Sorry prayer

These Prayer Sorry poems are examples of Sorry poems about Prayer. These are the best examples of Sorry Prayer poems written by international poets.

Tender Persuasion by Carol Connell

His gentle tug comes when I have done wrong;  the essence of soft shadows,  which leads me to repent.    5/11/18    Submitted for The Essence of Soft Shadows Contest sponsored...Read More

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Categories: sorry, forgiveness, god, love, prayer,
Heart Breaker by Kunda Chamatete

Years and years since this lanternless heart lost flame;  The sun sits atop me, so I'm walking down this barren road,  Potholes are fresh, memories the red...Read More

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Categories: heartbreak, lost love, sorry,
Don’t Love Me Please by Sakshi Singh

Don't Love Me, Don't Love Me Please    I have aim, want to achieve   I have dreams, want come true   I wanna go high above the sky...Read More

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Categories: sorry, for him, goodbye, how
Isolation by Chris Peers

The midnight blues are back again  'I've fallen back down after causing the pain  this is the midnight blues I'm writing  just an old friend, an unwelcome plaything  this...Read More

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Categories: sorry, blue, conflict, emotions, how
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Categories: sorry, absence, abuse, addiction, adventure,
CONSOLE by SOHOM GUPTA

I know, when I see you, how terrible you feel  I know you're fatigued and cannot stand still  I know you want to tell the whole world...Read More

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Categories: sorry, depression, grave, heartbreak, heartbroken,
Helpless by Markee Rudas

Helpless    The night is dark and the world is sound,  The cold wind touches my face with a warning.  I’m all alone; I hear footsteps on the ground,  From...Read More

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Categories: sorry, abuse, conflict, death, goodbye,
I Remember When I Used to Pray by Jim Pemberton

 I Remember When I Took Time to Pray!  Our family would gather for dinner each day. Our dad would first take the time to pray!  As kids, we...Read More

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Categories: sorry, character, christian, dedication, desire,
Jesus, I Pray For My Brothers by Jim Pemberton

  Jesus, I Pray for My Brothers!  Years ago, I suggested to my brothers that we pray. They simply laughed at what I had to say!  I thought it...Read More

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Categories: sorry, brother, character, christian, dedication,
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Categories: sorry, anger, angst, best friend,
A Very Inviting Temptation by Jim Pemberton

 A Very Inviting Temptation!  I remember of a particular situation. I was offered a very "inviting" temptation.  The situation I was in... I didn't belong! And lost any sense...Read More

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Categories: sorry, anger, bible, change, character,
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Categories: sorry, christian, conflict, confusion, corruption,
Grey Bird by Brian Otoole

On that cloudy weekend in June  I hear a soft and graceful tune  from the grey bird on the tree  branch  Singing sweet lullabies felt...Read More

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Categories: sorry, age, beauty, bird, courage,
Cure Mine of The Dark by Ag Ki

You’ll write a beautiful melody, If it’s truly from the heart. So first I’ll find the remedy, To cure mine of the dark. But holy light and blind eyes, Are...Read More

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Categories: sorry, absence, betrayal, dark, depression,
America Is Being DESTROYED From Within by Jim Pemberton

   As sin and perversion often  become integrated… So many lives and families  are being “disintegrated.”  Many are being driven by sin’s temptation force… It’s no wonder much...Read More

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Categories: sorry, america, analogy, anger, angst,
The Wickedness That Abounds by Jim Pemberton

  The Wickedness That Abounds!    Throughout this world, wickedness abounds!  Just about everywhere, it can be found!    God’s word says sin leaves a very dark stain.  We have no one...Read More

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Categories: sorry, anniversary, christian, confusion, corruption,
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Categories: sorry, addiction, bible, brother, christian,
EYE Don’t See -Part 2- by JW Earnings

My eyes Refuse to see tragedy My eyes Marinate in dread…unable to embrace ecstasy   And I’m left in my solitude… My eye’s sagging…from endless mourning   And I’m close...Read More

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Categories: sorry, adventure, angst, beauty, confusion,
Humble by Reynaldo Mast

I give my word a breath of life and those who give me strife I willingly do what needs to be done and do not wish to be...Read More

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Categories: sorry, caregiving, courage, dedication, depression,
Confession Chamber by Miche Ulman

Forgive me Father for I have sinned, for being born with you to begin, its been a long time since my last confession, I don't wont your blessing, lies...Read More

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Categories: sorry, childhood, confusion, dark, devotion,

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so tomorrow i will be doing my first open mic session in the first time in many many years. not since the bar where the chest butting pool players were seemingly mocking me as i poured my heart out to a earless crowd of blank stares and yells not directed towards me in the least.  far less responsive than when i first performed for a sea of feminist lovers, friends of those who have battled domestic violence of any form, or just supporting others who struggle.

its called constipation of the mind. with the first line talking of “prune juice for the mind.”

more on that.

i’m exhausted.

today was a day full of people and talking. and now, all i want to do is be silent.

and sleep.

and dream pillow dreams

and not have to think or feel anymore than i have already

because i’m overwhelmed

and underneath it all,

i just want to sit

still and quiet

and pray.

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As the children really enjoyed the  reflective painting  prayer station we had last term, I’ve made some colouring sheets that can be do…

This experiment with skittles is colourful, easy and makes a great statement about what we are asking God to do when we pray.  In essence…

On Saturday, Powersource explored the Lord’s Prayer, looking creatively at every section.  Here’s how we broke it down and what we d…

I used this idea in an assembly yesterday, focussing on people we trust and what it means to trust God.   This would work really well if …

This is a great activity for a prayer station or group prayer time focused on praying for the Holy Spirit to come.  It would also work well…

This prayer activity is suitable for groups of children or even a whole congregation as long as you have enough bricks!  Have an adult or ch…

This Sunday our 5-11s will look at the story of how Jesus chose his disciples and will think about what it means to follow Jesus.  As part o…

I had a bit of a panic this week when I realised that I would be teaching the Beatitudes this Sunday.  How do I explain ‘humble’, …

This is a tool to help children to tell and discuss the Nativity story.  Simply use the print out to make up a cube and tell the story using…

The children love this and it makes a lot of sense to adults too! We picked up this idea from the Orison prayer spaces website.  Read thei…

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Abdulateef Al‐Mulhim, Commodore, Royal Saudi Navy (Retired)

Setting everything aside to offer prayers has been a common practice since the advent of Islam. Saudi Arabia perhaps is the only Muslim country where shops, restaurants, gas stations and many other facilities remain closed during prayer timings. It is a good practice, per se, but a question comes to my mind as to why these places take much longer to reopen even after the prayer time is over. Muslims offer their prayers five times daily and the duration of each prayer ranges from five to at the most 15 minutes. In good old days, it was easy for a person to close his shop at a short notice as shops were small and visitors were few. The idea of shopping malls was foreign to most of us. So, in the past the minute the call for prayer reverberated, it took everyone a few seconds to set everything aside to offer prayers. There were a few restaurants and other outlets and temporary closure during prayer timings was not difficult for the shopkeepers and the shoppers. However, time has changed. With the changing time, we have witnessed a growth of mega malls and huge supermarkets. Due to the sheer sizes of these entities, they find it difficult to stop all activities at once at such a short notice. As a result, in most cases the prayer breaks are extended as it is difficult to wrap up things. Unfortunately, many people take undue advantage of this rule and take much longer to report back to their positions. All praises be to Almighty Allah, this is the beauty of Islam that one can easily offer prayers anywhere and Islamic teachings are very flexible. In Islam it is legal to divide workers to pray in shifts. In other words, if the store is huge, then some of the workers can go to offer prayers, then the others can go to pray later. This is a much-needed approach during Maghreb and Isha prayers. There is a very short interval between the two prayers. As a matter of fact, a Muslim is required to perform Maghreb prayer on time and can offer the Isha prayer anytime before midnight. Apart from malls, gas stations should be allowed to remain functional during prayer breaks as well by adopting the praying-in-shifts policy. Of the five daily prayers, the time to offer Maghreb is very limited. As for the remaining four, Islam has shown flexibility in the timings to facilitate its followers. And it is possible to adopt different prayer times for big malls and supermarkets. This is not to say that these entities should not be closed during prayer timings, but in many cases the policy of praying in shifts could be adopted without completely stopping work like at gas stations, hospitals and pharmacies. Written by Abdulateef Al‐Mulhim.

Sorry! Closed for Prayer

reprinted with permission of

Arab News and Abdulateef Al‐Mulhim

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