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Thou wast not, Frodi, Full in wisdom, Thou friend of men, When thou boughtest
the maidens: Didst choose for strength And outward seeming; But of their kindred
Didst not inquire. 'Hardy was Hrungnir, And his father; Yet was Thjazi Than 1 64 ...
Of mercy bereft And held as bond-maids; Clay eats our foot-soles, Cold chills us
above; We turn the Peace-Grinder: 'T is gloomy at Frodi's. 'Hands must rest, The
stone must halt; Enough have I turned, My toil ceases: Now may the hands Have
And fire the dwellings Above King Frodi. 'Thou shalt not hold The stead of Hleidr,
The red gold rings Nor the gods' holy altar; We grasp the handle, Maiden, more
hardly, — We were not warmer In the wound-gore of corpses. 'My father's maid ...
And the sturdy bride Of Hill-Giants spake: 'We have ground, O Frodi! Soon we
cease from grinding; The women have labored O'er long at the grist.' Thus sang
Einarr Skulason : I have heard that Frodi's hand-maids Ground in the mill full
Frodi, legendary king of Denmark, 16 1. Frodi's Peace, 161-. Eysteinn Valdason,
an Icelandic skald of the tenth century, 108. Eyvindr Skald-Despoiler, a
Norwegian skald of the tenth century, 98-100, 102, 105, 106, 112, 136, 148, 172,
181, 188 ...
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