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Lausavísur — Þorb LvV (Harð)


Þorbjǫrg, Lausavísur — Tarrin Wills

Not published: do not cite (Þorb LvV (Harð))


Verðir þú svá,
at ek vita gǫrla,
vápnum veginn
í val fallinn,
þeim skulu manni
mín at sǫnnu
bitrlig ráð
at bana verða.
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Varð í hreggi hǫrðu
Hǫrður feldr at jǫrðu,
hann hefir átta unnit,
unns, ok fimm at gunni;
heldr nam grimra galdra
galdr ramliga at halda,
mundi bitra branda
brandr elligar standa.
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