Clasics in Ñspel: Those pretty wrongs that liberty commits – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 41

Sonit 41: Ɖoz priti roñz ɖt liḅti cmits

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

Ɖoz priti roñz ɖt liḅti cmits,
Ẃn I am smtm absnt fṛm ɖî hart,
Ɖî byti, n ɖî yirz fl wel bfits,
Fr stl tmteśn foloz ẃr ɖǎ art.
Jntl ɖǎ art, n ɖrfr t b wún,
Bytịs ɖǎ art, ɖrfr t b aseld;
N ẃn a wmn wuz, ẃt wmn’z sun
Wl sǎrli līv hr tl h hv priveld?
Ai m! bt yt ɖǎ mtst mî sīt fōrber,
N ćîd ɖî byti n ɖî streyñ yʈ,
Hu līd ɖi in ɖer rayt īvn ɖr
Ẃr ɖǎ art forst t brec a tūfold truʈ:
Hrz bî ɖî byti tmtñ hr t ɖi,
Ɖîn bî ɖî byti biyñ fōls t m.

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CLASICS IN ÑSPEL

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