Iruuka Blackheart

Rookie (Janurary 13,1997 / Paterno, Italy)

Forgotten - Poem by Iruuka Blackheart

Darkness surrounded by hell
Where no one shall ever dwell
No one walks here
No one lives here
This is the fiery pits of hell itself
No one shall belong here
Only I, my dear
Only I live here surrounded by hate
But it is not I that wishes to instigate
I was cast here unloved by mankind
So that me alone mite find
Peace and happiness this is a lie!
I was cast here so I mite die!
Forgotten, Useless, Torn Apart
Barely held together like a rotten rampart
I know not this happiness of which you speak
I know only the stench of sadness and misery, it reeks
I have been here far to long
Forgetting every happy song
Cast here like an animal to be forgotten
Those of you who did this....are not rotten
It is I, I who has done this
My emotions went quite amiss
I know love my friend
I knew love to no reachable end
And I still no love, for my heart as black as night
Still full of love causes me a fright
Love in nearly unattainable
But oh so undeniable
You will know when you have attained love
Its as beautiful as a flying dove
But with love, came despair for me you see
I was as happy as could be!
Oh the joy that welled inside me
Could not be contained by any likes I knew
It was as sweet and joyful as honeydew
But then I knew the depression that followed
And with it my body became quite hollowed
For I know no other emotion you see
Other than fear and depression, as sad as you could be
For I messed up, my perfect life
And with it I have no reason to strife
For I am forgotten, forgotten you see
But I hope you know that I still love thee
For nothing you could ever do
Could stray me from loving you
I messed up quite badly I know
And with my the seeds of fear and anger were sowed
For it was my fault, The wrong thing at the wrong time
And my thoughts are now poured into my little rhyme
For emotion of joy of and happiness are oh so begotten
When you are like me, Forgotten
No one knows my true sadness I fear
That one day I could no longer be here
Because if I show my true self
Then no longer shall I be in good health
For the real me, is a sight so rotten
That fear itself has forgotten
What true fear is my true self
Cannot be detained with any sort of wealth
With my will I fight to keep it in
But everyday, with every little sin
It comes out just a little you see
But my true self....is as rotten as can be
My true self shows my real emotion its quite bad
No one has seen me truly happy, angry or sad
I try to fight it with my will
But everyday my heart is filled
With pain, and agony the likes you cannot compare
This kind of pain itself is quite rare
I cannot fight it I cannot win
For I have committed the greatest sin
Jealous of those who’s hearts hurt not
By now my mind has already started to rot
It’s coming out, my true self look away
The very thought of my true self begins to sway
Its messing with me turning me insane
I’m really trying hard to refrain
From doing this but I give up I fight no longer
I’m letting it out, My true self so begotten
So that Me myself, May be Forgotten.

Written by Lucas Howes, AKA Iruuka Blackheart


Comments about Forgotten by Iruuka Blackheart

  • Hans Vr (3/25/2012 2:11:00 AM)


    Dear Lucas,
    This poem is very well written. It depicts in melodious verses and great image a state of despair and suffering.
    Do keep searching for the person who cares. They are around, perhaps just around the corner of where you are right now. The number of caring persons is actually increasing in the world. Keep search for true friends and the little light inside yourself. I pray for your strenght
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  • Vipins Puthooran (12/19/2011 2:07:00 PM)


    Sometimes we may be forsaken by all
    A good poem! ! ! I love this poem! ! !
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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 19, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 20, 2011


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