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Fragments — ÞSjár FragIII

Þórðr Særeksson (Sjáreksson)

Kari Ellen Gade 2017, ‘(Introduction to) Þórðr Særeksson (Sjáreksson), Fragments’ in Kari Ellen Gade and Edith Marold (eds), Poetry from Treatises on Poetics. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 3. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 476.

 

Sveggja lét fyr Siggju
sólborðs Goti norðan;
gustr skaut Gylfa rastar
Glaumi suðr fyr Aumar;
en slóðgoti síðan
sæðings fyr skut bæði,
hestr óð lauks fyr Lista,
lagði Kǫrmt ok Agðir.
 
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Hlakkar stofns at hefna
herðendr í því sverða.
 
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Varð sjǫlf suna,
nama snotr una,
Kjalarr of tamði,
kvôðut Hamði,
Goðrún bani,
goðbrúðr vani,
heldr vel mara,
hjǫrleik spara.
 
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Svát ór fitjar fjǫtri,
flóðs ásynju blóði
(raust byrjask rǫmm systra)
rýtr, eymylvir spýtir.
 
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