This chapter uses poetic forms of analysis in the study of women's faith lives and develops new forms of poetic analysis as an interpretative lens to re-read the original data. It focuses around a pilot study of one specific case, that of Meg, a participant in this study. The chapter reports on the development of a series of poetic analyses of material from one interview transcript in an endeavour to demonstrate the potential of poetic analysis in researching female faith. It demonstrates how poetic analysis allows a dynamic and deepening conversational engagement with the lived experience of the other, offering the potential for genuinely collaborative and participative research encounters. Poetic analysis offers both a frame and a lens on experience that is focused yet capable of multiple refraction, enabling the many-layered texture of the conversations engaged between research participants to be both held and analysed.