"Who is deluded!" would say the man
who cannot see, but those who can
see simply that the man is blind
and to him are naught but kind.
Then cursed the most are those who see
But take sight as opportunity
To rob and wrong the crippled child
The wrath of justice, greatly riled.
But these indeed are blind as well
But it's a strange and sordid hell
When sight itself has come to be
The means by which we cannot see.