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1  It is empty save for trees and weeds.
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2  The trees parted before us, calling us forward.
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3  And we came to a stream which lay as a streak of glass among the trees.
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4  We looked too long at the stars at night, and at the trees and the earth.
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5  We brought water from the stream which runs among the trees under our windows.
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6  And then we saw the fold of a white tunic among the trees, and a gleam of gold.
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7  We are walking to the fangs awaiting us somewhere among the great, silent trees.
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8  Then today, at sunrise, we saw a white flame among the trees, high on a sheer peak before us.
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9  The trees have swallowed the ruins, and the bones under the ruins, and all the things which perished.
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10  The trees had protected it from time and weather, and from men who have less pity than time and weather.
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11  When the shadows gathered among the trees, we stopped in a hollow between the roots, where we shall sleep tonight.
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12  It lay so still that we saw no water but only a cut in the earth, in which the trees grew down, upturned, and the sky lay at the bottom.
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13  Men never enter the Uncharted Forest, for there is no power to explore it and no path to lead among its ancient trees which stand as guards of fearful secrets.
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