Du’a of a Sinner
Ya Rabb, I’ve been here before,
With my hands and knees on the floor;
Once again, I’m knocking at Your Door.
Please, Ya Rabb, my plea, do not ignore.
I sit here, before you,
With a bag full of worries.
My pockets are filled with my sins,
I have nowhere to hide them anymore.
I stretch out my hands to carry my guilt,
But my hands are getting sore.
And I sometimes forget what it is that I am fighting for.
You know all of my stories,
You know how they end.
But I am here before you again, Rabbi,
Pleading to You, that this time,
Your Divine Guidance to me You will send.
I am a sinner
And the line between wrong and right is getting thinner
The noor of my faith is getting dimmer.
Oh, my Lord, save me,
Have Mercy on Your sinner.
Guide me, Rabbi,
Do not let me wander any further.