Vee Bdosa (Pronounced "Buh-Dosa" has been part of the US Military world for over half a century. During those years, he has travelled, or been transferred between such places as Poitiers, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Greece and most of her neighboring Islands, through the Suez Canal twice, played softball in Eritrea and Aden, BCC (now called something else," all over the Caribean Islands, and even a few select United States cities.
It is from these adventures, that his poetry comes from, and specifically from a beautiful little town called Doylestown, Pennsylvania. It would be impossible for Vee Bdosa to even recall all of the thousands and thousands of people he has interacted with, and each one of them is special. Each place is special, and each adventure, though seemingly unbelievable at times, was also special and unforgettable.
The most special event in the life of Vee Bdosa is being a citizen of the United States of America, although much of his poetry is about Paris, France, where he became the poet, Vee Bdosa.