In Ñspel: Thou art as tyrannous, so as thou art – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 131

Sonit 131: Ɖǎ art az tiṛṇs, so az ɖǎ art

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Ɖǎ art az tiṛṇs, so az ɖǎ art,
Az ɖoz huz bytiz prǎdli mc ɖm cruwl;
Fr wel ɖǎ nǒist t mî dir dǒtñ hart
Ɖǎ art ɖ fẹrist n most preśs juwl.
Yt, in gd feʈ, sm se ɖt ɖi bhold,
Ɖî fes hʈ nt ɖ pǎr t mc luv gron;
T se ɖe ŕ I der nt b so bold,
Olɖo I swer it t mslf alon.
N t b śr ɖt z nt fōls I swer,
A ʈǎznd gronz, bt ʈncñ on ɖî fes,
Wn on anɖr’z nec, d witnis ber
Ɖî blac z fẹrist in mî jujmnt’s ples.
In nʈñ art ɖǎ blac sev in ɖî dīdz,
N ɖns ɖs slandr, az I ʈnc, pṛsīdz.

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