Actually, you have a couple of mistakes already; it should be
thou - du
thee - dich, dir
ye - Sie (pl.), Ihr? (veralt.), "the"
And there's a difference between altes Englisch / old English (= altmodisches Englisch) and Altenglisch / Old English (= die Sprache der Angelsachsen, d.h., ~ 5. bis 11. Jh.).
If you just want practice reading in old-fashioned English, you might enjoy classics such as The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
by Howard Pyle, or some of the poems from Tennyson's Idylls of the King
Or of course there's always Shakespeare or the King James Version of the Bible, which you can find at Project Gutenberg or many other places online.
*f5* Oops, sorry, too slow off the mark ...