Is how they treat their wealth,
Instead of a comfort against hunger,
They devour to poor health,
Instead of keeping dry under a roof,
Sufficient for the task,
Gargantuan homes beyond any need,
Cast shadows o'er those who daren't e'en ask,
They drive past rusted heaps stopped by police,
For crimes of poverty,
When a slice of their cash would give them life,
Free from all injury,
Ain't that the goal?
A chance for everyone?
All luxury does is keep us apart,
And encourage unfair distribution.