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Lausavísur — Ketilr LvV (Vígl)

Ketilríðr Hólmkelsdóttir

Ketilríðr Hólmkelsdóttir, Lausavísur — Kate Heslop

Not published: do not cite (Ketilr LvV (Vígl))

 

Eigi má ek á ægi
ógrátandi líta,
sízt er málvinir mínir
fyr marbakka sukku;
leiðr er mér sjóvar sorti
ok súgandi bára;
heldr gjǫrði mér harða
harma unnr í barmi.
 
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Skamt leidda ek skýran
skrauta-Njǫrð úr garði;
þó fylgdi hugur hánum,
hvert sem kæmi, lengra;
munda ek leitt hafa lengra
ef land fyr ægi væri,
ok ægur marr yrði
allr at grænum velli.
 
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Kenni ek Víglund vænan
Vánar elds at kveldi,
firn er, at fund minn girniz
flausta meiðr, ok Trausta;
gipt er gullhlaðs þopta
grannvaxin nú manni;
æ mun engi finnaz
eldri þeim í heimi.
 
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Þoka mundir þú, þundarr,
þinni tǫfl, enn ǫflgi,
ráð eru tjalda tróðu
teit, at ǫðrum reiti.
 
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