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Lausavísur — Hǫrðr LvVIII (HjǪ)

Hǫrðr/Hringr

Hǫrðr/Hringr, Lausavísur — Richard L. Harris

Not published: do not cite (Hǫrðr LvVIII (HjǪ))

 

Hver ert þú
hýrlund með kinn fagra
ok ljósgult lokka frón?
hefk eigi víf litit
hæverskligra
fætt við foldar þrǫm.
 
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Hǫrðr mælti þá
enn hyggjustóri:
hví hrekur þú mik
Hervǫr í orðum?
heldr væri nær
vífi skæru
vera horskum dreng
holl í ráðum.
 
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Hvat er þér Hjálmþér?,
hefr þú lit brugðit,
stórt er þér í hug,
þú starir á mik lǫngum.
 
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Eyðask mun sæmd þín,
ef ek skal glíkr vera
aumum illþræli,
er ekki prýðir,
ragr í hverja taug,
nema reiða mat svínum,
halr enn hrafnsvarti,
í hrævarskrúði.
 
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Tak hér við horni,
er þér Hǫrðr færir;
gef nú ró reiði
ok ræðum þá síðan;
þú hefir oss holpit,
en vér yðr borgit,
ǫllum ór ánauðum,
ynðis vér njótum.
 
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