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Lausavísur — Vargeisa LvVIII (HjǪ)

Vargeisa/Álfsól

Vargeisa/Álfsól, Lausavísur — Richard L. Harris

Not published: do not cite (Vargeisa LvVIII (HjǪ))

 

Vargeisa ek heiti,
heyr þú vísa son,
vilt at þér í sinni sjá;
allra þinna
telk þik þurfa munu
vel trúra vina.
 
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Sæk Snarvendil,
sigr mun honum fylgja,
horskr ef hilmir vilt
þér í hendi bera;
koss vilk af þér
klénan þiggja;
þá munt mímung
mér ór hendi fá.
 
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Selk þér Snarvendil,
sigr mun honum fylgja,
jǫfurr enn stórráði,
um þína aldrdaga,
snúisk þín ævi æ
til sigrs ok gæfu,
hvar sem heim kannar,
hugr er í konungs barni.
 
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Vert eigi svá ærr,
at Ǫlvi grandir;
vert honum heill hilmir,
hann er þér hollr fylkir;
lát eigi illmæli
æða lund þína,
vel þér vini tryggva,
vert þeim hollr dróttinn.
 
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Kjós þann þræl
af þengils liði
er gefr svínum soð;
mun þér eigi maðr
duga af mildings hirð,
ef þér glapvígr gerisk.
 
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Keyptir þú Snarvendil
með kossi einum;
var þat verð lítit,
vel frák at mér kæmi;
ǫrr myndir af auði,
ef optar svá fengir,
jǫfurr enn ógndjarfi
ok einkar hepni.
 
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