Clasics in Ñspel: Say that thou didst forsake me for some fault – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 89

Sonit 89: Se ɖt ɖǎ ddst fsec m fr sm fōlt

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

Se ɖt ɖǎ ddst fsec m fr sm fōlt,
N I wl coment upn ɖt ofns:
Spīc v mî lemnis, n I stret wl hōlt,
Agnst ɖî rīznz mcñ no dfns.
Ɖǎ cnst nt, luv, dsgres m haf so il,
T set a form upn dzîrid ćenj,
Az I’l mslf dsgres; nwñ ɖî wil,
I wl aqentns strangl, n lc strenj;
B absnt fṛm ɖî wōcs; n in mî tuñ
Ɖî swīt b’luvid nem

no mor śl dwel,

Lest I, tù mć pṛfen, śd d it roñ,
N hapli v ǎr old aqentns tel.
Fr ɖi, agnst mslf I’l vǎ dbet,
Fr I mst ner luv him

hūm ɖǎ dst het.

"House by the Railroad," Edward Hopper, 1925

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