Pantheon

Pan

follows you to a wet wall

to pebble dash your hopes

that you’d at least seen some

green in the fair silos. Shivered

when you felt intentions

were not good, arched

to let him pass by quietly.

By the sand heap, bloodshot.

And you, going lightly into night,

unbold, near-visible in the concrete

cupula. He harps his rural

dis-idyl, the id’s own claw-hand.

 

Pan

This one was spotted in the black plots,

a living thing on goose down,

fingers in beard. This one was

surely what crinkles in the fist,

was surely the finer thing on from pastoral,

was pictured with a royal

on a ferry for the hook of Holland.

 

Pan 

Sleet, you gospel of a witch,

by the elm, the arch, the us.

His bread became the sea.

The sea was a lake we stored fish in.

Under the sun, we undered the sun,

we shouldered the sun and became un,

the us in football chants,

the us in all muscular forays,

the rock bottom. Still chiming,

still the chiming.