This poem was still confusing for me, perhaps because i never quite understood Eliot's other poem 'the Wasteland.' It's easier to read though, because the language and the format of the words were not as jumpy and nonsensical as 'The Wasteland.' It seems as if the narrator in this poem is thinking about his life, and of someone who seems greater than him - a woman - who he wants but is hopeless for. It also seems that he's praying to God for help, so that he can perhaps overcome his fear, and unworthiness, but fears that he will never be heard. This poem is much less 'out of this world' as other poems I've read. I'm sorry if I totally missed the real point of this poem! !