R.J. Seoul : Writing

Hidden Woman

Hidden Woman

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


An endless whisper of mad love Marked by the playful humming that is her voice. Her eyes shielded by fear of perception, Were once deep with emot..
God's Mistake or Imperfection

God's Mistake or Imperfection

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


Justifying why God needed Jesus from the Viewpoint of an Animal
How to Eat a Book

How to Eat a Book

A Story by R.J. Seoul


Proper use and care instructions for books.
How to Create

How to Create

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


How is it that we lack the ability of original thought?
O Essay, My Essay

O Essay, My Essay

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


off Walt Whitman’s “O Captain My Captain”
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Oath to a Book

Oath to a Book

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


The first entry into my journal
The Mind of A Male

The Mind of A Male

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


A quick bit of humor.
Life Doesn't Frighten Me

Life Doesn't Frighten Me

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


Consider it the poetic version of a remix to a song. I took parts of Edgar Allen Poe's story a Tell Tale Heart and wrote them into a poem.
A Writer's Worst Friend

A Writer's Worst Friend

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


A poem on how grammar affects writing.
My Son

My Son

A Poem by R.J. Seoul


So, here is your life, young man, Paint it red, and paint it blue. Don’t you let it run away, young man. Keep it close, so close to you. T..

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