The Book of Galahad Overview
Malory
Spicer on Merlin

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The Grail is as common as rats or seaweed
Not lost but misplaced.
Someone searching for a letter that he knows is around the house
And finding it , no better for the letter.
The grail-country damp now from a heavy rain
And growing pumpkins or artichokes or cabbage or whatever they
      used to grow before they started worrying about the weather.
      Man
Has finally no place to go but upward: Galahad's
Testament.

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