A blind man's greed is nothing we need,
yet it's ever so frequent, more so than a weed.
Greed takes from the poor and takes evermore
until the needy ask, then it shuts its doors.
Once greed is gone, a new day will dawn
and no other person shall serve as a pawn
in the game that we play day after day
called "all for one and none for all," but for now, we play.