What are some examples of dyslexia writing?

A dyslexic person may have any of the following problems; letters appearing upside down or backwards, text appearing to jump around on a page, might not be able to tell the difference between letters that look similar in shape such as e and o and c, difficulty telling the difference between letters that have similar shape but different orientation, such as b, p, d and q, letters look jumbled up and out of order, letters and words look bunched together, and so much more.