Dividing Words - Poem by Bill Grace
Bob Kimball's gift came as no small piece of education
When he spoke of 'the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, '
I would have thought him mad if not a Harvard man
And Paull Tillich's literary executor to boot.
He was far too good to me in many ways to ever easily dismiss.
The very same experience through Maslow's insight
I knew as 'peak experience.'
Great was the shock to learn
How much is the power
Of vocabulary to divide.
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