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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Sól 49VII/3 — sem ‘who’

Sinna verka        nýtr seggja hverr;
        sæll er sá, sem gótt gerir;
auði frá        * mér ætluð var
        sandi orpin sæng.

Seggja hverr nýtr verka sinna; sæll er sá, sem gótt gerir; frá auði var * mér ætluð sæng orpin sandi.

Every man benefits from his deeds; fortunate is he who does good; away from riches there was intended for me a bed heaped up with sand.


[3] sem: er 214ˣ, 2797ˣ



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