Tuesday, December 31, 2002

Ozymandias Comments

Rating: 4.2

I met a traveller from an antique land
Who said: `Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. Near them, on the sand,
Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown,

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Percy Bysshe Shelley
COMMENTS
Sylvia Frances Chan 31 July 2021

Like all other fellow country men, the great poet is also rich of fantasy, amazing Sonnet!

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Robert Murray Smith 30 July 2021

My favourite.

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Chinedu Dike 17 August 2020

It's breathtakingly awesome — a masterful creation of the highest caliber. My all time favorite poem. I drew much inspiration from the piece while crafting my work MANDELA — THE IMMORTAL ICON.

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Bjpafa Meragente 18 June 2020

Ozymandias, round and decay. I mean, like many of my mind, we are fascinated with words and possible happenings, and nobody really cares about breakfast, although it may taste so exotic and tasteful. Words made patterns are our thing.

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Melissa 31 March 2020

Wonderful and interesting...............................

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Britte Ninad 04 February 2020

profound and poignant////////////////

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Solomon Senxer 14 September 2019

Whenever i hear the word " colossal, " I remember this poem! Just beautiful to read again and again...

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Ency Bearis 31 July 2019

This is what I called superb presentation, I love it.

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Marie O''Sullivan 28 July 2019

Wonderful poem...Had to learn it in College years ago...

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Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare The lone and level sands stretch far away

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Robert 16 April 2019

I rested a poetry book on my belly And found a poem by a guy called Shelly Realising my feet were smelly I put down the book and turned on the telly

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Mohammed Helal 22 June 2019

Great.....

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Rajnish Manga 27 February 2019

This is one of the finest poems ever read by me. So simple, yet so profound. Thanks.

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ranjeetkumar 27 December 2018

Mercy poem

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Tara Adams - DeVoy 25 December 2018

Who misspelt traveler? !

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Sreelakshmi Revikumar 30 November 2018

The reality of nothing is permanent is shown here. When the creations of ozymandias got destroyed, the pedestal with these words remained. It shows the everlasting power and nature of words. Poems and writings lasts long.

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Tara Adams-DeVoy 25 December 2018

Astute. Keen observation. I got the same, from this beloved and well-known poem.

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Under the Mercy 29 September 2018

Shelley was right about it all except one thing. ( Nothing beside remains) Before the image was made and after it lay in the sand, The Ancient of Days was and is here......

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Student 04 September 2018

is this the poem

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freds friend 26 July 2018

eh its no good i dont like it that much horace smith wrote a better poem

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Britte Ninad 04 June 2018

All great or small who came had to leave this world, the death touched them softly or crudely only their deeds tell us how they were

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Mohananc 14 May 2018

Glorious

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