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13.01.2022

Goldstone

Goldstone stands in the hall,
spreading his garlands,
the farmer stands and listens
hearing how the runes dance
 
Look now at the peasant,
as he dances and sings.
 
'Hear now, wealthy farmer,
you ought watch your boys,
for it is on each Christmas night
that I find them in my halls
 
They gave me so terrible a fight,
with a silver bowl,
had I not had the farmer's debt
I would have tied their tongues.
 
They gave me so terrible a fight,
with a silver milk jug,
had I not had the farmer's debt,
they'd have heard the last of it.
 
I've taken notice of your sheep
from cliffs and blue combes,
give me that one smallest ram,
which frolics in his red coat!'
 
'You have sailed for fifteen years
for free upon those vessels,
I've received no payment in this time,
it seems such a long time to wait.'
 
'Go down onto the beach,
have no more with you,
step on board the ship,
where you will find your treasures!
 
Go down onto the beach,
there you'll find much for your efforts
take with you that little chest,
the keys hang in the locks!
 
Therein lies a silken cloth,
like nothing you own,
sewn by my daughter Lindin
when she still lived at home.
 
Therein sits a silver mug,
which stands four feet tall,
I swear an oath with faith
that it's paid well many fines.
 
My son-in-law's name is Niklas,
he lives just there nearby,
he's become a good neighbor to me,
as well as I can see it.
 
My lady's name is Málfrú,
the most lovely wife,
I myself am named good Goldstone,
and the homestead called Hillside.
 
My lady's name is Málfrú,
the fairest woman,
I myself am named good Goldstone,
and the homestead called the Grove.