Your forge appears to be hitting the limit of travel on the right hand side on your first pass. So, your GF is trying to cut in places it cannot reach. After that happens, the forge will be even more confused about where it is ( it thinks that vertical section was done as a curve) and your next pass will be shifted to the left (which is what I believe we are seeing). Your first image threw me off as it was rotated 90 degrees.
This should be solvable by power cycling your GF machine (turn it off, sing your favorite pop song (I suggest “hooked on a feeling”, the Hasslehof version) , then turn it back on) . This should lead to a new calibration cycle which should reset the location of the print head (and a tendency to sing ooga-shack-a, ogga, ogga) . If that does not solve it, then there is something funky with the limit switch involved in calibration and/or the calibration process on your machine. In that case GF customer service needs to give you a hand.