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Winter (poem) The poem was performed by Mohammad Reza Shajarian in a concert in California in 2000. The music of the song was composed by Hossein Alizadeh. The recorded concert was published as an album the following year in Iran. The album was titled "It's Winter" echoing the last line of the poem.
Judith (poem) What is certain about the origin of the poem is that it stems from the Book of Judith. After the Reformation, the Book of Judith was removed from the Protestant Bible. However, it is still present in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Bibles. Many discrepancies exist between the poem and Book, most notably in regards to the portrayal of Holofernes and the exaggeration of Judith’s righteousness in the poem (Marsden, pg. 147).
Judith (poem) The only existing copy of the poem is in the Beowulf manuscript, immediately following "Beowulf". Damage to the manuscript was caused by the Cotton fire of 1731 and readings have been lost. In order to account for these lost words, modern editions of the poem are supplemented by references to Edward Thwaites' 1698 edition.
Judith (poem) Chamberlain, D. "Judith: a Fragmentary and Political Poem". "Anglo-Saxon Poetry: Essays in Appreciation for John C. McGalliard", ed. L. E. Nicholson and D. W. Frese (Notre Dame, IN, 1975),pp. 145–59.
Judith (poem) Cook, A.S. "Judith, an old English epic fragment. Edited, with introd., facsim., translation, complete glossary, and various indexes", (Heath, Boston, 1889)
Judith (poem) Dobbie, E. "Beowulf and Judith", ASPR vol. 4 (Columbia University Press, New York, 1953)
Judith (poem) Marsden, Richard. "Judith". "The Cambridge Old English Reader". 1st ed. Ed. Richard Marsden. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Pages 147-148.
Moments (poem) The first known version of the text was authored by American humorist and cartoonist Don Herold, and published by College Humor before 1935, or perhaps early that year, under the title "I'd Pick More Daisies". Herold's text is in prose, and it lacks the melancholic tone of the Spanish poem. E.g.:
Moments (poem) Herold published a revised version in the October 1953 number of Reader's Digest.
Moments (poem) If I Had My Life to Live Over I'd dare to make more mistakes next time. I'd relax, I would limber up. I would be sillier than I have been this trip. I would take fewer things seriously. I would take more chances. I would climb more mountains and swim more rivers. I would eat more ice cream and less beans.