'Safe and Warm?' was assembled from phrases selected from a pre-existing piece of work (in this case a public advertisement). It is therefore structurally related to an erasure (for instance the phrases are presented in the order that they appear in the original work). In the visual representation the phrases have been physically cut out, assembled and photographed. It is therefore a found haiku, although there is an element of authorial assembly involved in this case, other than simple observation.
Mark Gilbert writes poetry and prose and his recent work can be found in Haibun Today, Presence and Failed Haiku. Occasionally his poems are displayed on the streets of Washington DC or Nottingham, UK.