[Editor: This poem by William Blocksidge (also known as William Baylebridge) was published in Songs o’ the South (1908).]
Too often do we lightly judge
Not knowing what the circumstance;
And what we well might give we grudge,
Thus starving souls — to death, perchance.
William Blocksidge, Songs o’ the South, London: Watts, 1908, p. 80
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