The Legend of Godith and the Creation of the Universe is not told but only hinted to before page 413 of Fire Star, in the chapter titled "Asleep in the Folly, 2 a.m." The story is not told from the point of view of any character, but is the dream of Arthur.
Arthur's Dream Edit
All things were visible then.
There was no future. There was no past. There was only the now.
And the auma was the now.
And time began.
Into the holes came a new energy, darkness.
Thus it explored the nature of Geometry, finding stability in aspect and symmetry and ratio and mass.
And in time, the auma gained in mass and, gathering itself, assumed a figure.
And the figure it assumed was a perfect winged creature.
And the creature was a dragon.
And her name was Godith.
So she desired to replicate herself, to reclaim the space she alone had created.
She turned inward, then, to the fire within, and in one immeasurable instant of time, she opened her mouth and spoke the first word: Hrrr.
And the word flew out to every corner of the universe.
And this is how the world began.