Epigraph: ‘…the best way to [procure a run] is to go outside and take up a new run, provided the conscience of the party is sufficiently seared to enable him without remorse to slaughter natives…’ Neil Black, squatter, 9 Dec, 1839.
Also included in this poem are quotes from:
GA Robinson (q.v.), Chief Protector of Aborigines, 7 June, 1841
Author's note: In response to the institutionally supported massacres of Indigenous Australian at the hands of white settlers as documented at the Bunkilika Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne, and further inspired by Arthur Boyd’s Bride Series and Bundanon Paintings.
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