Sometimes I Wonder

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Angela Hallstrom is an author, editor, and creative writing instructor at Brigham Young University’s Salt Lake Center. A witch in my heart: short stories and poems. Wrote Leaves of Grass, a ground breaking new style of poetry. She enjoyed being a participant, even after her retirement, in the �Beer and Skits� political satire productions at the Winnipeg Press Club. King Mihai I, the last head of state still alive who participated in the Second World War, the statesman who negotiated on equal grounds with Mussolini, Hitler, Churchill, Truman, Stalin, Vasinki and many more, who witnessed the Iron Curtain falling over his own people and crushing the hopes of his nation, is the man who is now militating in favor of NATO and the European Union, and hence sees the same curtain rise or melt away.

Pages: 38

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 10, 2015)

ISBN: 1517062616

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