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Rímur af Grámanni í Garðshorni

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Author: Jón Hjaltason
Published: 1895
Language: Icelandic
Wordcount: 5,518 / 37 pg
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 1,512
Added to site: 2007.07.25
mnybks.net#: 17714
Genre: Poetry
Excerpt

ţylur sjóli reiđur,
er sú versta ađferđin
eini og bezti starfinn ţinn?

22. Einn fimm vetra uxa hér
á jeg, tjáir sjóli,
flestum betri, feitur er,
falla ket hans mundi ţér.

23. Ţegar skćra seggir sjá
sól á bóli skýja,
mínir kćru ţegnar ţá
ţennan fćra skóginn á.

24. Lát oss ţínar listir sjá,
ljóst á nćsta degi,
ţessum mínum ţjóri frá
ţegnum fínum skaltu ná.

25. Takist eigi ţetta ţér,
ţú skalt fá ađ hanga,
svo skilja megi skjóma grér,
skortir ţeigi gálga hér.

26. En ef baldur álma má
áđur téđan bola
lokka skjalda lundum fr&a

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