The Book of Galahad
Spicer on Merlin
Backyards and barnlots
If he only could have stopped talking for a minute he could
have understood the prairies of American
Whitman, I mean, not Galahad who were both norn with the
same message in their throats
Contemplating America from Long Island Sound or the Grail
from purity is foolish, not in a bad sense, but fool-ish as if
words or poetry could save you.
The Indians who still walked around the Plains were dead and
the Grail-searchers were dead and neither of them knew it.
Innocent in the wind, the sound of a real bird's voice
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