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Lausavísur — ÞKolb LvV (BjH)

Þórðr Kolbeinsson

Þórðr Kolbeinsson, Lausavísur — Alison Finlay

Not published: do not cite (ÞKolb LvV (BjH))

 

Út skalt ganga -
illr þykki mér
gleymr þinn vesa
við griðkonur;
sitr þú á ǫptnum,
es inn komum,
jafnauðigr mér -
út skalt ganga.
 
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Muna mun Bjǫrn, at Birni
bauga Grund ór mundum,
snót en snerriláta,
slapp Hítdœlakappa;
skapat vas mér, en mjórar
munat þrjótr konu njóta,
(ráð es slíkt til snúðar)
sveigar þǫll at eiga.
 
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Sextán vas hugr hjóna,
hverr lifði sér (þverri
raus) einn (óru húsi),
auð-Hlín, at mun sínum,
áðr garðvita gerði
grundar einn fyr stundu
stríðir stǫkk í búðum
stórgeðr liði óru.
 
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Út skalt ganga -
oss selduð mjǫl
rautt áliti,
rúg sagðir þú;
en þás virðar
vatni blendu,
vas aska ein -
út skalt ganga.
 
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Hvat skyldir þú halda
heimaríkr at slíku
enn (hǫfumk orkn of skemðan)
ár á mínu sári?
þat mun sorg, und saurgum,
seimþollr, hala kollu
remmitungls at rǫngum
randalfr greipt þú kalfi.
 
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Hvestum tolf, en tvistir
társ, mær, gefendr vôru
Leifa vegs, í Laufa
laungǫgl Beruhrauni;
ofláta sák ítran,
áðr sték fljótt á grjóti,
(hafa vildu þá hǫlðar
herðimann) í gerðum.
 
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Þorns veitk at berr Birni
Baldr rógs sǫgu skjaldar
(neytr þykkisk sá nýtir
naðrbings) an mér aðra,
þvít enn (þœtti betri
þǫgn élviðum Hǫgna)
nú's eldskerðir orðinn
eggleiks bani tveggja.
 
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Bjǫrn tekr brátt es mornar,
bráðr við illu ráði;
grǫnum es vanr at grípa
glópr við hverju hrópi;
ok hvikmála hœlir
hveimleiðr með stjǫl breiðan,
sanni firðr ok svinnu,
siti hann vesalstr manna.
 
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Ǫllungis biðk allar,
atgeirs, ok skeið þeira,
(rétt skilk) rammar véttir,
ruðr óps, þærs hlýrn skópu,
at, stríðbendi, standi,
stálgaldrs en ek valda,
blóðugr ǫrn of Birni
bráðgjarn hǫfuðsvǫrðum.
 
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Lóskat, - snarr, at snerru
segg þann bitu eggjar,
hinn's fyr heiði sunnan,
hugprýði mér frýði, -
at, morðvanðan, myndak
(meins hlutum rán af beini),
bitu þann fyr sǫk sanna
sverð, hans bani verða.
 
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Hvert stefnið ér hrafnar
hart með flokk enn svarta?
Farið ljóst matar leita
landnorðr frá Klifsandi;
þar liggr Bjǫrn, en Birni
blóðgǫgl of skǫr stóðu,
(þollr hné hjalms), á hjalla
Hvítings ofar lítlu.
 
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Móðr verðk mitt hross leiða,
mjúk verðra fǫr sjúkrar,
(reið esa fljót) uns Fríði
fjargvefjar dag margan;
þvít (hjǫrborgar) hvergi
Hlǫkk unði sér dǫkkvar
(mikit stríð vas þat -Móða
merki-) skins fyr verkjum.
 
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