The Wild Colonial Boy
By kylo2002, Updated
The poem/song speaks of a boy who was the apple of his parents' eyes. He is his father's only hope and his mother's pride and joy. When he become sixteen years he leaves his father's home to go live outside of civilization as an outlaw who steals money from the rich to help the poor and was then regarded as a bandit. In 1961 he began his wicked career and robbed a judge by the name of MacEvoy. He stole the judge's goal without any conflict for no man dare go against the Wild Colonial Boy. One day as he was riding the mountain side he was ambushed by three troopers. They were confident that they could beat him for it was 3-1 and Jack said although out gunned "I'll fight, but not surrender." He shot one of the troopers and he fell to the ground and with that another trooper took the opportunity to shoot the Wild Colonial Boy and that is the tale of how they captured him.
-The Wild Colonial Boy-
"Be careful MacEvoy, hand over you're gold and you'll live."
"Take what you want, just take it and leave!"
"Give up now Jack!"
The Wild Colonial Boy continues his dearing and mischievous career in crime and robbery as he steals the judge's gold.
The Wild Colonial Boy being ambushed by police in the mountainside.
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