Clasics in Ñspel: If the dull substance of my flesh were thought – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 44

Sonit 44: F ɖ dul substns v mî fleś wr ʈt

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F ɖ dul substns v mî fleś wr ʈt,
Injurịs distns śd nt stop mî we;
Fr ɖen dspt v spes I wd b bròt,
Fṛm limits far rmot, ẃr ɖǎ dst ste.
No matr ɖen olɖo mî ft dd stand
Upn ɖ farɖist rʈ rmuvd fṛm ɖi;
Fr nimbl ʈt cn jump bʈ sì n land
Az sn az ʈnc ɖ ples ẃr h wd b.
Bt ā! ʈt cilz m ɖt I am nt ʈt,
T līp larj leñʈs v mîlz ẃn ɖǎ art gn,
Bt ɖt, so mć v rʈ n wōtr ròt,
I mst atnd tîm’z leźr wɖ mî mon,
Rsivñ nòt bî elimnts so slo
Bt hevi tirz, bajz v îɖr’z wo.

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