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Innsteinskviða — Hálfr InnkvVIII (Hálf)

Hálfr Hjǫrleifsson

Hálfr Hjǫrleifsson, Innsteinskviða — Hubert Seelow

Not published: do not cite (Hálfr InnkvVIII (Hálf))

 

Vér skulum hálfir
herjar þessa
sáttir sækja
frá sæ neðan;
Ásmundr hefir
oss of boðna
hringa rauða
sem hafa viljum.
 
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Ásmundr hefir
oss of vunnit
margar tryggðir,
sem menn vitu;
munat góðr konungr
ganga á sáttir,
né gramr annan
í griðum véla.
 
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Æ lystir þik
æðru at mæla,
munat sá konungr
sáttir rjúfa;
gull eigum þar
ok gørsimar,
hringa rauða
frá hans búum.
 
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Gefa munk hverjum
hjálm ok brynju
frækna drengja,
er fylgja mér;
þat mun at líta
sem logi brenni
skjǫldungs liði
of skarar fjǫllum.
 
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Hrynja of herðar
þeims hamalt fylkja,
grams verðungu,
gyldar brynjur;
þat mun á ǫxlum
ǫðlings vinum
ljóst at líta,
sem logi brenni.
 
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Fulllangt er sjá
fíflskapr talaðr,
vera kveðk ekki
undir slíku;
seg þú enga,
svát ek heyra,
drauma þína
í degi síðan.
 
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