Lost Shelley poem execrating 'rank corruption' of ruling class made public | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Lost Shelley poem execrating 'rank corruption' of ruling class made public

An incendiary lost poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley, in which the young poet attacks the “cold advisers of yet colder kings” who “coolly sharpen misery’s sharpest fang … regardless of the poor man’s pang”, was made public for the first time in more than 200 years on Tuesday.

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