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Stanzas from Laufás Edda — Anon (LaufE)III

Anonymous Lausavísur

Kari Ellen Gade 2017, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Stanzas from Laufás Edda’ in Kari Ellen Gade and Edith Marold (eds), Poetry from Treatises on Poetics. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 3. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 637.

 

Hvé fyr leik, en lauka
Lofn kunni þat stofna,
stórvænn, styrjar kenni,
stendr línapaldr mínum.
 
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Spíru semi hǫnd hér
hringa birtisk virðing.
 
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Sigrunnit kømr sunnu
Serkland at mér grandi
sílmarkar; drepr serkjar
Samland fyr mér gamni.
 
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Lǫnd verr lofðungr brǫndum
lauks máferlis hauka;
hjalmklæðum gefr hilmir
hvítinga frið lítinn.
 
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Ok óþokkaðr "okkar"
ostmýgir brauðgýgi,
bjúgr elr sorg of saurga
saupstríðir flotgríði.
 
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Ok orðvísa Ásu
járnraddar svá kvaddi
 
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Vátr kom víst at rétta
vallfinnandi linna
(mærð era mjúklig orðin
mín) Víðblinda svíni.
 
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Kveða skal hróðr fyr hríðar
hræ-blakks viðum sævar,
drykkr var Durnis rekkum
døkkr, ljósara nøkkvi.
 
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Á sá hann falla
eitri blandna
fákr sparn fótum
foldar sveita.
 
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Andi er ek mygir
upp með vogsbotni
kom ek að dals dreyra.
 
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