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  1. Ozymandias expresses to us that possessions do not mean immortality

    Though in an opposite meaning than the king intended, "Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!" (11) becomes good advice because it comes to mean that despite all the power and might one acquires in the course of their life, material possessions will not last forever. In the end, the King's works are nothing, and the lines inscribed on his statue are a sermon to those who read it.

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