My handwriting, with the first of the Anglo-Saxon runepoems written out.
Wealth is a comfort to all men equally
yet each man shall share much
if he will cast his lot with the Lord"
O.k., so the translation is a loose one and I'm still working on the proper translation of "domes hleotan*", but I'll post is as soon as I have a better idea. I just like this one right now.
(Doom: judgement-not neccessarily condemnation!- and hleotan: cast lots...or rune-staves?)