Metal Detectors, a haiku by Robyn MacKinnaon at Spillwords.com

Metal Detectors

written by: Robyn MacKinnon

@art_rat

 

metal detectors

I remain completely still

to deactivate

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

Illustration description: A black background, lit only by a red light on the right side, casting lens flare toward the figure in the center. This figure appears to be made of disjointed metal, and seems to be in the middle of creeping toward the left of the image. Their form is echoed behind them, enlarged and translucent, like a visible echo. The words of the haiku sit in the top left corner in electric blue Small Fonts Regular, emitting a yellow glow. The entire image is broken up by red laser lines, crossing each other every which way.

Robyn MacKinnon

Robyn MacKinnon

I am mostly a visual artist, but I like to create "found poetry", specifically daily haiku made from the statuses of my Facebook friends. It was my Mom who started this, and officially passed the responsibility onto me when she became too busy.
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