Anonymous Olde English
Anonymous Olde English Poems
|201.||A Pleasant Ballad Of King Henry Ii. And The Miller Of Mansfield||4/7/2010|
|202.||A Lamentable Ballad Of The Lady's Fall. To The Tune Of In Pescod Time||4/7/2010|
|203.||Beowulf (Episode 02)||1/1/2004|
|204.||Beowulf (Episode 04)||1/1/2004|
|205.||Weep You No More, Sad Fountains||1/1/2004|
|206.||Beowulf (Episode 01)||1/1/2004|
|208.||Edward, Edward. A Scottish Ballad||4/7/2010|
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Edward, Edward. A Scottish Ballad
MODERN TRANSLATION (original below)
'Why does your sword so drip with blood,
Why does your sword so drip with blood?
And why so sad are ye, O?'
'O, I have killed my hawk so good,
O I have killed my hawk so good:
And I had no more but he, O.'
'Your hawk's blood was never so red,
Your hawk’s blood was never so red,
My dear son I tell thee, O.'
'O, I have killed my red-roan steed,
O, I have killed my red-roan steed,
That once was so fair and free, O.'
'Your steed was ...
Beowulf (Episode 26)
BEOWULF spake, bairn of Ecgtheow: --
"Lo, we seafarers say our will,
far-come men, that we fain would seek
Hygelac now. We here have found
hosts to our heart: thou hast harbored us well.
If ever on earth I am able to win me
more of thy love, O lord of men,
aught anew, than I now have done,
for work of war I am willing still!