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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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verses — Mágj LvVIII (Mág)

Mágus jarl

Mágus jarl, verses — Margaret Clunies Ross

Not published: do not cite (Mágj LvVIII (Mág))


Ek hefi vísendi
víst í brjósti
meiri miklu
en menn vita;
sé ek hvar húkir
hirð á bekkjum
ef herja skal.
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Sé ek hvar sitja
Sveinn ok Helgi,
þeir er róg bera
rekka á millum;
þikjaz garpar
í gamanmálum,
eru lǫskvir tveir,
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Veit ek í ǫndvegi
ǫðru sitja,
sá er í ráðum
reyndr at illu;
rigar þú í rúmi,
ragr ert, Ubbi,
þér er verst gefit
er þik varðar mest.
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