But as viewers were quick to point out after Trump's meeting with Kenny aired on MSNBC, a Google search for the proverb quickly leads to a longer poem posted online in January 2013 by a Nigerian Muslim bank manager named Albasheer Adam Alhassan.
The 32-year-old told NBC News he wrote the poem in 2001 when he was a teenager, "when no one in Nigeria had access to the internet." The mystery continues to unfurl over where, exactly, Trump found the stanza.
"Always remember to forget the friends that proved untrue, but never forget to remember those that have stuck by you." The proverb that Trump cited does indeed appear on a few websites that list "St.
Patrick's Day Blessings" and in a few memes dotting Pinterest and Instagram profiles.
are given away to writers of both prose and poetry. Few outstanding poets have received these prestigious awards. Kurup for his contribution to Malayalam poetry (2007). The rare poets to have won these awards include Premendra Mitra for Sagar theke phera (1957), Buddhadeb Basu for Swagato Biday (1974), Aruna Mitra for Suddhu Rater Shabda (1979), Joy Goswami for Ghumeichho (1990), Srijato for Uranto Sab Joker (2004) and Pinaki Thakur for Chumbaner Kshato (2012).
The following poets have won the prestigious Jnanpith award for their poetry :- Firaq Gorakhpuri for his Gul-e-Naghma (1969), Amrita Pritam for her Kagaz te Kanvas (1981), Qurratulain Hyder for her Akhire Sab ke Humsafar (1989) and O. Ananda Bazar Patrika have instituted the prestigious annual Ananda Puraskar for Bengali literature. Sahitya Akademi gives away annual prizes for both original works of poetry in the recognised Indian languages, as well as outstanding works of translation of Indian poetry.
He recognized the problem posed by the language; it was painfully ironic, because he had said years before that poetry was what was "lost in translation." And in Moscow, his first hearers clearly did not understand well in English.
The only problem was, as many pointed out on social media after the meeting's broadcast, it may not have been an Irish proverb at all.Running down the side of a hill and surrounded by woodlands and the lavender fields that are typical of the region, Le Poet-Laval is a very picturesque small village in a scenic setting.