Observing Remembrance Day November 11th

”The poppy is a delicate and graceful flower whose seeds will germinate in the harshest of climates, from the top of the high mountains to the bottom of parched valleys. Their whisper thin petals are so easily bruised. Atop impossibly thin stems, they open in a radiant burst of life, turn their brilliant faces to the sun for a few short days, and then are scattered away with the wind.”

 

 

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