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Lausavísur 2-14 — Hávh LvV

Hávarðr halti ísfirðingr

Hávarðr halti ísfirðingr, Lausavísur 2-14 — Rolf Stavnem

Not published: do not cite (Hávh LvV)

 

Eigi hefr á augu
(undskíðs) komit síðan
(dyggr hné) óf (und eggjar
óðstefnir) mér svefna,
síz hræstorðar harðan
hjǫr gerðu styr bǫrvar
ótt, þeirs Áleif létu
allsaklausan falla.
 
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Ákat hœgt (af hœgu
hljóð veiti mér sveitir)
enn í elli minni
ívegstafi segja,
síz vel hressan vissak
vápna Njǫrð at jǫrðu,
minn vas sonr at sǫnnu
snjallr aflstuðill, fallinn.
 
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Efna hygg þats Yggjar
ek hef heitit mô feita,
sundlíri flýgr sára
svangr fyr eyrar tanga;
veitk at vér munum hljóta
(vel's fallit þat) allir,
hljómr's af hjǫrva glaumi,
Hallgrímr farar tíma.
 
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Mótreyni klaufk mána
malma braks í jaxla,
hegg létk alms í augu
eitt hǫgg staðar leita,
sákak hitt at hrykki
hringmerkðr fetilstingi,
hlyn (Gunnlogi) Gunnar
(gall) harðan sák falla.
 
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Vér hǫfum felda fjóra
(feng telk í því drengum)
brátt, þeirs blóðgan létu
Bjargeyjar son deyja;
enn af órum mǫnnum
(eirð vas fallin geira)
þanns vas hœfðr með hlunni
Hallgrímr kveðr nú fallinn.
 
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Hratt gekk sonr, þás sótti
sunnu bekks at runni
(hvatr frák at brá bitrum
blóðísi) Geirdísar;
enn réð Eyjolfr minnask
eggleiks við kyn seggja,
geymi-Baldr, at gjalda,
gunnbliks, jǫru runnum.
 
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Heldr hǫfum heiptir goldit
Hallgrímr saman allir,
(vígs iðrumk þess þeygi)
Þjóreks sonum stórar;
urðu œski-Nirðir
oddregns of sǫk vegnir;
ætt þjóðar veitk eyði
ímgjarna Þórbjarnar.
 
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Nú's jafnǫndum efni
angrsólar fram ganga,
varra lands, þeirs vilja
viggs temjendr sik fremja;
vesa kveða, hǫgg en hǫggvin
hjǫr saklaussa bǫrva,
Ísfirðinga, urðu
eirlaust, farit trausti.
 
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Hlógu herðidraugar
hvinnendr of sǫk minni
"fróns", þás frænda mínum
fellidómr réð bella;
nú mun, síz vegnir vôru
víg-Njǫrðungar, hǫrðu
hafs í hverju bjargi
hóts annan veg þjóta.
 
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Hallgrímr skulum heiman
hlítik vætki (lítit
uggik) ógnar-môlum,
(íðvandr) ór stað bíða;
en víg þaus vér vôgum,
vildak aldri gjalda
geira gætiôru,
gǫrvǫll í strá falli.
 
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Þekð liggr vôr á vígi
(vǫruð hollir styrþollum)
ann ek ægis runnum
ógóligu, sólar;
þann vissak mér manna
mest alls at hlít fallinn,
orð spyri fárlig fyrðar
flest andskotum vestan.
 
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Varðat viggja Njǫrðum,
Valbrands sonum, handan
(þess minnumk nú) Þvinnils
þvengr vanbundinn lengi,
þás, skerfoldar, skyldi
(skjalda hlums) á sumri,
(garðr svall) gǫfug sólar
Gefn, míns sonar hefna.
 
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Þat mun vestr ok vestan
(varð ôr roðin sôrum)
orð til Ísafjarðar
(oddregns) koma þegna,
at til geira glettu
gunn-nœringar fœri,
vægr es vǫxtr í augum
Valbrands sonum, handan.
 
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