Clasics in Ñspel: But do thy worst to steal thyself away – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 92

Sonit 92: Bt d ɖî wrst t stìl ɖîslf awe

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

                     

Bt d ɖî wrst t stìl ɖîslf awe,
Fr trm v lîf ɖǎ art aśurid mîn;
N lîf no longr ɖn ɖî luv wl ste,
Fr it dpndz upn ɖt luv v ɖîn.
Ɖen nīd I nt t fir ɖ wrst v roñz,
Ẃn in ɖ līst v ɖm mî lîf hʈ end.
I si a betr stet t m b’loñz
Ɖn ɖt ẃć on ɖî hymr dʈ dpnd:
Ɖǎ cnst nt vx m wɖ inconstnt mînd,
Sins ɖt mî lîf on ɖî rvolt dʈ lî.
Ǒ ẃt a hapi tîtl d I fînd,
Hapi t hv ɖî luv, hapi t dî!
Bt ẃt’s so blesid-fer ɖt firz no blot?
Ɖǎ mêist b fōls, n yt I nǒ it nt.

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