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Jylland (Jutland) — Run DR JyllandVI

Middle Ages

Jylland (Jutland) — 

Not published: do not cite (Run DR JyllandVI)

 

Kirkja er Kristi kend
mönnum til miskundar.
 
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Jorþ biþ ak warþæ
ok uphimæn,
sol ok santæ Maria
ok sialfæn Guddrottæn,
þæt han læ mik læknæs hand
ok lyf tungæ,
at lyfæ bifindæ,
þær botæ þarf.
Or bak ok or bryst,
or likæ ok or lim,
or øwæn ok or øræn,
or allæ þe, þær ilt kan i atkumæ.
Swart hetær sten,
han stær i hafæ utæ;
þær liggær a þe ni nouþær;
þær skulæ huærkæn søtæn sofæ
æþ warmæn wakæ,
førr æn þu þæssæ bot biþær.
 
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