from The White Ship - H.P. Lovecraft
And when I looked upon the terraces I saw that what he said was true, for among the sight before me were many things I had once seen through the mists beyond the horizon and in the foggy depths of ocean. There too were forms and fantasies more splendid than any I had ever known; the visions of young poets who died in want before the world could learn what they had seen and dreamed. But we did not set foot upon the sloping meadows of Zar...
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