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~ Multilingual International Asatru Poetry ~


Ingui Fran Frolsdg Bed

Ic lte Lodfruma Wena,
Gielde ond gielpe Gale t ,
Ing Fda; Fra eallmihtig,
urh felda; Fr in wgn,
Fyrndagum Frifullfyl,
Bearn hlopon urh blstman,
Ond lufras; Lagon n meoda,
Sw earlas sungen; Saton t symle,
Cwne cwadon; Cwmlicum wordum.
Sumor lac; Sylh n felda,
Sw Ealdras Ealdgedagum,
Tdg w Trowa ,
Weora Wena cyninge,
Esaweard; Eallmihtig Fra.
Ws hal; Woruldes god,
Ws hal Fra; On fm Gerd grow,
Beorht blwende; Mid bearne,
Wena bearn; Woruldes blstm.
Blts s Blum smarum,
Micelum frium; Frondscipe ece,
Bearnum frgum Ingui-Fra.
 

Ingwi Prayer

I bow to you Vanir's leader,
Song and boast I sing to you,
Ing Froda; Frey almighty,
Through fields Fared yo wain,
In olden days Frith fullfilled,
Children leaped; Through flowers,
And lovers; Laid in meadows,
As earls sang Seated at symble,
Queens spoke Pleasing words.
Summer draws on Plows in the field,
Just as the ancestors In days of old,
Today we; Place faith in you,
Worship you Vanir king,
The sir's protector Almighty Frey.
Wassail World's god,
Wassail Frey In your embrace Gerd grows,
Bright blooming With child,
Vanir child; The World's blooming.
Bless Us; eternal,
Happy children Ing Frey!

 
Anglo-Saxon & English version: Swain Wodening Canote


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