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Warrior Lore: Scandinavian Ballads by Cumpstey Ian

Author:Cumpstey, Ian [Cumpstey, Ian]

Language: eng

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Publisher: Skadi Press

Published: 2014-05-01T16:00:00+00:00

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The Stablemates

This ballad tells the story of two warriors, the stablemates, and how one of them wins a girl who is playing hard to get. Despite all that she does to put them off, they persevere, and eventually the maiden is swayed by her suitor’s winning words.

 

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Author:Cumpstey, Ian [Cumpstey, Ian] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Cumpstey, Ian [Cumpstey, Ian]

Language: eng

Format: azw

Publisher: Skadi Press

Published: 2014-05-01T16:00:00+00:00
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The Stablemates

This ballad tells the story of two warriors, the stablemates, and how one of them wins a girl who is playing hard to get. Despite all that she does to put them off, they persevere, and eventually the maiden is swayed by her suitor’s winning words.

One evening out on Doverfell,

Two warriors sat and drank their fill.

And we should carry the runes so well,

With honour.

Stablemate spoke to stablemate there:

“Will you not ride away to get married this year?”

“I know of no maiden here in the land,

“To whom I’d give my word and my hand.”

“I will show you so fair a wife,

“But if you ask her, it’ll cost you your life.”

“I will give you my palfrey grey,

“If you, my stablemate, show me the way.

“I will give you my palfrey white,

“If you, my stablemate, show me this sight.”

When they had come to the rosy moors,

They saw a wolf with a thigh in its jaws.

And stablemate spoke to stablemate then:

“Let’s turn around and ride home again.”

“We’ve come so far up into the land,

“So, my stablemate, let’s carry on.”

And when they had come to the miller’s dam,

They saw that the stream with red blood ran.

“Listen up, dear stablemate mine,

“Tell me, what is this terrible sign?”

“This is all the knights’ red blood,

“Who came to court the maiden good.”

And stablemate spoke to stablemate then:

“Now we should turn and ride home again.”

“We’ve come so far up into the land,

“So, my stablemate, let’s carry on.”

And when the maiden’s fence appeared,

They saw that the stakes were made of spears.

On every stake in the fence that stood,

Was set a man’s head, covered in blood.

“Listen up, O stablemate mine,

“Tell me, what is this terrible sign?”

“These are all the good knights’ heads,

“Who came the maiden fair to wed.”

And stablemate spoke to stablemate then:

“Now we should turn and ride home again.”

“We’ve come so far up into the land,

“So, my stablemate, let’s carry on.”

And so they rode into the maiden’s yard,

And there they found where the watchman stood.

“Watchman, watchman, let us in,

“I will give you my red-gold ring.”

“Your red-gold ring is fair and fine,

“If only the maiden I dared to defy.”

The maiden she looked through the window and said:

“Who is this stranger out in my yard?”

The maiden stood up and she brushed her hair,

She set on her head a golden crown rare.

The maiden she called over all her yard:

“Dress yourselves, guards, in iron so hard.”

The maiden she called for iron and sword:

“Now give the same fate to this warrior lord!”

“My dear fair maiden, don’t say that,

“For I am the young man who you should have.”

“If you were the young man who I should take,

“Then you’d have brought gold on your palfrey’s back.”

“It’s a part of warrior-lore,

“Leave the gold at home when you ride to war.

“It’s a part of the warriors’ way,

“When you ride to fight, the gold should stay.”

The maiden she called to her small boys two:

“Now down to the cellar you should go.

“And fetch us up both mead and wine,

“For this man will be the dearest of mine.”

And there was joy and great delight,

The warrior married the maiden that night.

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