Edward Harrington

Shepparton / Central Victoria / Australia
Edward Harrington
Shepparton / Central Victoria / Australia
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The Bush Rangers

Rating: 3.2
Four horseman rode out from the heart of the range,
Four horseman with aspects forbidding and strange.
They were booted and spurred, they were armed to the teeth,
And they frowned as they looked at the valley beneath,
As forward they rode through the rocks and the fern -
Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart and Joe Byrne.

Ned Kelly drew rein and he shaded his eyes -
'The town's at our mercy! See yonder it lies!
To hell with the troopers!' - he shook his clenched fist -
'We will shoot them like dogs if they dare to resist!'
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COMMENTS
Poet master 27 October 2019
This poem is trash and I stupid
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Ingio 27 October 2019
That is true
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H.G.D 01 August 2018
This is a very well written poem by Edward Harrington!
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Kenneth Ncube 30 May 2014
Well done edd this is good poetry
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