Clasics in Ñspel: Sweet love, renew thy force; be it not said – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 56

Sonit 56: Swīt luv, rny ɖî fors; b it nt sd

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

 

Swīt luv, rny ɖî fors; b it nt sd
Ɖî éj śd bluntr b ɖn aṗtît,
Ẃć bt tde bî fīdñ z aleid,
Tmoro śarpnd in hiz formr mît:
So, luv, b ɖǎ, olɖo tde ɖǎ fil
Ɖî hungri îz, īvn tl ɖe wnc wɖ flnis,
Tmoro si agn, n d nt cil
Ɖ spirit v luv, wɖ a ppćl dulnis.
Let ɖs sad inṭrim lîc ɖ ośn b
Ẃć parts ɖ śor, ẃr tū cntractd ny
Cm dêli t ɖ bancs, ɖt ẃn ɖe si
Rtrn v luv, mor blest me b ɖ vy;
Az cōl it wintr, ẃć biyñ fl v cer,
Mcs sumr’z welcm,

ʈrîs mor wśt, mor rer.

 

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