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~ Historical & Classical Poetry ~


Valhalla...

There, poured by blue-eyed girls,
The clear Metheglin flows,
Light float their wanton curls,
Their breath outscents the rose.



From Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger
(1779-1850)      Short Biography of Adam Oehlenschläger

Translation by Grenville Pigott, in "A Manual of Scandinavian Mythology, Containing a
Popular Account of the Two Eddas and of the Religion of Odin" (London, 1839)