This artwork is composed of three stages. The first stage, on the left, is the letter M drawn in cursive. The second stage, in the middle, are components of the letter separated. The third stage, on the right, are those components rearranged into a face.
This artwork can inspire poetry in a number of ways. One idea would be to see the idea of breaking something down and rearranging it, that is shown in the artwork, and apply that idea to a poem. For example, a poet might choose a word, and then use anagrams of that word in a poem.
Another idea would be to utilize personification in a poem. This artwork takes a letter, and shows it as a face. A poet might apply the same idea in a poem, and maybe have a poem about the face on something like a car, with the headlights as eyes and the grill as the mouth.
Another idea inspired by this artwork, might be for a poet to write a poem made of individual stanzas or lines, and then rearrange those stanzas or lines to make a new poem.