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Poppies are a symbol of respect and remembrance of those who died in World War I. This poppy flower meaning came about because the field poppy, hardy yet delicate, was a common part of the landscape on the Western Front during the Great War.

After being heavily bombed and scarred, the land did not lend itself to growing much. In his famous poem, “In Flanders Fields,” Canadian-born John McCrae wrote about this pretty red flower that grew over the graves of those who had given the ultimate sacrifice and that beautified the devastated countryside.

If you are searching for something to remember a loved one who gave their lives in conflicts around the world then take a look through this collection of works by several artists who have created their own remembrance poppy in their own unique way…

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