cause what chance our incidents our calls that since almost are rants 
yet within nexts while writing texts some fear some gusts at most some loss 
yet just within some surface skin lies something tough we mind our self 
our ancient self once said then twice fore endless more some gas some ice 
how you too know nine nights n 'lo yes Jude it's Us who hey let's show
heavenly mo' stitched long ago  to who needs hear our lasting glow
reducing 6  5, 4, 3, 2 our space in time 
all is in all to be of wonder living rhyme 
all things in all albeit now  within our prime
yet all we'll think in how we sync &
scribe some chance in sands of time sands of time
influenced by such lovely excerpts from Synchronicity - An Acausal Connecting Principle byCarl G. Jung, translated by R.F.C. Hull, Princeton University Press (1973).
 p.7 "Chance, we say, must obviously be susceptible of some causal explanation and is only called "chance" or "coincidence" because it's causality has not yet been discovered."  p.14 "Thus [astronomer Camille Flammarion] relates that, while writing his book on the atmosphere, he was just at the chapter on wind-force when a sudden gust of wind swept all his papers off the table and blew them out the window."  p.25 "Primitive superstition lies just below the surface of even the most toughminded individuals."  p.77 "The ancients has said: 'All things are full of gods.'"  p.29 "Philo Judaeus said long ago that 'the extension of heavenly motion is time.'"  p.40 "There is something peculiar, one might even say mysterious, about numbers"  p.65 "knowledge finds itself in a space-time continuum in which space is no longer space, nor time time."  p.83 "Souls in general," says [G.W.] Leibniz, "are the living mirrors or images of the universe of created things."  p.76 "It is the unanimous consent of all Platonists, that as in the archetypal World, all things are in all; so also in this corporeal world, all things are in all, albeit in different ways, according to the receptive nature of each."