In Flanders Field— by Adele Simmons

November 8, 2013 at 7:12 pm Leave a comment

With Remembrance Day coming so soon and cadets and veterans selling poppies, it’s the perfect time to listen to Adele Simmons’ beautiful tribute. She’s humble and would want the focus on the reason for our remembrance.

To those who fought and those who died, ungloriously, to preserve our freedom that we often take for granted, a beautiful adaptation of the poem, In Flander’s Fields, by Colonel John McCrae set to music.


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