"Let your prayer arise in each moment.
What is the need to carry the past?
Can't you talk to your God directly? What is the point of repeating the same thing again?"
Today is different from yesterday — the prayer has to be new, as new as the morning sun or the morning dewdrop.
Say something that arises in your heart.
If nothing arises, bow down in deep silence, because He knows.
He will understand your silence. Some day you feel like dancing — dance. Now that is the prayer for that moment.
Some day you want to sing — but don't repeat anybody else's song, because that is not your heart, and that is not the way you can pour your heart into the divine feet.
Let your own song arise.
Forget about metre and grammar.
God is not too much of a grammarian, and He is not worried about what words you use.
He is more concerned about your heart; He is more concerned about your intention. He will understand.