Clasics in Ñspel: Let me not to the marriage of true minds – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116

Sonit 116: Let m nt t ɖ marij v tru mîndz

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

Let m nt t ɖ marij v tru mîndz
Admit impedimnts. Luv z nt luv
Ẃć oltrz ẃn it olṭreśn fîndz,
Or bndz wɖ ɖ rmuvr t rmuv:
Ǒ, no! it z an evr-fixid marc,
Ɖt lcs on tmpists n z nvr śecn;
It z ɖ star t evri wonḍrñ barc,
Huz wrʈ’s uņoun,

olɖo hiz hît b tecn.

Luv’z nt Tîm’z fūl,

ɖo rozi lips n ćīcs

Wɖn hiz bndñ sicl’z cumṗs cm;
Luv oltrz nt

wɖ hiz brīf aurz n wīcs,

Bt berz it ǎt īvn t ɖ éj v dūm.
F ɖs b err n upn m pruvd,
I nvr rit, nr no man evr luvd.

"House by the Railroad," Edward Hopper, 1925

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