thy canvas with shimmering textures of meaning and colored shades of hues and exquisite tones the word impressions reach out to touch the very flesh turning it into a rapturous tingling of sensual lustrating delights

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