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Lausavísur — Heiðv LvVIII (Hrólf)

Heiðr vǫlva

Heiðr vǫlva, Lausavísur — †Desmond Slay

Not published: do not cite (Heiðv LvVIII (Hrólf))

 

Tveir eru inni,
trúik hvárugum,
þeirs við elda
ítrir sitja.
 
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Þeirs í Vífilsey
váru lengi
ok hétu þar
hunda nǫfnum,
[Hoppr ok Hó].
 
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Sék hvar sitja
synir Hálfdanar,
Hróarr ok Helgi,
heilir báðir;
þeir mmunu Fróða
fjǫrvi næma.
 
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Ǫtul eru augu
Hams ok Hrana;
eru ǫðlingar
undra djarfir.
 
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