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Lausavísur — Þorhv LvV (Eir)

Þorhallr veiðimaðr

Þorhallr veiðimaðr, Lausavísur — Richard Perkins

Not published: do not cite (Þorhv LvV (Eir))

 

Hafa kvôðu mik meiðar
malmþings, es komk hingat,
(mér samir land fyr lýðum
lasta) drykk enn bazta;
Bílds hattar verðr byttu
beiði-Týr at stýra;
heldr's svát krýpk at keldu;
komat vín á grǫn mína.
 
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Fǫrum aptr, þar es órir
eru, sandhimins, landar,
lǫtum kenni-Val kanna
knarrar skeið en breiðu,
meðan bilstyggvir byggva
bellendr ok hval vella
Laufa veðrs, þeirs leyfa
lǫnd, á Furðustrǫndum.
 
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