A Silver Ring Crafted In World War II

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A ring can be made from a coin by tapping with a spoon. That's what my father witnessed while guarding German POWs during World War II. He told me a story about that and I'm sharing it here. When my father died I was struck by the thought that when a man dies his stories die with him unless someone writes them down.
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About John Kulm

I've been called an outsider artist, a Jungian and a pseudo-Jungian. I like all those labels even if it's just persona. As an intuitive introvert, I'm reclusive and happiest alone working on creative projects.

I come out of my shell occasionally to do public readings. Some venues where I've read include these:
- The People's Poetry Gathering, Lower Manhattan
- The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, Elko, NV
- Lollapalooza
- The Adelaide Fringe Festival, Australia
- The international Finn Fest
- The Impala, Los Angeles

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Review by: Karen Beers on Jan. 12, 2013 :
I like history, especially personal history, and this was a cute little story. Keepsakes have become a lost art...it seems family treasures end up in pawn shops more these days than in a lock box.
(review of free book)
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