He had a Castle, a Plaza and even a Taj Mahal,
Huge buildings now empty on the ocean.
Selling dreams of riches,
He had apprentices.
He had his name all over the world.
Lost it all, and got it back.
Decided to bet on dreams again,
On moxie, on lies,
On hate, on difference.
He got his wish,
But he couldn’t control the game,
He no longer had house money.
Only hubris and tweets.
If only he learned to have enough.
And to know a satisfied mind.