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Sometimes he walked close to the bank of Oukranos and whistled to the sprightly and iridescent fish of that crystal stream, and at other times he paused amidst the whispering rushes and gazed at the great dark wood on the farther side, whose trees came down clear to the water’s edge. In former dreams he had seen quaint lumbering buopoths come shyly out of that wood to drink, but now he could not glimpse any.
~ H. P. Lovecraft , The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath


This subject contains information from the "Lovecraft Circle" Myth Cycles, and while guided by HPL are not based on his work alone.

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