Patrick Stewart reads Shakespeare, OS X Mountain Lion dictates

Was curious how well OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion's Dictation was, and not trusting my own enunciation, I instead loaded up the Sonnets app for iPad and let Sir Patrick Stewart do the talking (it's also available to watch here).

These are all done with first takes via TextEdit — three in all, given the time limit. I've only changed formatting to match it more closely to the original sonnet. It's far from perfect — some of which can be blamed on more antiquated word choice — but I have enjoyed the final results.

Sonnet 29 (original)

As spoken by Patrick Stewart through OS X 10.8 Dictation

When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes
I all alone Pee-wee my outcast state
and trouble deaf heaven with my fruitless cries
and look upon myself and curse my fate
wishing me like to one more rich in hope
featured like him like him with friends possessed
desiring this man's arms of Batman scope

With what I most enjoy contented least
yet in the Stoltz my cell phone almost despising
happily icing on the and then my state
like to the lock of break of day arising
from selling earth sings hymns at heavens gate

for Bye-bye sweet love remembered such wealth brings
that then I scorn to change my state king