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Re: Fall PDN catalogue

> "Lord of the sultry, red parterres
> And orchards sunned by hell's unsetting flame!
> Amid thy garden blooms the Tree which bears
> Unnumbered heads of demons for its fruit;
> And, like a slithering serpeat, runs the root
> That is called Baaras;
> And there the forky, pale mandragoras,
> Self-torn from out the soil, go to and fro,
> Calling upon thy name:
> Till man new-damned will deem that devils pass,
> Crying in wrathful frenzy and strange woe."

I found the complete text of the story for the Garden of Adompha online,
but only in Google's cache:


For anyone who wants to read it...  Kind of dark and creepy.  If you like
HP Lovecraft, go for it.  If you've never heard of cthulhu you'll probably
want to skip it...


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