It is very hard to search for "Gothic" in Google, because it finds modern gothic stuff which is not what I'm looking for. I found the word "𐌰𐌻𐌰𐍂𐌴𐌹𐌺𐍃" (but I can't find a definition haha), and searching for that reveals a Gothic Wikipedia! But I can't Google-translate-stumble-my-way-around the site, because Google doesn't translate Gothic. So it takes orders of magnitude longer to figure out each word and try and debug what I am looking at.
The only other thing I can find is the Gothic Lord's Prayer, also on the wiki.
I would like to find something original to the Gothic people. I know we don't have much from their culture, but do we have anything? Like even a short poem? Maybe a story? Maybe a carving?
The reason for asking is because I am looking for primary sources to learn how to speak Gothic and learn the Gothic grammar. I got the grammar book but don't know yet about if there exists resources on the web available for original texts. Last time I asked a similar question on History stackexchange and they said it would be better on Linguistics, because you guys know more about the language side of history.