The Vampire Bride [I am come-I am come!]
"I am come—I am come! once again from the tomb, In return for the ring which you gave; That I am thine, and that thou art mine, This nuptial pledge receive." He lay like a corse 'neath the Demon's force, And she wrapp'd him in a shround; And she fixed her teeth his heart beneath, And she drank of the warm life-blood! And ever and anon murmur'd the lips of stone, "Soft and warm is this couch of thine, Thou'lt to-morrow be laid on a colder bed— Albert! that bed will be mine!"
This poem is in the public domain.
Henry Thomas Liddell
Date Published: 1833-01-01
Source URL: https://poets.org/poem/vampire-bride-i-am-come-i-am-come