Love Me Till I Die

Love Me Till I Die

Author: Gabor Timis Copyright 2012

Love me till I die
Love me without asking why
Love me for no reason
Love me every season.

Love me for my uniqueness
Love me hard, love endless.
Love me for my cute charm
Love me, hold my arm,
Never let go, just love me.

Oh, love me!

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This poem shows the deep desire to be loved, to be needed, to be cherished. We all want to feel special, and even if we have faults and make mistakes, we want to feel desired and loved for our uniqueness. The poem reflects such emotions and cries out for love. The world can be a cruel, careless and indifferent place … but with love, we can make a better life and find joy and happiness. Enjoy the verses and spread your love to the less fortunate.

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  1. nadine says:

    How many names does God have?
    100? 1000?
    I do not know
    How many reasons why I love you?
    100? 1000?
    I do not know.

    I love your presence
    I love your essence
    I love your breadth
    I love your strength

    I love your power, I love your sweetness
    Your gentelness, your care
    Before I call you
    You are always there

    I love your smile,
    radiant, blissfull
    Full of inocent joy
    Yet stronger
    Than anyone else I know

    I love your eyes
    Nowhere, have I seen anyone
    Shine like you do
    Ever fulfilled
    Ever joyful
    Ever peaceful
    A flowing river of love, that’s what I see in you

    How many reasons why I love you?
    100? 1000? Infinity?
    I don’t need to know.

  2. Dear Mr. Timis,

    I am a Hospice chaplain and I work with patients that are dying. I am writing a small booklet to help loved ones related to dying family members. I love your poem, entitled, “Love Me Till I Die”. I wonder if you mind if I use your poem in this booklet? I imagine it has already helped lots of people in their final days and I hope that I will continue this if given your permission.
    Thank you for your consideration,

    Chaplain Daniel Schramm,
    Katy, Texas

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