Hárbarðsljóð – The Poem of Harbarth

Thor spake:
31. “Full fair was thy woman-finding.”

Harbarth spake:
32. “Thy help did I need then, Thor, | to hold the white maid fast.”

Thor spake:
33. “Gladly, had I been there, | my help to thee had been given.”

Harbarth spake:
34. “I might have trusted thee then, | didst thou not betray thy troth.”

Thor spake:
35. “No heel-biter am I, in truth, | like an old leather shoe in spring.”

35. Heel-biter: this effective parallel to our “back-biter” is not found elsewhere in Old Norse.

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