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Lausavísur — Gríml LvVIII (GrL)

Grímr loðinkinni

Grímr loðinkinni, Lausavísur — Beatrice La Farge

Not published: do not cite (Gríml LvVIII (GrL))

 

Hvat heita þær
hrauns íbúur,
er skaða vilja
skipi mínu?
ykr hefi ek
einar sénar
ámátligstar
at yfirlitum.
 
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Þrífizk hvergi
Þjaza dóttir,
brúðir verstar,
brátt skalk reiðask;
ykr skalk rétt,
áðr rǫðull skíni,
vǫrgum senda
víst til bráðar.
 
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Skalk ykr báðum
skjótla heita
oddi ok eggju
í upphafi;
munu þá reyna
Rǫgnis mellur,
hvárt betr dugir
broddr eða krumma.
 
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Hér hǫfum felt
til foldar alla
tírarlausa
tólf berserki;
þó var Sørkvir
þróttrammastr
þeira seggja,
en Þrǫstr annarr.
 
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Fyrst munk líkja
ept fǫður mínum,
skala mín dóttir,
nema skǫr hǫggvisk,
nauðig gefin
neinum manni,
goðvefs þella,
meðan Grímr lifir.
 
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