Clasics in Ñspel: How can I then return in happy plight – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 28

Sonit 28: Hǎ cn I ɖen rtrn in hapi plît

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

 

Hǎ cn I ɖen rtrn in hapi plît,
Ɖt am dbard ɖ beṇfit v rest?
Ẃn de’z opreśn z nt īzd bî nît,
Bt de bî nît n nît bî de oprest,
N ć, ɖo eṇmiz t îɖr’z rên,
D in cnsnt śec handz t torćr m,
Ɖ wn bî tôl, ɖ uɖr t cmplen
Hǎ far I tôl, stl farɖr of fṛm ɖi.
I tel ɖ de, t plīz him ɖǎ art brît,
N dst him gres

ẃn clǎdz d blot ɖ hevn:

So flatr I ɖ swart-cmplex́nd nît,
Ẃn sparc̣lñ starz twîr nt

ɖǎ gíldst ɖ īvn.

Bt de dʈ dêli drw mî soroz longr,
N nît dʈ nîtli mc grīf’s leñʈ

sīm strongr.

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