I am happy I asked for advice because after reading everyone's comments and thinking about them - I've arrived at this! OK - so, this is a small segment because I have just a tiny bit of that maroon batik. It sure does make that 1 maroon block pop! If I push out the Flying Geese strips and add maroon to the top and bottom and then surround the entire top with a wide matching maroon border (maybe with 4 smaller pieced blocks for corner squares)... I think I've solved all my worries about this top!
By keeping maroon as a wide outer border, it should all blend nicely and it won't seem so obvious that I am trying to add length to a square top! I get the extra length by the skinny top and bottom maroon border and the top and bottom geese. I get to use my Flying Geese which are all made. And, now I don't think they look sooooo big (keep in mind that there will be a 6" wide maroon border all around them too) now that they will be off-set by the maroon.
Perfect. I just need to buy maroon fabric. Other than that, this entire quilt was from the stash! Thanks for taking the time to add your thoughts to my question!!! I just had a feeling that the geese were too big, but I really wanted to use them (since they were made). Sometimes it is easier to see your own project through someone else's eyes!