#ASonnetADay – The other “Ozymandias”! – GUEST SONNET No, not by Shelley.

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2 Responses to #ASonnetADay – The other “Ozymandias”! – GUEST SONNET No, not by Shelley.

  1. Suburbanbanshee says:

    Actually, though, there’s a whole palace that was under the sand. It’s pretty nice. Plaster and stuff, still.

  2. Grant M says:

    From this we can segue to Macauley’s New Zealander who finds London in ruins while the Papacy endures.
    (2 cents worth from a Kiwi.)

    Ps. Macauley was writing in 1840, the year that the Treaty of Waitangi opened NZ to British settlement. I wonder if he was influenced by Smith’s sonnet.

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