8 junio, 2024

Tomino’s poem: what is it, origin and history, is the legend real?

What is the “Tomino Poem”?

He «Tomino’s Poem»or “Tomino’s Hell” (“Tomino’s hell”), is a literary composition of Japanese origin, written by the author Yomota Inuhiko in 1919. This text was first published in a book of poems and verses called The heart is like a rolling stone (either The heart is like a rolling stone).

A legend tells that this poem has a curse, where whoever reads it completely and aloud can die. It is also said that those who read it mentally can be seriously injured, have considerable physical effects or suffer some unfortunate event.

This poem has become extremely popular and for many people it has become something dangerous or forbidden, since supposed real case histories are related of people who read the poem and suffered some difficult situation.

However, there are also cases of those who analyzed this writing without having any problems afterwards. This is a clear case of urban legend, and since it has been popularized on the Internet, it is said to be a creepypasta.

Origin and history of Tomino’s poem

This poem was written by Yomota Inuhiko in 1919 and published in the book of verses The heart is like a rolling stone. Over the years, it became a legend that considered the text as cursed.

The legend about the curse of this poem recently became popular on social networks, after several users posted videos and audios reading this text on the Japanese website 2 channel, and then they were never heard from again.

It is also said that a radio host on a Japanese program wanted to put this legend to the test and read the poem live. After several days, the leaders of this radio network reported that the announcer had suffered a serious car accident.

It can be said that since this poem was written in 1919 to date, different controversies and situations have existed around it that have exposed it as an evil writing in Japan.

However, its popularity has already spread to other parts of the world and it has been translated from its original Japanese language into other languages.

Is the curse in Tomino’s poem real?

Although the «Tomino Poem» has not ceased to be controversial and curious since it was written in 1919 due to its supposed curse, there are many contradictions that it has generated, since it is said to be an Internet creation to instill fear.

Many people, on the other hand, have dared to read the poem as a live challenge without dying or suffering an accident, as legend has it, which raises doubts about whether their curse is legitimate or not.

It could be said then that the legend that accompanies this poem is nothing more than an Internet creation, viralized on social networks to create controversy, since none of its supposed stories of death, accidents or injuries to those who have read it, have been able to be reliably checked or verified.

poem in spanish

His older sister vomited blood, his younger sister vomited fire

And cute Tomino vomited up glass beads.

Tomino fell to hell alone.

Hell is shrouded in darkness, and even flowers don’t grow.

Is the person with the whip Tomino’s older sister?

I wonder whose whip that is.

Hit, hit, without hitting.

A single path of familiar hell.

Would you guide him to the dark hell?

Towards the golden sheep? towards the nightingale?

I wonder how much he put in the leather pocket

For the preparation of the trip through family hell.

Spring comes even in the forest and steam.

Even in the steam of the dark hell.

The nightingale in the cage, the sheep in the cart.

Tears in the eyes of the cute Tomino.

Cry, nightingale, for the rain forest.

His cries that he has lost his little sister.

The crying reverberated throughout hell.

The buds of peonies

Making circles around the seven mountains and the seven streams of hell

The lonely journey of cute Tomino.

If they are in hell, bring them to me.

The spire of the graves

I’m not going to pierce them with the red needle.

At little Tomino’s landmark.

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