Clasics in Ñspel: Why didst thou promise such a beauteous day – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 34

Sonit 34: Ẃ ddst ɖǎ promis sć a bytịs de

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Ẃ ddst ɖǎ promis sć a bytịs de,
N mc m travl fʈ wɖt mî clǒc,
T let bes clǎdz o’tec m in mî we,
Hîdñ ɖî breṿri in ɖer rotn smoc?
’Tiz nt inuf ɖt ʈru ɖ clǎd ɖǎ brec,
T drî ɖ ren on mî storm-bìtn fes,
Fr no man wel v sć a salv cn spīc,
Ɖt hīlz ɖ wūnd, n krz nt ɖ dsgres:
Nr cn ɖî śem gv fizic t mî grīf;
Ɖo ɖǎ rpnt, yt I hv stl ɖ los:
Ɖ ofndr’z soro lendz bt wìc rlif
T him ɖt berz ɖ stroñ ofns’z cros.
Ā! bt ɖoz tirz r prl ẃć ɖî luv śedz,
N ɖe r rić n ransm ol il dīdz.

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