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The Forever Legendary
Billy, The Kid
by the not so legendary
It's been said that he killed a man for every year of his life.
That would make his total about twenty one,
but nine would be a more accurate number
according to historical documentation.
Although he killed he was not what you'd call a wanton killer outlaw.
If given a choice not to kill, that would have been his choice for sure.
He killed in self defense, he killed in an act of war,
he killed in the line of duty and then he killed once more.
He killed to escape his execution.
In all honesty,
I would have killed just like he
had I been placed in the same situation.
Billy the Kid wasn't your quint essential classic killer outlaw.
A poor victim of circumstance would describe Billy the Kid's life more.
He had a reputation for helping the elderly, the poor and the young.
He was killed by the hand of a Judas who was once his friend.
He was shot in the dark without warning. He was unarmed.
An all night long candle lit vigil followed as everyone mourned.
His short and violent life had come to an end.
The entire village was heartbroken. They had all grown to love him.
He was already a legend back when the old west was untamed and wild
but legend doesn't portray the brutal harshness of the true life he had lived.
His was the tragedy of a promising young boy,
forced to become a man while still a child.
The Forever Legendary Billy the Kid.
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of Billy the Kid's entire truest to life story.
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