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Hugða ek mér, Gunnarr,
svalt allt ísal,
ættak sæing kalda;
en þú, gramr, riðir,
ífjánda lið. (eddic or germanic)
(‘I thought, Gunnar, that I had a grim dream,
it was chilly in the hall, and my bed was cold;
and you, lord, were riding, bereft of happiness,
with chains you were fettered among a troop of foes.
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