Carl Jung Concept

I just composed a Synchronicity poem that relates a coincidence of events that seems to be meaningful using eight three-line stanzas in a syllable pattern of 8/8/2.  This poetry is not supposed to rhyme and it is written in the first person with a twist. That twist is revealed within the last two stanzas.  Carl Jung said, “Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see.”  I hope that everyone enjoys my poem.

God please grant me some more viewers
Readers that click on the like button
I wait

I can change my writing approach
With your help I will make things better
Or not

Hoping to make the world better
A place that we can all enjoy

Accepting new challenges now
Building a pathway to freedom

Absorbing the bad with the good
As it is, as it should become


Trusting that things will be alright
Always forward, never look back

If I don’t get more new readers
I only have myself  to blame
The end

Written for Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie Saturday Mix – Lucky Dip Synchronicity poem hosted by Sarah (aka weejars) for April 20, 2019.

12 thoughts on “Carl Jung Concept

    1. I guess it is much easier for readers to read a short poem than to read a long post, but I do not look at myself as a poet, although it can be fun to write certain poems. I talk about getting more viewers, but I am not concerned with that, as mostly I write for my own enjoyment.

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      1. You may not consider yourself a poet but what you write is good. As far as getting more likes is concerned, it is best not to bother, I have come to realise. Most of us write because we enjoy the process. If it gets viewership, that’s really good but the joy of writing is not dependent on number of likes. At least, that is what I believe.

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