Maybe this goose chooses to schmooze. This goose welcomes views (and is not a recluse, and does the opposite of vamoose). Morale is what Peruse: improves and boosts. Peruse has confidence, wings wavy cruise, and has no need for an excuse. And when there’s two goose: that’s deuce.
Water with rocks do their impression (of spaceships by way of reflection).
The photo of Buddha is blurry and dusty;
yet the sight of this puppy is surely a must-see.
If you were in Milpitas, and if you had thoughts, feelings, experiences, and/or ideas that you wanted to write about and share and/or if something wrong happened and you wanted others to listen to you and know about it, then the Milpitas-based group of writers the Peaceful Poets, the Milpitas Library (where the group meets, where its members were recorded for the Milpitas Poem of the Month video series, and where their works were promoted and could be found at) and the Milpitas Post (which published news about Peaceful Poets meetings and published 415 of my poems and hundreds of the rest of the group’s works before the Post‘s unfortunate changes (like downsizing/layoffs, reduced page count, its phasing out community features including poetry) in February of 2018) were there to listen to you, inspire you, and even share or publish what you wrote or what you had to say. That’s what these three did for me and for other members of the community.
As a longtime Peaceful Poets member who moved away from Milpitas (because of unaffordable housing), I’m still reminded of and grateful for the group, the library, the Post, their impact on me, and their support of my work.
After this blog post, I will be posting a poem that’s a shout-out to the Peaceful Poets, the Milpitas Library, and the Milpitas Post.
I hope to eventually post on this blog (or at my other blog http://zfthrimej.wordpress.com) more highlights/details about these collaborations and/or the results of these collaborations.