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Lausavísur — Marm LvVIII (Hálf)

Marmennill

Marmennill, Lausavísur — Hubert Seelow

Not published: do not cite (Marm LvVIII (Hálf))

 

Ek sé lýsa
langt suðr í haf,
vill danskr konungr
dóttur hefna;
hann hefr úti
ótal skipa;
býðr Hjǫrleifi
hólmstefnu til.
Varask vitr, ef vilt
- vilk aptr í sæ.
 
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Varastu víti,
ef þú vilt ....
vil ek aptr í sjó.
 
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Sǫgu kannk segja
sonum Háleygja
vilgi góða,
ef vilið heyra;
hér ferr sunnan
Hǫgna dóttir
of drifin dreyra
frá Danmǫrku.
 
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Hefr sér á hǫfði
hjálm upp spentan,
herkuml harðligt,
Heðins of leika;
skamt mun sveinum,
sék þat sem er,
Hildar at bíða
hér á ferli.
 
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Bresta mun baugrǫst -
brá mér fyr augu,
of heruð hingat,
hǫggna mjǫk þegna,
hafa skal hverr drengr
hjǫrnjóts mǫrg spjót,
áðr komi mikil framm
málmhríð síðan.
 
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Þó mun, ef þat er satt,
þá fara illa;
hafa allir alkeypt
ár þás kømr vár.
 
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Kalt vatn augum,
en kveitt tǫnnum,
lérept líki;
lát mik aptr í sæ;
dregr mik engi
í degi síðan
maðr upp í skip
af marar-botnum.
 
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