From Regret to Delight – A Mathematical Series Poem

The lesson and challenge over at dVerse Poets Pub Form for All today is to write a poem based on a mathematical series. I chose the counting series 1 to 5 and then in reverse for mys second stanza. I might come back later and write another based on another of the mathematical series Tony mentioned in his post.

From Regret to Delight

avoided by
letting go pride
humbly loving and forgiving
making memories peaceful and sweet

Trusting God’s compassion and grace
humbly healing all hurts
revealing great truth
enveloped in

About Linda Kruschke

I am a Jesus Freak, and I don't care who knows it. I am a wife, mother, sister, aunt, daughter, and friend. My blood family is only part of the larger family of Christ that I belong to. I love to write, especially about my dear Savior.
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16 Responses to From Regret to Delight – A Mathematical Series Poem

  1. hypercryptical says:

    Anna :o]


  2. Debbie says:

    Your poem encourages me to turn to Him and live without regrets! Thank you and God bless you!


  3. hisfirefly says:

    yes. yes and amen! truth well spoken


  4. Wonderful poem, woven with faith.


  5. Very nice done here. Love what your did with that transformation,


  6. shanyns says:

    Wonderful! Just wonderful Great reverse and nice use of the form.


  7. Laurie Kolp says:

    Yes, trusting God… very important.


  8. Mary says:

    I love the progression from Regret to Delight. That’s what happens with faith. Nice.


  9. Marya says:

    Deep truths here, both mathematically and linguistically. Nice!


  10. Not only does it read beautifully but looks beautiful too.


  11. claudia says:

    letting go pride is so tough at times..but has such healing power once we manage…


  12. brian miller says:

    letting go the pride, giving grace and peace…that is def what it is all about….


  13. aprille says:

    Hiya, I like the way you managed to have the lines stand on their own two feet [so to speak ]
    That is not easy to do.


  14. howanxious says:

    lovely transformation from regret to delight.


  15. Tony Maude says:

    Pride is so hard to let go of, though, which is why some of us live with our regrets for so long. NIcely written, Linda


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