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Business Man

Time seems to be flying by faster than usual these days.  On the other hand it also seems to be standing still. I know I have the patients of a gnat, but I’m not...

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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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Hávamál 85

Auden-Taylor (1969): A snapping bow, a burning flame, A grinning wolf, a grunting boar, A raucous crow, a rootless tree, A breaking wave, a boiling kettle. Hollander (1962): A brittle bow, a burning fire,...

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Hávamál 83

Auden-Taylor (1969): Drink ale by the hearth, over ice glide, Buy a stained sword, buy a starving mare To fatten at home: and fatten the watchdog. Hollander (1962): By the fire drink ale, skate...

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Hávamál 81

Auden-Taylor (1969): For these things give thanks at nightfall: The day gone, a guttered torch, A sword tested, the troth of a maid, Ice crossed, ale drunk. Hollander (1962): At eve praise the day,...