This is from a recently published book of poems by Scott Cairns. Cairns is a poet and writing teacher at the University of Missouri. For your enjoyment and perhaps your prayer.
O God Belovéd if obliquely so,
dimly apprehended in the midst
of this, the fraught obscuring fog
of my insufficiently capacious ken,
Ostensible Lover of our kind—while
that I might glimpse once more
Your shadow in the land, avail
for me, a second time, the sense
of dire Presence in the pulsing
hollow near the heart.
Once more, O Lord, from Your Enormity incline
your Face to shine upon Your servant, shy
of immolation, if You will. ~ from Idiot Psalms, New Poems by Scott Cairns