This time I tried to come up with something for every letter in the alphabet. I got close. This poem has 22 lines. The only letters I didn’t get were b, f, x, and z. I need a real, old-fashioned physical paper dictionary and/or thesaurus. I might have done a little better then. I tried to cover both sides of this god, both the grim side and the “happier” side shown in the Mysteries. The number of words per lines varies in this one, although I stuck with a minimum of three, sometimes it seemed more wanted to come out. The hardest part was surely the last line, which I worked and reworked over and over until I felt like I got it as close to right as I could.
ancestral ancient ally
creating consolation [and] comfort
dragon [of] dreadful decay
entropy’s eternal emperor
grim ghostly god
hazardous haunted hall
independent irritable immortal
joyous journey [to] justice
khthonic king kidnapping kore
lonely lord [of the] lost
monarch [of] mining metals mysteries
notorious nighttime nuptials, not
only offering order, [but also]
postmortem pursuit [of] peace.
quietly questing [for a] queen,
ravishing romantic rebellion
she’s [a] savior soothing shades.
terrifying transformational threshold
unyielding underworld uncle
virgin’s valiant victory [into]
wise watcher [of] witches, who
yearly yields [her] youth [to] you.