I was seriously wondering if it's a problem to use the antecedent, which is "Mr Spooner", after the possessive pronoun "his". Also, I am wondering if we can use "his" without ever using an antecedent.
His blue eyes starred at the sky
Under the bridge to nowhere
His garment was gray as the sky
Below his house in the desert
Mr Spooner, he was called
His profession, unknown
Mr Spooner crossed the street with a wooden cane
With his old dog Pavlov
I am not sure if there's an historical antecedent for this, or not using an antecedent at all. I don't remember having seen something like this in a famous poem. Anyway, I don't want to be the first person to break a "grammar" rule that no one ever breaks.