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Hávamál 88

Auden-Taylor (1969): A brother’s killer encountered upon The highway, a house half-burned, A racing stallion who has wrenched a leg, Are never safe: let no man trust them. Hollander (1962): Thy brother’s banesman, though...

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Tickle Me Elmo?

  “Knock, Knock…” “Who’s There?” “Ted…” “Ted, who?” “It’s Ted — I’m afraid of the big bad tickle monster –Nugent!!!” Today the Squirrel Edda News team has just discovered that life long hunter, and...

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Hávamál 87

Auden-Taylor (1969): A witch’s welcome, the wit of a slave, A sick calf, a corpse still fresh. Hollander (1962): A sickly calf, a self-willed thrall, The smooth words of a witch, warriors fresh-slain.  Bellows...

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Hávamál 86

Auden-Taylor (1969): A flying arrow, an ebbing tide, A coiled adder, the ice of a night, A bride’s bed talk, a broad sword, A bear’s play, a prince’s children. Hollander (1962): A flying dart,...