Clasics in Ñspel: When to the sessions of sweet silent thought – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 30

Sonit 30: Ẃn t ɖ seśnz v swīt sîḷnt ʈt

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

Ẃn t ɖ seśnz v swīt sîḷnt ʈt
I sumn p rmembṛns v ʈñz past,
I sai ɖ lac v mni a ʈñ I sòt,
N wɖ old woz

ny weil mî dir tîm’z west:

Ɖen cn I drǎn an î, unyst t flo,
Fr preśs frendz hid in deʈ’s detlis nît,
N wīp afreś luv’z loñ sins cansld wo,
N mon ɖ xpns v mni a vaniśt sît:
Ɖen cn I grīv at grīvnsz fōrgon,
N heṿli fṛm wo t wo tel ’r
Ɖ sad acǎnt v fōrbimonid mon,
Ẃć I ny pe az f nt peid bfr.
Bt f ɖ ẃl I ʈnc on ɖi, dir frend,
Ol losz r rstord n soroz end.

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CLASICS IN ÑSPEL

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