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Lausavísur — Án LvVIII (Án)

Án bogsveigir

Án bogsveigir, Lausavísur — Beatrice La Farge

Not published: do not cite (Án LvVIII (Án))

 

Skeldi mér, sem skyldit,
skelkinn maðr við belki,
við máttak þá vætki
vinna; svei þeim manni;
varð í fang at fallask,
feldum eldsmat nǫkkut;
honum synjaðak heiðri
heldr; svei þeim æ manni.
 
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Vel þér selja,
stendr sævi nær,
laufi vaxin vel;
maðr skekr af þér
morgindǫggvar,
en ek at Þegni þrey.
[nátt sem dag.].
 
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Því betra mér þykkir,
en þó skal valr falla,
at fráligar færum
fót at geira móti;
drekkum alt af uxa
ennigeiri "hlenni";
vera mun snarpra sverða
svipun, ef ek skal ráða.
 
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Þat munt finna,
er flór mokar,
at þú eigi ert
Ánn bogsveigir;
þú ert brauðsveigir
heldr en bogsveigir,
ostasveigir
en álmsveigir.
 
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Meyjar spurðu,
er mik fundu,
hvíthaddaðar :
hvaðan komt ferfaldr?
en ek svaraða
silki-Gunni
heldr hæðinni :
hvaðan er logn úti?
 
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