two or more words within the same line begin with the same letter.
Meotodes meahte and his modgepanc
the Measurer's might and his mind-plans
a figurative name for a thing, usually expressed in a compound noun.
swan-road = sea
the repeating of a single idea in different words, with each repetition adding a new level of meaning.
heaven-kingdom's Guardian holy Creator
the measurer mankind's Guardian
Glory-father Master almighty
late 7th century (Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum)
illiterate Northumbrian cowherd
There are also a few historical poems in the Anglo-Saxon chronicle
In the Exeter Book there are some riddles or enigmata. They use double-entendre, whereby one answer is suggested but another is meant.
A curiosity hangs by the thigh of a man, under its master's cloak.
It is pierced through in the front; it is stiff and hard and it has a good standing-place.
When the man pulls up his own robe above the knee, he means to poke the head of his hanging thing that familiar hole of matching length which he has often filled before.