Sparrow-swift, zephyr-breath'd, flower-fringed, cloud-clad God-ghostcome to us and let us know
that we are held by You
Michael R. Burch
Love the alliteration: the first line reminds me a bit of the great Gerard Manley Hopkins. And I like the "spirit" of your poem; the sound and suggestion suit the theme.
one trick pony
Isn't it the nature of a ghost to remain unrevealed, hence the wonder and . . . suspense?