Hidden Moments ~ #006 August 2014 – Haiga and Haibun for Phoneography Monday: Black and White

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Whereabouts Unknown


in the dark. keyed. into a role top desk. in the bottom drawer. the black of a closet. a shoebox covered in grit. a cigar box. tied with twine. close. beneath a stone. a loose floorboard. unseen. consumed. by insects. fire. a hand. with blinders. a mind. with blinders. tossing. an envelope. a bundle. a packet of letters. into the trash bin. to be carted away. unopened. wrapped in silence. unread. unknown. blowing in dust. scattered in ashes. consigned. to undertow currents. in the sea. buried. in swamp grass. a bog. the forest. beneath pine needles. beneath spring plantings. of corn. or iris. deep in a cave. in sea sand. in the mind. the mind. padlocked. protected. lost and left. left and lost. on a ledge. bound. with a Gordian Knot. into the grave. 

locked in silence
unseen close at hand
a summer secret

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Altered Photograph

  • 8 x 12 Inches @ 300 ppi
  • Digital Drawing and Painting
  • iPad 2 Digital Camera
  • My Sketch App
  • Perfect Effects 8
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 12

My response to the Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Black and White for Monday August 18, 2014, found on the Lens and Pens by Sally blog.

Below are the Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge themes for each Monday of the month:

  • 1st Monday: Nature
  • 2nd Monday: Macro
  • 3rd Monday: Black and White
  • 4th Monday: Challenger’s Choice (Pick One: Abstraction, Animals, Architecture,
  • Food Photography, Night Photography, Objects, Portraiture, Still Life, Street
  • Photography, or Travel).
  • 5th Monday: Editing and Processing with Various Apps Using Themes from the
  • Fourth Week.

Haiga and Haibun are two of the many Haiku and Related Forms in the field of poetry.

Haiga as I see it is image which includes haiku as part of the image—image and haiku as one work.

Haibun as I see it is prose, poetic prose or poetry (other than haiku) plus one or more haiku.

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