Mr. Kaiser's Greatness - Poem by Bill Grace
When Henry Kaiser had a son he named him Edgar
It is hard to be the son of a great name
From young Kaiser lessons are learned
The world does not easily understand.
I had to decline his invitation to bridge
But kept his chapbbook gift 'thank you' letter.
'Passage' was inspired by the power of his jet.
Most I love him for the story I heard
Of his care for a toilet beneath the dignity of his accountant.
It is not only a woman who can stoop to conquer.
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