SB 10.38.5

maivaṁ mamādhamasyāpi
 syād evācyuta-darśanam
hriyamāṇaḥ kala-nadyā
 kvacit tarati kaścana
evam — I should not think like this; mama — for me; adhamasya — who am most fallen; api — even; syāt — it may come about; eva — certainly; acyuta — of the infallible Lord; darśanam — the sight; hriyamāṇaḥ — being pulled along; kāla — of time; nadyā — by the river; kvacit — sometimes; tarati — crosses to the shore; kaścana — someone.
But enough of such thoughts! After all, even a fallen soul like me can have the chance to behold the infallible Supreme Lord, for one of the conditioned souls being swept along in the river of time may sometimes reach the shore.