Clasics in Ñspel: Poor soul, the centre of my sinful earth – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 146

Sonit 146: Pur soul, ɖ sntr v mî sinfl rʈ

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

Pur soul, ɖ sntr v mî sinfl rʈ,
[Fīdñ] ɖz rebl pǎrz ɖt ɖi are
Ẃ dst ɖǎ pîn wɖn n sufr drʈ,
Pentñ ɖî ǎtwd wōlz so costli ge?
Ẃ so larj cost, hvñ so śort a līs,
Dst ɖǎ upn ɖî fedñ manśn spend?
Śl wrmz, inheritrz v ɖs xes,
Īt p ɖî ćarj? Z ɖs ɖî bodi’z end?
Ɖen soul, liv ɖǎ upn ɖî srvnt’s los,
N let ɖt pîn t agṛvet ɖî stor;
Bai trmz dvîn in selñ aurz v dros;
Wɖn b féd, wɖt b rić no mor:
So śl ɖǎ fīd on Deʈ,

ɖt fīdz on men,

N Deʈ wns ded,

ɖr’z no mor dayñ ɖen.

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