From the womb of a nation imperfect, arose a star, Born in old Massachusetts, Susan B. Anthony afar. Born in a time where her voice was but a whisper, Against the roaring tide, she became our sister.
A tireless advocate of rights both large and small, An echo of justice, she answered its call. Through the temperance movement, she sought to convey, The power of women, to have their rightful say.
In the year of ’63, under the war-torn sky, She built the League of Loyalty, her resolve ever high. With slavery anathema and freedom her aim, Her efforts were instrumental in abolishing the same.
Through relentless commitment to the cause she held dear, She held up the torch of equality clear. With Elizabeth Cady Stanton by her side in the fray, She founded the Suffrage Association to lead the way.