Mobiles, or: Jail cells

A ‘Septolet’

hundreds of 
Russian conscripts.

Moscow blames its troops' 
mobile phone usage.


The Septolet is a poem consisting of seven lines containing fourteen words with a break anywhere in between the two parts. Both parts deal with the same thought and create a picture.

Let’s write poetry together!

When it comes to partnership, some humans can make their lives alone – it’s possible. But creatively, it’s more like painting: you can’t just use the same colours in every painting. It’s just not an option. You can’t take the same photograph every time and live with art forms with no differences.

Ben Harper (b. 1969)

Would you like to create poetry with me and have a completed poem of yours featured here at the Skeptic’s Kaddish? I am very excited to have launched the ‘Poetry Partners’ initiative and am looking forward to meeting and creating with you… Check it out!

15 thoughts on “Mobiles, or: Jail cells”

  1. Dimitri Anatoljewitsch Medwedew / Wladimir Wladimirowitsch Putin / Dmitri Walerjewitsch Utkin / Wladimir Michailowitsch Gundjajew /

    Ukraine-Krieg: Der Weihnachts-Waffenstillstand, der keiner war

    Die Lektionen für den Kreml, der aus den historischen Erfahrung, durch Genozid an der eigenen Bevölkerung, unter Иосиф Виссарионович Сталин nichts gelernt hat. Stalins Genozid in der Ukraine: „Eine Wahrheit, die man jahrzehntelang zu vertuschen versuchte“ Der Genozid und der Terror in der Ukraine geht weiter.

    Die neoimperialen Angriffskriege des Kreml sind ein Verbrechen.

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