Au champ d'honneur : poème, guerre et coquelicot
Did you know that he was an Ontarian who wrote the famous In Flanders Fields poem, which later inspired the use of the poppy as a symbol of Remembrance Day? John McCrae wrote this piece during the First World War, then a surgeon in Canadian artillery. One hundred years later, his poem still resonates between the walls of his family home in Guelph, now transformed into a museum. Emma Lunau Smith, a Grade 8 student at John McCrae Immersion School, offers her interpretation of the poem Au champ d’honneur.
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