Phanopoeia

Poundian term to describe a poem which relies upon 'throwing a visual image on the mind'. He went on to say that this is particularly exemplified by Chinese poetry because the Chinese language is composed of pictograms. See also logopoeia and  melopoeia which, according to Pound, make up the tripartite division of poetry.
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phanopoeia

phanopoeia Visual imagery in poetry.
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phanopoeia

visual imagery in poetry
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