"I hide in the fuzz on a butterfly wing. I ride the on waves of electron rings. I hear the songs that a ladybug sings. I can be small, like the tiniest things. I like to play leapfrog over the sun, Run around Venus and Mars just for fun. Jogging to Pluto is just a short run. Heavenly hopscotch is easily done. By changing my viewpoint I'm smaller than small I fly with my thoughts! I'll never fall! I decide to be none! I decide to be all! I am immortal -- immeasurably tall. You're just a man! You're weak and small! I dare you to find me! I dare each and all! You'll never see me. You'll never get near. I am a god! I don't have your fears! I'm here, then I'm there. I'm free to be free. I don't need to eat or breathe or pee! I am who I am. It's fun being me! The same Pan I've been, and always will be!"
-- from the book PAN - GOD OF THE WOODS by Lawrence R. Spencer