A selection of the classic Old English poem “Dream of the Rood” is up at the Episcopal Cafe. This is a tremendous poem, and one of my personal favorites in any language. The entry at Wikipedia is informative, but I must confess I disagree with the gender-based interpretation section there; my reading is that the cross is depicted as one of Christ’s own warriors.
The full Old English text can be found here, and it’s best experienced by reading along with Dr. Michael Drout as he reads it out.
For those whose Old English may be a little rusty, here’s a full translation into Modern English.