In Heidegger’s thought God is appeared in three main forms: existence, sacred idea, and the final God. The existence, is apprehended with an internal experience; and the sacred will discovered by confronting with an art work which is exhaustive; but the final God, needs to eager expectancy, The God whose absence is expressed in the verses of poets. So the existence, art works and God's absence are all “possessing phenomena”, a phenomenon which cause unification between subject and nature.
Accordingly, perception of God indeed depends on resilience from ordinary logical thought and entrance into spiritual thought. According to Heidegger, poetry is manifestation and guidance of such a perception.