Tagged: friendship

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Hávamál 69

Auden-Taylor (1969): Not all sick men are utterly wretched: Some are blessed with sons, Some with friends, some with riches, Some with worthy works. Hollander (1962): All undone is no one though at death’s...

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Hávamál 52

Auden-Taylor (1969): A kind word need not cost much, The price of praise can be cheap: With half a loaf and an empty cup I found myself a friend. Hollander (1962): Not great things...

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Hávamál 51

Auden-Taylor (1969): Hotter than fire among false hearts burns Friendship for five days, But suddenly slackens when the sixth dawns: Feeble their friendship then. Hollander (1962): Than fire hotter for five days burneth Love...

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Hávamál 47

  Auden-Taylor (1969): Young and alone on a long road, Once I lost my way: Rich I felt when I found a another; Man rejoices in man. Hollander (1962): Young was I once and...

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Hávamál 44

Auden-Taylor (1969): If you find a friend you fully trust And wish for his good-will, Exchange thoughts, exchange gifts, Go often to his house. Hollander (1962): If friend thou hast whom faithful thou deemest,...