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Pan With Us Analysis



Author: poem of Robert Frost Type: poem Views: 74

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Pan came out of the woods one day,--

His skin and his hair and his eyes were gray,

The gray of the moss of walls were they,--

  And stood in the sun and looked his fill

  At wooded valley and wooded hill.



He stood in the zephyr, pipes in hand,

On a height of naked pasture land;

In all the country he did command

  He saw no smoke and he saw no roof.

  That was well! and he stamped a hoof.



His heart knew peace, for none came here

To this lean feeding save once a year

Someone to salt the half-wild steer,

  Or homespun children with clicking pails

  Who see so little they tell no tales.



He tossed his pipes, too hard to teach

A new-world song, far out of reach,

For sylvan sign that the blue jay's screech

  And the whimper of hawks beside the sun

  Were music enough for him, for one.



Times were changed from what they were:

Such pipes kept less of power to stir

The fruited bough of the juniper

  And the fragile bluets clustered there

  Than the merest aimless breath of air.



They were pipes of pagan mirth,

And the world had found new terms of worth.

He laid him down on the sun-burned earth

  And raveled a flower and looked away--

  Play? Play?--What should he play?

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