Here you will find the Poem Song Of The Dispossessed of poet Francis William Lauderdale Adams
'BE with us by day, by night, O lover, O friend; Hold before us thy light Unto the end! 'See, all these children of ours Starved and ill-clad. Speak to thy heart's lily-flowers, And make them glad! 'Our wives and daughters are here, Knowing wrong and shame's touch; Bid them be of good cheer Who have lovèd much. 'And we, we are robbed and oppressed, Even as thine were. Tell us of comfort and rest, Banish despair!' 'Be with us by day, by night, O lover, O friend; Hold before us thy light Unto the end!'