Some interesting concepts within this poem. I love poetry that makes a reader think and also leaves the words open to a variety of interpretations.
From experience I have found that not many people who write are egotistical. I don't think that I have an ego. I believe that those, including me, that wish to improve and develop into good writers/authors/poets are our own worst critics.
When I look at those who might come into the category that you infer with the words:
'Of those who do not take the time
To reflect, then think, then create a rhyme'.
It may not be that they are lazy or talentless it could simply be that they are so busy doing good things instead of just sitting at a computer and writing about thoughts etc. Not that I am knocking sitting at the computer writing, I do a lot of that myself. However, it is possible to do both actions such as writing poetry and/or prose to highlight subjects that give people food for thought and it is also possible to put those thoughts to good use within communities at meetings or through the media etc.
I do also believe that although many do not give time and thought to issues that concern others, some have different skills and gifts that are not writing related. Thankfully it takes all sorts to make this world go round.
In your first stanza it would be a good idea to keep to the same pattern of rhyming as the following verses. I believe that it would add strength to the whole. This is just my views.
Best wishes, It is great to read a new, to me, poeet's work.