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What Does the Poppy Represent?

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The poppy represents sleep, peace, and death. In Frank Baum's classic novel The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and her friends go through a poppy field and are overcome by sleep. The red poppy, or Flanders poppy, has become the symbol of remembrance for soldiers who died during wartime.
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