In the equation of my life’s span I have calculated

and subtracted many problems searching for the

ultimate solution that will equal out of my past

an asymmetrical picture that will group with the pieces

of now to equal a forth coming event in my life yet

seen or lived.

Yet searching all the mathematical clues, systematically

inclined to miss add or subtract an important event or

space I must follow. If A equals B, then C has a purpose

but if I arrive at B what is it to say that I can’t return

to A, did I alter the course by going backwards did I detain

some charted event now held in limbo because I failed at

the obvious equation to move forth.

I’ve come to the conclusion that this mathematical path

was charted long before my physical existence and that if

I move in an abstract course through life I still will attain my

appointed place and time. Because the equation was solved

long ago and my course will be undoubtedly guided by an

supernatural force and loving hands of my heavenly father,

who has predestined this path especially for me so I can now

throw away my pencil and paper; I need not try to figure

the equation for my life it is written that A and B does

in fact, equal C. Problem solved…

Poetry

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All of the math references were spot on. You kept it consistent throughout the piece and it was also light and reflexive, which is really refreshing to read. Great work!

The transition from the first chunk of text to the next sounded repetitive with ‘yet’ used twice in a row:

of now to equal a forth coming event in my life yet

seen or lived.

Yet searching all the mathematical clues, systematically

You could use ‘thus’ or ‘alas’ for theatrical appeal.