Below is a poem of mine in the Anglo-Saxon form of poetry. Instead of rhyme being the primary form of unity, Anglo-Saxon poetry is built on alliteration. Other features include kennings (a concept formed from two words being put together), synecdoche and metonymy, and earthy language.
The world’s weight Will wash away When heavy hearts He holds high. The life-laden Leap in praise The toil-trodden, Troubled souls find Relief and rest ‘Round the throne As the Almighty Affirms His saints: “Life well-given, Good and Faithful.”