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Geirviðarflokkr — StjOdd GeirflV (StjǫrnODr)

Stjǫrnu-Oddi Helgason

Stjǫrnu-Oddi Helgason, Geirviðarflokkr — Tarrin Wills

Not published: do not cite (StjOdd GeirflV (StjǫrnODr))

 

Váru austr
á Jǫruskógi
barmar tveir,
bǫls of fyldir,
ok til fjár
fyrða næmdu
við morðráð
mǫrgu sinni.
 
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En sá gramr,
er gera bræðir,
hefr tírgjarn
tindótt hjarta,
ok bǫðfrækn
báða feldi
Garp ok Gný
Geirviðr konungr.
 
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Réð jafngjarn
auði at skipta
Roðbjarts sonr,
rekka mærði
af því fé
fyrða kinda,
er svikmenn
safnat hǫfðu.
 
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Lét gunndjarfr
gefna hringa
seggja ætt
siklingr Gauta,
svát hirðmenn
hǫfðu allir
haukastóls
hengiskafla.
 
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Mun Dagfinnr
dýrra mála
við lofsorð
lúka kvæði;
njóti vel
vegs ok landa
gramr gǫfugr
gauzkrar þjóðar.
 
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