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Ferocious dogs are tied before the wooden fence that surrounds Gerðr's hall.
Skírnir rides out to a herdsman (unnamed) sitting on a mound, greets him, and asks the herdsman how he may speak to the maiden beyond Gymir's dogs.
Gerðr will experience "madness and howling, tearing affliction and unbearable desire" and that, in grief, tears will flow from her.
Gerðr is commonly theorized to be a goddess associated with the earth. Gerðr is attested in two poems in the Poetic Edda, in two books of the Prose Edda, and in two books in Heimskringla.
In the Poetic Edda poem Skírnismál, the god Freyr sat on the high seat Hlidskjalf and looked into all worlds. Freyr's father Njörðr and, in verse, the goddess Skaði tells Skírnir to find out what troubles Freyr.
Freyr saw a beautiful girl walking from the hall of her father to a storehouse. An exchange occurs between Freyr and Skírnir in verse, where Freyr tells Skírnir that he has seen a wondrous girl with shining arms at the home of (her father) Gymir, yet that the gods and elves do not wish for the two to be together: Skírnir requests that Freyr give him a horse and Freyr's sword; a sword which fights jötnar by itself.
Under the cover of darkness, Skírnir rides the horse over nations and dew-covered mountains until he reaches Jötunheimr, the home of the jötnar, and proceeds to Gymir's courts.
Skírnir details that the thurs's name who will own her below the gates of Nágrind is Hrímgrímnir and that there, at the roots of the world, the finest thing Gerðr will be given to drink is the urine of goats.