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Into the granite: stave by stave
carved ploughwise: now read my tale
the raging ocean I have sailed
many a man I have maimed
Shields I have crushed with my sword
women have I pleased endless nights
on foreign coast my brother did fall
he now dines in hall up high
Erected the stone against a twilight sky
read Sea Wolf's tale
From the coasts of the west to sarkland
to the marshlands and the forests of the east
high adventures: great riches and wine
blood shed: great battles and feasts
My stone firm in mother eart through rain and time
read Sea Wolf's tale



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