Skark súðum sund
fyr sunnan Hrund;
mín prýddisk mund
við mildings fund.
Skark sund súðum fyr sunnan Hrund; mund mín prýddisk við fund mildings.
I cut the sea with ship-sides south of Runde; my hand was adorned at the meeting with the munificent one.
 mund mín prýddisk ‘my hand was adorned’: Suggests that the skald was rewarded by the king for the poem. Because of the content of ll. 3-4, Fidjestøl (1982, 155) believed that the st. was likely placed towards the end of the poem.
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