Friday, December 3, 2010
The Glory of the Holy Grail
It is quite wondrous that the story of Grail is told with such accuracy and commitment. My sacrifices aside, the Grail is victory not only for me, but for all of Arthur's court. The savageries suffered by King Arthur's knight were all for good reason, the Grail is paramount to all other quests. The noble knights of the Court, especially Sir Percival, quested tirelessly to achieve the Grail, of course only I was able to do so and in that accomplishment my end, but nevertheless it was all worth it to acheive what was most important in this world. More over my exploits have been documented and I am no friend of aimless boasting and pride is a sin, but it is true that I am the great knight that Arthur claimed me to be. I'm more than a man who quests for the Grail, I am a man who valiantly defeats his adversaries in a most glorious fashion and has womanly attention lavished upon me endlessly. I turn them away as I am bound for much greater things, but I still enjoy the lavishing that the fair and radiant maidens give me. I am much relieved that after such a long time, I have gained my just reverence for my actions.