Sorry Serali. The last time I saw my own script was on an old history schoolbook. Over the title Dejepis (Slovak for History) I have written the same in my script. Unfortunately I think I might never see that book again since it was thrown in the furnace or is in a bag ready for next winter. I never wrote much in that script so I doubt there are any other place I could find it. And I have long forgotten how to write in it.
But here is the inscription on which I based my conscript so it's pretty much the same, except in my script the letters looked more like Latin and Cyrillic and were somewhat recognizable (I didn't have much imagination back then, I just made them look a lot fancy and complex):
It is suppose to be an inscription in a pre-Christian Slavic writing, although officially none have ever been attested (I beg to differ, plenty of it has been attested but that is not widely known).
Notice that the "vowels" (if they indeed are, but in a book I have where this inscription is described, how it was found, and where a "translation" is given) are written in a smaller form in the upper half of the line. They just look like small incisions, two or one vertical line, an upside down Y, etc.