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Lexicon Poeticum

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Anon Mey 12VII/6 — sára ‘painful’

Jésús Kristus upp nam rísa
einn og þrennr og birtiz henni;
postulum sagði hun prýðimestum
prúða sýn, er fegnir trúðu.
Eyðimerkur sótti síðan
sára nauð um þrjátigi ára;
hvern dag sá hun með hjálparaugum
himna dýrð, er guð várr skýrði.

Jésús Kristus nam upp rísa einn og þrennr og birtiz henni; hun sagði prúða sýn prýðimestum postulum, er fegnir trúðu. Sótti síðan eyðimerkur, sára nauð, um þrjátigi ára; hvern dag sá hun með hjálparaugum dýrð himna, er várr guð skýrði.

Jesus Christ rose up single and threefold and revealed himself to her; she related the beautiful sight to the most magnificent Apostles, who, glad, believed [it]. Then she sought out the deserts for painful trial for thirty years; every day she saw with eyes of help the glory of the heavens, which our God displayed.

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