Clasics in Ñspel: ‘Tis better to be vile than vile esteemed – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 121

Sonit 121: ’Tiz betr t b vîl ɖn vîl istimd

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’Tiz betr t b vîl ɖn vîl istimd,
Ẃn nt t b rsivz rproć v biyñ;
N ɖ just pleźr lost, ẃć z so dīmd
Nt bî ǎr fīlñ, bt bî uɖrz’ siyñ:
Fr ẃ śd uɖrz’ fōls adultṛt îz
Gv sałteśn t mî sportiv blud?
Or on mî freltiz ẃ r frelr spîz,
Ẃć in ɖer wilz cǎnt bad ẃt I ʈnc gd?
No, I am ɖt I am, n ɖe ɖt levl
At mî abysz recn p ɖer ǒn:
I me b stret ɖo ɖe ɖmslvz b bevl;
Bî ɖer ranc ʈts, mî dīdz mst nt b śoun;
Unls ɖs jenṛl īvl ɖe mnten,
Ol men r bad n in ɖer badnis rên.

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