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date: 25 August 2016

poppies. 

Source:
A Dictionary of English Folklore
Author(s):

Jacqueline Simpson,

Steve Roud

Besides symbolizing sleep and unconsciousness, poppies were also associated with death, and already at the time of Waterloo it was ...

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