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Jo Buckshot Bryant

Joanne “Buckshot” Bryant was a notorious bank and train robber and is possibly best-remembered as the Queen of the Rustlers in the American West of the 1800′s. It could truly be said that this queen came from a family of outlaw aristocracy. Her parents ran the infamous Bryant Gang in Australia and may have even known the outback bandit…

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Added by Jo Bryant on June 28, 2011 at 5:43pm — No Comments

Color Of Broken Eyes

Color Of Broken Eyes

© Angeliad of Surazeus

2011 06 07



Ice glitters in a glass of water forlorn

if silver were true color of broken eyes

or nothing swallows hot milk of death

so she chokes and gasps for breath.



Bow rips across her violin heart soft

as feathers plucked from crippled swan

whose last song is smothered by hand

of iron doctor twisting wires ripped sharp.



Eighty-six girls in torn white gowns

stand staring at you… Continue

Added by Surazeus on June 12, 2011 at 1:45pm — No Comments

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