Clasics in Ñspel: Thine eyes I love, and they, as pitying me – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 132

Sonit 132: Ɖîn îz I luv, n ɖe, az pitiyñ m

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

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Ɖîn îz I luv, n ɖe, az pitiyñ m,
Nwñ ɖî hart tormnts m wɖ dsden,
Hv pt on blac n luvñ mōrnrz b,
Lcñ wɖ priti ruʈ upn mî pen.
N trūli nt ɖ mornñsún v hevn
Betr bcmz ɖ gre ćīcs v ɖ īst,
Nr ɖt fl star ɖt uśrz in ɖ īvn,
Dʈ haf ɖt glori t ɖ sobr wst,
Az ɖoz tū mōrnñ îz bcm ɖî fes:
Ǒ! let it ɖen az wel bsim ɖî hart
T mōrn fr m

sins mōrnñ dʈ ɖi gres,

N sūt ɖî piti lîc in evri part.
Ɖen wl I swer byti hrslf z blac,
N ol ɖe fǎl ɖt ɖî cmplex́n lac.

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