In Ñspel: To me, fair friend, you never can be old – William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 104

Sonit 104: T m, fer frend, y nvr cn b old

WIŁM ŚECSPIR

T m, fer frend, y nvr cn b old,
Fr az y wr ẃn frst yr î I aid,
Sć sīmz yr byti stl. Ʈri wintrz cold,
Hv fṛm ɖ forists śc ʈri sumrz’ prîd,
Ʈri bytịs sprñz t yelo ōtm trnd,
In proses v ɖ sīznz hv I sìn,
Ʈri Epril prfymz in ʈri hot Jūnz brnd,
Sins frst I sw y freś, ẃć yt r grīn.
Ā! yt dʈ byti lîc a dîlhand,
Stìl fṛm hiz figr, n no pes psivd;
So yr swīt hy, ẃć mīʈncs stl dʈ stand,
Hʈ mośn, n mîn î me b dsivd:
Fr fir v ẃć, hír ɖs ɖǎ ej unbred:
E’r y wr born wz byti’z sumr ded.

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