Bethany Maxwell

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All Is Full Of Love - Poem by Bethany Maxwell

All is Full of Love

Nothing left but each other,
Plastic and metal.
No one here to say hello,
No one to tell us what we need to know.
Oh so lonely,
So secluded.
With only the love for each other,
Wires and bolts,
They have gone,
Left us alone
Only you and me,
And the machines that make us.
Oh so many of us,
Made like each other,
No differences,
Nothing unique.
All is full of love.
Yet nothing remains to be loved.
Oh all is full of love,
With nothing left but each other,
We are forgotten,
But we have each other,
Metal and plastic,
All is full of love.
Yet they are alone,
In the arms of each other,
Their tears running together,
All if full of love,
Alone in the world,
Wires and bolts,
All is full of love,
Together they move through life,
No one to show them what to think,
Show them truth,
Plastic and metal,
All is full of love,
With no one but each other to share it with,
The same as each other,
Yet still they are together,
All is full of love.

By: Bethany Maxwell
February 13,2010

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  • (11/16/2012 10:43:00 PM)

    You'll be given love
    You'll be taken care of
    All is full of love!
    ~*~RANDY trust in
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 13, 2010

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