Percy Shelley: Poems

how does the statue of ozymandias look?

the poem ozymandias by percy Bysshe shelley

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The statue is broken apart yet one can still make out a face. The face looks like a great ruler at one time. Apparently this guy was once a big deal, "Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!', but really the statue is decayed and full of sand.