"Meanehwæl, baccat meaddehæle, monstær lurccen;I stumbled across this a day or so ago, but I could not remember where, so I googled it and found this. The article has a link to the original source, a book on Amazon.com, which I intend to add to my already too large queue of reading material.
Fulle few too many drincce, hie luccen for fyht."
Your mileage may vary, but I found this hilarious. As one who has made efforts of wading through Beowulf n the original Klingon, it displays the structure of Beowulf (i.e. each line with two sections along with alliteration)
Tolkien geeks may note the the Book of Unfinished Tales has several chapters written in Old English, including much of what was eventually published as The Sillmarillion.
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