429. Song—Come let me take thee to my breast

by
 COME, let me take thee to my breast,
 And pledge we ne’er shall sunder;
And I shall spurn as vilest dust
 The world’s wealth and grandeur:
And do I hear my Jeanie own
 That equal transports move her?
I ask for dearest life alone,
 That I may live to love her.
Thus, in my arms, wi’ a’ her charms, I clasp my countless treasure; I’ll seek nae main o’ Heav’n to share, Tha sic a moment’s pleasure: And by thy e’en sae bonie blue, I swear I’m thine for ever! And on thy lips I seal my vow, And break it shall I never.

Poem by
Biography | Poems | Best Poems | Short Poems | Quotes | Email Poem - 429. Song—Come let me take thee to my breastEmail Poem | Create an image from this poem

Poems are below...



Top Robert Burns Poems

Analysis and Comments on 429. Song—Come let me take thee to my breast

Provide your analysis, explanation, meaning, interpretation, and comments on the poem 429. Song—Come let me take thee to my breast here.