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Posted at 9th Nov 2008 - 04:40PM   Posted by Faith   In Grateful Remembrance Comments: 11

Elizabethd's Avatar Thank you Faith.
We wondered 50 years time, will there still be remembrance?

Posted by: Elizabethd on 9th Nov 2008 at 06:34PM

Withy Brook's Avatar A beautiful poppy, Faith. Is it/was it in your garden?

Posted by: Withy Brook on 9th Nov 2008 at 06:34PM

Pondside's Avatar I hope that people will still remember in 50 years!
Has anyone seen anything about this memorial, or heard about it?

Posted by: Pondside on 9th Nov 2008 at 06:52PM

Faith's Avatar The poppy was in my garden in August. I hope people will remember in 50 years.......Crying or Very sad

Posted by: Faith on 9th Nov 2008 at 07:42PM

Bradan's Avatar The poppy is beautiful, Faith. I hope people will remember in 50 years too.

Posted by: Bradan on 9th Nov 2008 at 08:29PM

Withy Brook's Avatar 90 years on this year - 50 years on? I think so because sadly, war will still be with them and young people dying. Crying or Very sad

Posted by: Withy Brook on 9th Nov 2008 at 09:06PM

Thank you for the lovely poppy picture. I was asked today (in a French restaurant ), why we were wearing poppies. Hub and I were taking a good friend, a veteran of World War 2, out for lunch after the Anglican church service. I felt a sense of pride in my poppy and what it represents.

Posted by: Pili Pala on 9th Nov 2008 at 10:15PM

Westerwitch's Avatar Lovely Faith . . . in thought and in picture.

Posted by: Westerwitch on 9th Nov 2008 at 10:39PM

Camilla's Avatar That picture of Poppy is so beautiful Faith.

I did go to church and prayed for Peace and prayed too for all the men and women who lost their lives in the Wars.

I too took along a veteran of WW2 who stood up and gave a speech, he is 90 years of age and has many times chatted to me about the sad times of those soldiers fighting in times of War.


Posted by: Camilla on 10th Nov 2008 at 01:58AM

Jayem's Avatar I too have been asked why we wear poppies, and yet even in Hong Kong we have the Remembrance Day service and lay wreaths at the Cenotaph. There were many, many Asian soldiers killed too, but WW2 is not seen as 'our' affair, somehow. Strange to have that other perspective spelled out to us.

Posted by: Jayem on 10th Nov 2008 at 11:52AM

I was at a Rememberance Day service yesterday and will be writing a post about it today or tomorrow. Always moves me. We should never forget, but as the centuries roll it will diminish, as has the impact of earlier wars.

Posted by: Her On The Hill on 10th Nov 2008 at 12:30PM

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