Treasure Island

Keosta Reid

(August 28 1992 / Orange County)

Love Me


Love me for real
Love me pass the sex appeal
Love me just like you love yourself
Love me until you have nothing else
Love me because I love you
Love me through the stress I put you through
Love me when it hurts so bad
Love me when things get frustrating and you get mad
Love me becasue I give my all
Love me when I make a mistake and fall
Love me when I'm wrong
Love me when I'm right
Love me day and night
Love me because I want you to
Love me becasue you heart tells you to
Love me becasue I love you
Love me and I'll Love you

Submitted: Sunday, July 05, 2009

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  • Stella Chisom (4/16/2010 4:31:00 PM)

    I like this peom. Had been is under my authority i would have given you award.All the same i just love you bcos you are right, as you said. (Report) Reply

  • Candice George (8/12/2009 4:54:00 PM)

    I realli do liek this poem, Well done Keosta, I think you realli hit the nail on the head with this one (Report) Reply

  • **aShLeY~NiiChOl<3** 1013 (8/12/2009 3:53:00 PM)

    i dont know why some idiots rated this low.
    i rated 10.
    this is exactly what i feel about my man.
    i mean its like you read my mind.
    i think you did very well! ! !
    (; (Report) Reply

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