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Lausavísur — ǪnÓf LvV (Gr)

Ǫnundr Ófeigsson

Ǫnundr Ófeigsson, Lausavísur — Jonathan Grove

Not published: do not cite (ǪnÓf LvV (Gr))

 

Glatt esat mér síz mættum
(mart hremmir til snemma),
oss stóð geigr af gýgi
galdrs, eldþrimu, skjaldar;
hykk at þegnum þykki
(þat er mest) koma flestum
(oss til yndis-missu
einhlítt) til mín lítit.
 
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Séðu hvárt sár þín blæða
sátt nøkkut mik hrøkkva;
auðslǫngvir fekk engva
einfættr af þér skeinu;
meir er mǫrgum snerru
málskálp lagit Gjálpar
brjót, erat þegn í þrautir
þrekvandr, en hyggjandi.
 
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Þótta ek hæfr at hrotta
hreggvindi fyrr seggjum,
þá er geirhríðar gnúði
grand hvast, ok Súgandi;
nú verðr á skæ skorðu
(skáldi sígr) at stíga
út með einum fæti
Íslands á vit (þvísa).
 
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Réttum gengr en ranga
rennr sæfarinn, ævi,
fákr, um fold ok ríki
fleinhvessanda þessum;
hefk lǫnd ok flet frænda
flýit, en hitt er nýjast,
krǫpp eru kaup ef hreppig
Kallbak, en létk akra.
 
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