This was for a poetry class assignment, in which we were to write a phony "ekphrasis" poem. We had to visualize a painting and then write a poem about it. I "chose" a painting of the Annunciation (I think?) and interpreted it as the legend of Zeus and Danaë.

Onward (Danaë and the Sun)

She drops to her knees,

soiling her gown of royal blue,

paying her respects to

a few rays of sunlight

masquerading as her lord.

A porcelain-cheeked angel

makes grand proclamations

as the golden sun

caresses her cheek

and slips inside her gown.