|As you have reviewed a number of mine, it is only right that I reciprocate.
Comparing mathematics to the divine, or, using mathematics to describe the divine is not a new idea. However, in a time when there is a resurgence of questioning if science supports or conflicts with spirituality, it is timely to say it again.
Personally, I like when people think as this poem speaks. I find such people interesting and entertaining, and very safe to be around. This, in my mind, is all excellent.
As for the writing, it is, in general excellent. I would change nothing until the last two lines. (Ending is so often difficult!)
"Geometry is sacred. It's something we should see clear.
Without its universal laws, we wouldn't even be here."
The problem lies in the last part of each sentence. The rhythm breaks, and quality seems reduced. I would suggest something like:
Geometry is sacred as it easily describes
the essence of reality in which we all abide.
Well, that's not so great, is it? The problem is the wording seems not to match the rest of the poem, like your creative juices were running dry by the last two lines, as if they are forced. They just don't live up to the rest of the poem. They aren't terrible, and will do, until you find something better.
I see you have a fan who loves it just as it is. I approach the task of review as an opportunity to fine tune and take something very good to the level of excellent. After you have been so positive about my writing, I feel just the tiniest pang of guilt for seeing something to improve in a very fine poem. I hope the critique is helpful, nevertheless.