SB 10.51.57

ciram iha vṛjinārtas tapyamāno ’nutāpair
 avitṛṣa-ṣaḍ-amitro ’labdha-śāntiḥ kathañcit
śaraṇa-da samupetas tvat-padābjaṁ parātman
 abhayam ṛtam aśokaṁ pāhi māpannam īśa
ciram — for a long time; iha — in this world; vṛjina — by disturbances; ārtaḥ — distressed; tapyamānaḥ — tormented; anutāpaiḥ — with remorse; avitṛṣa — unsatiated; ṣaṭ — six; amitraḥ — whose enemies (the five senses and the mind); alabdha — not attaining; śāntiḥ — peace; kathañcit — by some means; śaraṇa — of shelter; da — O bestower; samupetaḥ — who have approached; tvat — Your; pada-abjam — lotus feet; para-ātman — O Supreme Soul; abhayam — fearless; ṛtam — the truth; aśokam — free from sorrow; pāhi — please protect; — me; āpannam — who am confronted with dangers; īśa — O Lord.
For so long I have been pained by troubles in this world and have been burning with lamentation. My six enemies are never satiated, and I can find no peace. Therefore, O giver of shelter, O Supreme Soul, please protect me. O Lord, in the midst of danger I have by good fortune approached Your lotus feet, which are the truth and which thus make one fearless and free of sorrow.