It is sadly evident that there are fewer poppy wearers to be seen with the passing of generations and younger people perhaps feel it is not relevant to them.
Wear your poppy with pride . . . for peace.
Flickr Explore 12-11-18.
Discovered on Flickr (Joseph O’Malley64 ) for this weird evil building. Original date: 2018-11-11 00:09:15
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