Clasics in Ñspel: How can my muse want subject to invent – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 38

Sonit 38: Hǎ cn mî ḿz wont subjict t invnt

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

Hǎ cn mî ḿz wont subjict t invnt,
Ẃl ɖǎ dst briɖ,

ɖt porst intu mî vrs

Ɖîn ǒn swīt arğmnt, tù xḷnt
Fr evri vulgr pepr t rhrs?
Ǒ! gv ɖî slf ɖ ʈancs, f ōt in m
Wrɖi p’ruzl stand agnst ɖî sît;
Fr hu’z so dum ɖt canot rait t ɖi,
Ẃn ɖǎ ɖîslf dst gv invnśn lît?
B ɖǎ ɖ tnʈ Ḿz,

ten tîmz mor in wrʈ

Ɖn ɖoz old nîn ẃć rîmrz inṿcet;
N h ɖt cōlz on ɖi, let him brñ fʈ
Itrnl numbrz t ǎtliv loñ det.
F mî slît ḿz d plīz ɖz krịs dez,
Ɖ pen b mîn, bt ɖîn śl b ɖ prêz.

06/11/2022

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