Surah Ar-Rahman (The All-Merciful)
This Surah is Madani, and it has 78 verses and 3 sections
The Rahman (The All-Merciful) 
has taught the Qur'an. 
He has created man. 
He has taught him (how) to express himself. 
COMMENTARY: Surah Ar-Rahman, on the other hand, mainly describes the boons and bounties of Allah, of this world as well as of the Hereafter. Thus when a particular bounty of Allah is described, the verse "fa-bi-ayyi' ala'i Rabbikuma tukadhdhiban" (So, which of the bounties of your Lord will you deny?) is used deliberately as a refrain in order to awaken the people and urge them to give thanks to Allah for His favours.
This verse is repeated thirty-one times in the Surah. According to the rules of stylish usage, repetition of an expression serves the deliberate purpose of 'emphasis'. Especially, the repetition in these two Surahs of the Qur'an is repetition only in apparent form. In reality, the repeated sentence is each time related to a new subject, and having its own significance, cannot be taken as redundant.
~ MA'AARIFUL QUR'AAN ~
TO BE CONTINUED...
To whom can I turn for this devastating addiction,
How can I escape, what can I do, where, oh where, from it, can I run.
I know it's wrong, I try so hard, to battle the temptation,
But I keep succumbing, the evil seemingly too difficult to shun.
The regret is so overpowering, but only after the action is done,
Immediately after, the guilt weighs upon my conscience like a ton.
Stumbling around this dark tunnel in no particular direction,
Thinking that the only way out is through the rope, pills, the knife, or the gun...
*But wait, what's this I see in the distance, a glimmer of light.*
Is there really still hope for me?
Am I still in this with a fight?
Could this be the way out that I see?
A path to salvation from this dreadful plight?
There's only one way to find out if this is a reality,
Freedom from this darkness, like a starless night.
On my hands and knees, I start crawling towards the escape, unsteadily and slowly,
Closer and closer I get, sharper becomes my hearing, clearer becomes my sight.
On my feet now, running the last few steps with my last reserve of energy,
Heart pumping faster than ever, muscles cramping, chest getting tight.
I hear the birds chirping now, feel the cool air, one step away from being free.
Finally out of the miserable abyss,
Away from all that grief, distanced from all that fright.
_Never lose hope, no matter what wrong addiction it may be,
Strive for safe opportunities out of it, from the heights of a mountain, to the depths of a sea,
Take a moment, listen to your heart, hear it's desperate plea,
And with a calm, deep, breath, by running, or even just crawling, begin to flee!_