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Poem about Svǫlðr — Skúli SvǫlðrIII

Skúli Þorsteinsson

Kate Heslop 2017, ‘(Introduction to) Skúli Þorsteinsson, Poem about Svǫlðr’ in Kari Ellen Gade and Edith Marold (eds), Poetry from Treatises on Poetics. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 3. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 360.

 

Vekr þats val heltk ekka
víðis ár ok síðan
(grepps hlýði því góðu)
gallópnis vel (spjalli).
 
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Fylgðak Frísa dolgi
(fekk ungr) þars spjǫr sungu
(nú fiðr ǫld at eldumk,
aldrbót) ok Sigvalda,
þás til móts við mœti
malmþings í dyn hjalma
sunnr fyr Svǫlðrar mynni
sárlauk roðinn bôrum.
 
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Myndit øfst, þars undir
árflogni gafk sárar,
Hlǫkk í hundraðsflokki
Hvítinga mik líta.
 
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Þás ræfrvita Reifnis
rauðk fyr Svǫlðr til auðar,
herfylgins bark Hǫlga
haugþak saman baugum.
 
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Margr of hlaut of morgin
morðelds, þars val feldum,
Freyju tôr at fleiri
fárbjóðr; at þat vôrum.
 
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