Thu 1 Nov 2012
The White poppy is worn by those who want to remember all of those who died in the First and Second world wars and indeed all of those who have died in any war. And not just British people.
The white poppy is worn to remember all of those whose lives have been lost and destroyed by war. No matter who you are or where you happened to be born. The white poppy represents a challenge to the continuing drive to war and aims to promote a culture of peace in the place of a military culture that glorifies it. The white poppy represents peace. In remembering all the horrors of war this world has been a part of, the white poppy concludes: "No more war".
This reminds me: I need to buy a red poppy.Timothy Penny - Sat 3 Nov 2012 22:54
Where can we buy the white poppies from?Divye Walwani - Sat 3 Nov 2012 19:22