Clasics in Ñspel: If there be nothing new, but that which is – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 59

Sonit 59: F ɖr b nʈñ ny, bt ɖt ẃć z

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F ɖr b nʈñ ny, bt ɖt ẃć z
Hʈ bn bfr, hǎ r ǎr brenz bgîld,
Ẃć leḅrñ fr invnśn ber amis
Ɖ secnd brɖn v a formr ćîld.
Ǒ ɖt rcord cd wɖ a bcwd lc,
Īvn v fîv hundṛd corsz v ɖ sún,
Śo m yr imij in sm antīc bc,
Sins mînd at frst in caṛctr wz dn,
Ɖt I mt si ẃt ɖ old wrld cd se
T ɖs cmpozid wundr v yr frem;
Ẃɖr w r mndd, or ẃr betr ɖe,
Or ẃɖr reṿluśn b ɖ sem.
Ǒ śr I am ɖ wits v formr dez
T subjicts wrs hv gvn admîrñ prêz.

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