Poetry by Robert Crocker

Added 11 October 1998

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This poem is by Robert Crocker

Hollow Promises (The Vampire)

From the dry sleep of death I have returned
I, a strange shriveled thing, caressed by mists
By light of a stone gray moon I drift upon the land
Calling to you my love
Walk to the window,
Look out upon my miserable emptiness
Open it, reach out
Feel me
Fill me
Don't let me wear this terrible cold alone
Yes, step out
Wrap your soft warmth around me
Let me...love you, as only I can
I will be you lover forever (until I feed again)
Your torn veins will fill me
There will be warmth where once was a hollow core
We will share your blood between us
You and I forever
Nothing is more important than that (than Your blood)
I love you
Remember that,
As you float into the cold grave my sweet
I love you (and your blood)

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